Sucralfate Tablets

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Sucralfate tablets

For esophagus and stomach problems ## May I melt the 1 gm Sucralfate tablets in milk or other drink other than water? ## My father uses sucralfate usp, he has got severe hicups. Please let me know the use of sucralfate usp in his prescription. ## Hi Vicki H,I also take sucralfate in same dosage you mentioned and i just take it whole with water,milk,juice or whatever i happen to be drinking at the time and have not had any problem so far.Hope this helps you ## I can't find a pharmacy that carries the Watson brand of Sucralfate anymore. Is it available anywhere? Can someone help me find it? ...

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Sucralfate Watson Blue Availability

Pharmacies in my area are no longer able to obtain the Watson 1 gm Sucralfate tablets. Has Watson discontinued their manufacture of this, or is it a distribution issue? I prefer their blue tablets, as they dissolve in water much easier than the white tablets from the other companies. ## Using TEVA Sucralfate 1 gm tablets as of Aug 28, 2017, and they dissolve quickly in water. TEVA on one side of tablet, 22 10 on the other. Hope this helps ...

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What liquid can one take Sucralfate with?

I started sucralfate 1 gram and because I have difficulty swallowing large tablets I cut it into 4 pieces. I wonder since I should not take it with food, can I take it with milk or juice? ## For the best results and dispersion in the body, it is always best to take a medication with a full, 8 ounce glass of water, unless your doctor or pharmacist has directed otherwise, according to FDA directions. The typical side effects of this medication are listed as possibly including drowsiness, seizures, diarrhea, dizziness, indigestion, and skin rash. Is there anything else I can help with? ## my mother is taking liquid suspension of Carafate she does not the taste and she is unable to swallow the pills she wants to mix it in with her ensure. Will it still be effective by her doing this ...

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For how long can you use daflon 500 mg

I have been using daflon 500 mg since March 25th 4 tablets twice a daily to cure hemorrhoids and I am feeling much better now but it seems I should continue using this medicine for complete cure. I am wondering for how long I should use it. Thanks for your reply ## Hello, I am working on Sucralfate. Anyone with similar interest? ## Daflon is actually a supplement given to help with such conditions, it is not, however, a medication. As such, there is no harm in its use, as long as you are not taking far too much and only your doctor could really advise you as to whether or not you should continue to use it for them. What has your doctor suggested? As to the Sucralfate, we do have a page with some information here: Are there any questions? ## medicine DAFLON 500 mg, is what for? and what ... ...

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HOW DO TAKE Iselpin CORRECTLY?

our doctor said that iselpin should be dissolved in water before taking (as in effervescent tabs) but literatures do not say so. what is the correct way? the tablet doesn't look like an effervescent one. how many forms does iselpin have? ## Iselpin contains the active ingredient Sucralfate and it is normally used to treat active ulcers. And yes, it does come in several forms and it sounds like you have the regular tablets, which are just intended to be swallowed orally. I'd suggest checking with your pharmacist, before using them, just to be certain. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Im taking Iselpin before lunch and before bedtime as prescribed by my doctor together with domperedone 3x a day and esomeprazole before breakfast and dinner for one month. Is it ok to ta... ...

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Sucralfate

Hi, I am working on Sucralfate. I am interested in ways and means to improve the palatability of Sucralfate preparations such as suspension or tablets. Anyone with similar interests? ...

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