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... uated. Of course, the ENT said I have GERD and just need to go back to the Gastro doctor. Ok, so I saw the gastro doctor 3 months ago, and he put me on Nexium, 80 MG per day, for 3 months and told me to come back after that. ... (68 replies)
... Dalgolds, Have you done Nexium 80 mg per day (2 doses)? If so, have you taken them together, or split them up one in the morning one at night? I have severe LPR, and I found that only taking the pills as a double dose at the same time in the morning helped, and helped amazingly well. Splitting them up would lead to a return of symptoms. (14 replies)
... I was diagnosed with GERD in 2008 and have been on one Aciphex 20 mg per day since then. ... (55 replies)

... When I reference "high dose" it really depends on which PPI I was on. I've been on them all over the years. With Prevacid it was 60 mg. per day, with Nexium it was 80 mg. per day, currently I'm on 60 mg. Dexilant per day which has been my regimine for the last several years. ... (8 replies)
... ergist, but after multiple tests it showed I had zero allergies. Additionally, I have been taking the highest dosage of Nexium, Achiphex, Protonix available...80 mg per day. I'm just concerned that I've run out of options. ... (14 replies)
... AD Grant, you are right that 20 mg is the equivalent dosage to 40 mg Nexium. ... (14 replies)
... I had been on Nexium 1x per day for about 4 months before being diagnosed specifically with LPR. I had no relief from the 40 mg per day. ... (12 replies)
... If 40 mg of Protonix do not work, switch to Nexium. ... (8 replies)
... IBS and not due to taking Nexium or the tailing off Nexium? ... (13 replies)
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... couldn't sleep more than a couple hours per night... ... (19 replies)
... Do you have to take the two doses for an extended period of time, or is it just a month or two? The reason I ask is because I was just recently diagnosed with LPR, and I am taking one 40mg protonix in the morning. Should I also take one in the evening? Thanks. (4 replies)
... you need 2 doses a day of a PPI, not 1 dose. 1 dose helps GERD, 2 doses takes care of LPR. ... (4 replies)
... and they cleared up in 30 minutes of taking that double dose. I've been on Nexium 2x per day now for almost 4 years with excellent relief. ... (4 replies)
... A 20mg Prilosec is equivalent in dose to a 40mg Nexium so your numbers are a little off. ... (14 replies)
... he reason you may not have experienced that much relief may be that you weren't taking enough Nexium. The standard treatment for treating LPR is 2 doses of a 40 mg PPI per day, for a total of 80 mg. GERD can usually be treated with 1 dose. ... (14 replies)
... What you need to start with, is changing your meds regimen to the standard LPR regimen of 2 doses of a PPI per day. For me, that is 2 40mg Nexiums, for a total of 80 mg a day. I take them together first thing in the morning, then wait 30 minutes before eating. ... (23 replies)
... The ENT doctor looks at the larynx and sees a red streak, the patient's cold having just ended. The doctor immediately prescribes 6 months of 80 mg of nexium per day. ... (91 replies)
... I've been on Nexium for 2 months. I felt a little "funny" in my stomach area the first day or two but that quickly passed. I am on one 40 mg tablet per day, and can take two, if needed. I find if I take a second one, my eyes become really dry, irritated and red so I try to limit myself to just the one per day. ... (1 replies)
... ent in these products is a compound called "Ranitidine". These pills are quite safe, and for treating chronic GERD, it is recommended that you take at least 150 mg per dose. The standard dose is 75 mg, but that' s for dealing with only occasional heartburn. Many people need to take up to 300 mg at a time to deal with GERD. ... (5 replies)

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