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... Can someone tell me the difference between nexium and prevacid? ... (1 replies)
... Nexium and Prevacid and Protonix, etc. ... (7 replies)
Oct 15, 2013
... Ok, so it's been 9 days so far on just the Zantac 150 3 times a day. Had a pretty good day yesterday but still felt the acid. Today has been ok, haven't had the acid in my throat or the back of my mouth until I sucked on a butter rum lifesaver, bad thing to do. I can feel it now but not like it has been. ... (25 replies)

... I to have had the same issues for years also my dr also suggest surgery but I have put that off for three years now. There are several surgeries available check them out carefully have you tried all the medications out there ? ... (1 replies)
... Often folks just keep trying other PPI's until something works for them once one stops working. I found Nexium and Prevacid didn't do as much as plain old Pepcid for me, Omeprazole worked to some degree but I had dizziness from it and again needed to supplement with Pepcid. ... (14 replies)
... I dont think it's the Prilosec causing your problem. It's more likely your Acid Reflux and the prilosec is not helping it. ... (4 replies)
... What you're explaining is exactly the same thing that I started out with and got very worried since I had never experienced this. It's all related to acid reflux. ... (5 replies)
... Sorry for your trip to the ER and feeling your throat close in on you. ... (110 replies)
... Good luck with the Teva generic. I am definitely interested how you do on that. Our bodies are very mysterious how they respond to these things though. ... (17 replies)
... I'm right there with you. I've been officially diagnosed with reflux for about 5 years. I can honestly say that I've had ups and downs during this time. ... (40 replies)
... Essentially they all are the same, all a form of omeprazole. Just in case I can't find the story what was th reasons doctors wouldn't take Nexium, etc.? ... (9 replies)
Nexium questions
Apr 24, 2008
... I took the ACV for reducing inflammation and to help with my cholesterol levels. That, combined with my meds, exercise and other measures seemed to have helped. I did amazingly well for a while. As more medications were added or changed, my labs started to be affected. ... (14 replies)
... Well, probiotics can cause gas in the beginning. I would guess it depends on the person. In my case I can't eat yogurt because it is a milk product and it gives me gas. ... (12 replies)
... I got the GERD part under control with Prevacid in the beginning, which was 10 yrs ago. The LPR part is what I can't get rid off or control for that matter. I was told Nexium is the strongest but PPI's are supposed to do about the same thing. ... (8 replies)
... I've followed about the same route you have in as far as acid reflux problems and breathing problems. It's quite common. Same as with PPI's. Seems we're all different and what works for one, doesn't another. ... (3 replies)
... Prilosec and Nexium have the same active ingredient. You'd be better off taking one of the other twice a day than spliting it, though I suppose it really doesn't make a difference, but why would you want to take 2 different drugs? ... (5 replies)
... My Dr said Nexium was okay during pregnancy. I don't understand why your doc would say Prevacid or Prilosec instead... ... (7 replies)
... e had it this long, I'm really surprised you haven't received proper medical treatment for it. Especially because you have begun developing laryngeal symptoms in the last 2 weeks. This is not a good thing and can make it more difficult to treat. ... (5 replies)
... Good luck and please let us know what happens. ... (5 replies)
... came on quite suddenly and has been a very depressing thing for me as I love spicy foods, beer, etc. ... (0 replies)

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