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... Well, after calming down from a flare up from taking vitamin D3 and feeling super good, I have made the decision that I must try to get off of Nexium. ... (7 replies)
... I'm stopping them today. I had been tapering off, first by reducing my dose from 20 to 15 mg per day for three weeks and then 15 to 10 mg per day. But these side effects cropped up a few days ago and convinced me I just need to stop taking them, period. ... (7 replies)
... that you think you should go to the hospital or something? ... (2 replies)

... so GI doc switched me to Pepcid and Zantac, sucralfate, etc which helped a little for awhile. About six months ago developed asthma which may be due to silent acid reflux. ... (2 replies)
... but then experienced another fairly intense episode of heartburn about two months ago or so. I tried to go back to the Aciphex, and also tried Prilosec and Nexium, and none worked too well. ... (12 replies)
... so you would recommend me getting off prilosec and starting Zantac? ... (4 replies)
... My 5 year old son's level was tested and came back at 32.8. ... (20 replies)
Any ideas?
Mar 2, 2012
... GERD lately, and my Doc scripted me for Zantac on top of the Prilosec that I already started taking on my own. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I really need some help, I have a lot of chest burning from taking too much ibuprofen for my endometriosi pain and now looks like I'm having a lot of side effects from all PPIs. ... (2 replies)
... years ago I got pain in my upper right quadrant that spread to my shoulder blade and down my side, nausea, heartburn, fever...doctor was positive I had a gall bladder infection. Ultrasound showed no stones. ... (24 replies)
... Let me state right off that my main problem was NOT heartburn, but LPR. As you know, the acid in this case comes all the way up into the throat and causes serious issues with being able to speak in a normal and strong voice. ... (2 replies)
... I feel your pain as someone who never had any reflux symptoms until about four years ago and then, out of the blue, have experienced them since. ... (38 replies)
... or a similar medicine. It should be available OTC in any drugstore for low cost. If that's not strong enough, talk to your doctor about other PPIs. ... (3 replies)
... i've been in a vicious cycle since i started taking PPIs. if someone can read my case and tell me what i'm doing wrong... ... (1 replies)
... It seems to me that your issue may be that undigested food is entering into your small intestine and when this happens the bodies response is to create extra amounts of acid to break this down. This extra acid is then blocked and has no where to go but back up. ... (1 replies)
... in half and take half of a tablet every day for 2 weeks, then try half of a tablet every other day for at least 2 weeks. ... (8 replies)
... You seem to be pretty knowledgeable on this stuff. I am on PPI's currently on 40 mg Protonix every other day and taking 150 mg Zantac the other day, as I am trying to wean off of these PPI's. ... (20 replies)
... He advises tapering off by getting PPI pills such as Prilosec which can be cut. Start by cutting the tablets in half and take half of a tablet every day for 2 weeks, then try half of a tablet every other day for at least 2 weeks. ... (14 replies)
... ie for posting this. I wish I had had that information back in January when I stopped the Aciphex. I tried to taper off but my tapering off was nothing like this and I ended up experiencing pretty bad rebound for three entire months. This seems like a much better way to deal with the potential rebound effect. ... (14 replies)
... He advises tapering off by getting PPI pills such as Prilosec which can be cut. Start by cutting the tablets in half and take half of a tablet every day for 2 weeks, then try half of a tablet every other day for at least 2 weeks. ... (14 replies)




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