Pantocid 40 Mg Side Effects

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Pantocid 40 Mg Side Effects

How long does the side effect last of the drowsiness. The tablet make me very sleepy ## Pantocid contains the active ingredient Pantoprazole, which is a proton pump inhibitor that's most commonly used to help reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach. Learn more Pantoprazole details here. And it can cause some minor drowsiness, as a side effect, but it is very unusual for it to be that severe. What time of day are you taking it? Do you also take any other medications? ## My wife take t.pantocid 40 mg tablet for gas trouble .any side effect for this medicine ...

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pantocid 40 mg side effects AND effects

i m taking pancid 40 since last two years regularly daily in the morning in the endoscopy hitus hernia has been showed plz tell me whether i have to take this medicine throughout my life will it create any side effect ## Hi, Rahul! Yes, medications like this are commonly used to treat it, to prevent the acid from refluxing and damaging the esophagus. But long-term use creates an elevated risk of hip fractures. Learn more Pantocid details here. However, another treatment option for a permanent solution would be surgery. What has your doctor advised? ...

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effects pantocid fast 40 mg

half an hour before food in the morning ## i am taking one tab before breakfast. please tell me what for we are using pantocid. please send me your feedback. ## Pantocid is most commonly used to treat Gastro-esophageal reflux disease. ## what would be the difference between a drug of 10mg, 20mg, 40mg and 80mg... please elaborate ## ek het 'n week terug cilift gelos en wil weet wat die onttrekking simptome kan wees want ek voel eintlik baie goed. ...

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pantocid 40 mg side effects using longer term

My age 35 years male, Am using pantocid 40mg from past 7 years weekly twice , will it be a problem? If I continue further ? What would be a permanent solution ? Any alternative treatment. Pls advise me :-( ## Hello, Ketty! How are you? Long term use of these medications can increase the risk of hip fractures, but it is must more prevalent in the elderly. Only you and your doctor can decide how long it will be safe for you to take it. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain and flatulence. Are you on any other medications? ## Hi Vereon, Thanks for reply. Am using nosal spray for nose block relief ( furamist) . Only these am using from so long. Is there any permanent solution for chest burn . So thati can stop pentacid. ...

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Pantocid 40 Mg

My wife takes pantocid 40 but refuses to take these when the talet formulation includes 10 mg domperidone. Does this alter the effect or is domperidone essential for drug effectiveness? Thank you. ## Pantocid contains the active ingredient Pantoprazole, which is a proton pump inhibitor that is used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach, to treat or prevent conditions such as ulcers, GERD, heartburn and gastritis. It is effective by itself and doesn't need the Domperidone to work. It is just sometimes added to some of the medications to add its effects in, since it is also used to treat similar conditions. However, by taking just one medication and not a combination product, she risks less side effects, such as nausea, stomach pain, dizziness and flatulence. Learn more... ...

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Tab Pantocid 40 mg

generic name of pantocid tablet ## The active ingredient in Pantocid is Pantoprazole, it is a proton pump inhibitor that helps reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach, to treat conditions such as heartburn, GERD, ulcers and gastritis. Side effects may include: dizziness, drowsiness, stomach pain and funny taste in mouth. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## Is there a cheaper alternative to Pantocid 40 mg. I have been advised by my Docter to take for 6 months but very expensive ## Hi sir/ ma; m. I always goes decision less., angry.. When ever use such medicines.... Like pantosid., pan 40,rab D, eno.... Dontknow why its happens to me.... And i taking anti depressent medicines from manu years.......i wants to know why oy jappens to me.....or if there is any alterna... ...

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side effect of taking tablet pantocid 40mg

what is the side effect for taking pantocid 40mg tablet ## Pantocid contains the active ingredient Pantoprazole, it is used to treat conditions such as heart burn and GERD. Side effects may include: dizziness, drowsiness and funny taste in mouth. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## does it give mild stomach pain in prolonged usage ## i am taking one tab each in morning and in evening . i had gi bleed.i have itching in the upper torso.is it due to pentocid 40. ## is it safe to take pantocid 40mg lifelong ## my doctor has suggested me to take pan 40 one hour before food daily.will it cause any sideaffects due to daily usage? ## Pantocid 40 takeing lifelong is safe or not ## If you are able to bear the pain and if Dr prescribed following tablets 1 Zupar 2 Pentocid 40 mg 3. Trika... ...

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When to take pantocid 40 mg

Now do you take the tablet before meals or after meals. I am a diabetic and allergic to salt. my doctor said they cannot operate, as he cannot fix my hernia. It is to deep. ## It should be taken with a meal, basically just as you are sitting down to eat, that way it has the time to start working, when you are digesting your food. This medication contains the active ingredient Pantoprazole, it helps reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, stomach pain, dizziness, and flatulence. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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pantop d side effects and alternatives

My mother is of age 68 years and has been taking pantocid(40 mgs) for past 6 years , (twice or thrice in a week). Because she gets burning in throat / chest. Some times the liquid came out from her nose also. Now she is daily taking Pantop-D (40mg). As she feels above symptoms almost daily / alternate day. We are worried about side effects. Can there be some better alternative. She is also having BP and high cholesterol. And takes BP medicines two times and cholesterol medicine one time. She takes almost normal vegetarian food with normal spices (lesser side). ## Pantop-D contains Domperidone and Pantoprazole and it is commonly used, long-term to treat such conditions. The reason they want her to use it everyday is to try to help prevent the acid reflux that she is experiencing and heal... ...

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pan d is taken before food or after

I have pan d 40 mg and I'm 21 years old. Please advise me on how to take pan d. Is it supposed to be taken before food or after? Also, is Pan-d and pantoprazole and domperidone the same or different? ## Hello, Mickey! How are you? Yes, they are the same, one is just a name brand for a medication that contains the active ingredients Pantoprazole and Domperidone. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects for this class of medications as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence and stomach pain. It should be taken on an empty stomach, just before a meal. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Should pan d tablets be taken before food or after? How long should Pantocid be taken? Also, is Pantocid along with Domperidon safe to take twice daily or not? ## Can you a... ...

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Aztor F

I have been prescribed Aztor F(10/145) by my cardiologist alongwith other medicines like Deplatt 75 mg(OD); ecosprin 150 mg(OD), corbis 2.5 mg(OD); Ramistar 5 mg OD; glyciphase 500 mg BD, pantocid 40 mg. I have not been able to find detailed information about Aztor F(10/145) either on the net or on discussion forum. The medicine is also not commonly available with chemists. Can any one tell me about the second salt (apart from Atorvastatin) contained in the medicine and what are its properties.combination of salts contained in this ## My total cholesterol is 245mg/dl.triglycerudes 318 mg/dl.hdl is 45mg/dl.and ldl 136mg/dl. My question is that should I be worry with above reports. ## Aztor F contains Atorvastatin, and Fenofibrate. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly includ... ...

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I want to know the differences in the medicine I took before and now...or if they same?

Hi, Sir/Madam Recently, I have had paralysis affect and I was unable to walk properly by one leg though able to walk. I went to doctor in another state and he prescribed me medicine of certain company. Now, when I changed my state and went to another doctor he prescribed me some different named medicine. After cosuming for 5 days, I loose my appetite, I belched/burp like eating some food I do and felt bit dizziness sometimes and the leg that was affected is fine but in another leg I feel there is some problem as I got in another leg before. Plz help and reply asap....thanks!!! Medicines I took before 1. Strocit 500 mg 2. Pantocid 40 mg 3. Fibator 10 mg 4. Glimi M2 5. Clopilet 150mg Medicines I took now where I see some negative side effects: 1. Metformin 500 2. Citicoline(Cgcoline-500) 3. ...

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using pantocid 40 mg side effectsq

I am using past one month pantocid 40mg daily morning and night before food.this month I missed my regular period system. I am having dought It is happen using this tablets , please clearify. ...

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Effects of pantocid

Felling nauseated despite taking ondem 10 mg twice a day and plane pentocid 40 mg before breakfast in the morning and pentocid DSR 40 mg that contains donperidon 30 mg at night before dinner ...

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