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sompraz d 40 mg

Why is this medicine used? ## details regarding sompraz D 40 mg its uses and side effects ## Sompraz D contains 30mgs of Domperidone and 40mgs of Esomaprazole, it is used to help prevent nausea and vomiting and treat conditions such as heartburn, GERD and ulcers. Side effects may include: drowsiness, dizziness, diarrhea and flatulence. Do you have any other questions? ## the time duration for which the drug should be taken, Sompraz D 40 ## desperatley need help regarding this tablet sompraz40mg, my mom has major acidity issues some times she feels burning sensation in her body and some time she use to not even sleep. we consulted a gas specialist doctor so he told my mom to have sompraz40mg 1 tablet in the morning before food and 1 tablet in the night before dinnner and he also said to ... ...

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morease sr

about irritable bowel syndrome ## morease sr drug uses and side effects ## i am facing Abdomen problem last five year Iam feeling in abdomen for gone to 3 or 4 time toilet ut abdomen is not clea ## having morease sr two times a day. I have confusion whether I have to use before meal or after meal. Pls advice me. ## Iam suffering frm IBS for last 5 years after CA-RECTUM post operation. DRadvised me sompraz l and Morease SR one tablet daily.for two weeks. Iam feeling weakness, drowsiness and depression during medication. Also I need to go 5 t0 7 times to toilet some time .I also feel consttipation or loose motion some time. There is also abdominal mild cramps in between. I also feeling nausa and less appetiteT.his is chronic.This medication gives me relief temporarily. pl advise how long ... ...

Updated in Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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