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... real phenomenon. I shudder when I think how misinformed many doctors still appear to be in spite of the mounting evidence that acid rebound can take months to work itself through. I was not a well informed consumer when I began to take Aciphex three years ago. ... (113 replies)
... e my normal life without symptoms of heartburn, nausea, pain, etc. I felt I was the most fortunate person on earth, and went on about my business. I was told the Aciphex was safe and I could continue to take it indefinitely. ... (110 replies)
... We have similar stories, except that I was on Aciphex for only three years. I thought Aciphex was a wonder drug. Once I was put on it, I could eat and drink anything and everything I wanted with no reflux or heartburn whatsoever. ... (110 replies)

... ly subside, it has taken almost two entire months for me to go for three entire days without experiencing heartburn or some other gastric symptom. I took my last Aciphex on January 20th or so. ... (110 replies)
... I took Aciphex for nearly three years and it was very, very effective in cutting back reflux for me. I was completely or nearly completely asymptomatic. ... (110 replies)
... I'll try to make a long story short. I've been on Aciphex for about 10 years!!! I was so naive and let them keep prescribing this for years before I did a little research myself and found out what you all already know. ... (110 replies)
... In my research, I also read about the acid rebound so I knew what to expect. ... (110 replies)
... It's encouraging to see you have been having decent days but I feel for you when you have those horrible ones. If we could only know for sure that this is the rebound and this, too will pass. I wonder if the rebound takes longer than 3 months. ... (110 replies)
... the Aciphex. I did not get much support from my family doctor who suggested I try Pepcid as a substitute, but said good luck and gave me another prescription for Aciphex anyway. ... (110 replies)
... This is the end of my third week off Aciphex and on Zantac in my efforts to wean myself off the PPI's. I am still having a hard time. Some days are better than others. ... (110 replies)
... In hindsight, I have to say that it took longer than two months for the rebound to go away. At first it was unbearable, and I spent most of my waking hours dealing with it. ... (113 replies)
... In hindsight, I have to say that it took longer than two months for the rebound to go away. At first it was unbearable, and I spent most of my waking hours dealing with it. ... (14 replies)
... From what I have read, acid rebound can take up to three months and sometimes longer for some people. ... (110 replies)
... I could not have stayed off the Aciphex without some other type of medication to ease the rebound. ... (110 replies)
... a visit to the Gyno doctor on December 22nd and my visit to the general practicioner January 24th. I explained to my family doctor then my intention to stop the Aciphex in efforts to slow down or stop the calcium malabsorption. She was not too enthusiastic but told me I could try Pepcid AC twice a day instead of the Aciphex. ... (110 replies)
... and effective drugs, but I am convinced they are not supposed to be for long term use. Doctors also need to tell their patients of the potential side effects and rebound phenomenon so that patients can make a more informed decision regarding whether or not the symptoms are "worth" the remedy and its potential side effects. ... (113 replies)
... and that didn't seem to work. Although, thinking back I think it did. Anyway, my GP got my insurance to fill the Aciphex and now I'm back on it. ... (110 replies)
... I am still off the Aciphex and on 150 mg of Zantac twice per day. the rebound is slowly going away. I can tell because I am now requiring less over the counter emergency Gaviscon or Tumms. ... (110 replies)
... Yes, It is very important, and I can't stress this enough, research every single medication you take/are planning to take. Don't count on doctors to do it for you. Doctors get a financial kickback from prescribing certain drugs, so even though a natural one may do the job more efficiently, they will be naysayers, as their allegiance is to big pharma. Well, I shouldn't say all... (110 replies)
... I have good days and bad days on Zantac. I don't know at this point how much of what I am experiencing is still rebound and how much is just my GERD. ... (110 replies)

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