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... It can be really hard, sometimes impossible to quite cold turkey which is why so many people have to wean off. ... (1 replies)
... I am just the same. I feel terrible on the ppi's and even worse off them. I have the manometry and 24 hr ph test in the morning. I didn't sleep a wink last night for pain in chest (heartburn and severe almost colic pain in chest) Won't sleep tonight for FEAR of morning :(((((((( (9 replies)
... day 7 off of PPIs cold turkey and so much burn! The chest pain I had lately on PPIs has been replaced by just bad, typical "heartburn". My throat is also getting sore. I hate this. ... (9 replies)

... Do not stop taking any PPI cold turkey. ... (11 replies)
... I think this is a very sound step down approach to PPI withdrawal. I stopped the Aciphex cold turkey because I was so freaked out by the DEXA scan results that showed I had gone from normal bone density to advanced osteopenia on both hips. ... (113 replies)
... for me, the long that I take them the more symptoms and side effects I have, so I just stop cold turkey, and when I went back to the doctor and told him that the ppi is not good for me, he told me that there was not nothing he could do for me, so I am not taking the nexium and I am not going back to him. ... (5 replies)
... Hello there, I stopped the protonix on December after taking it for 2 years, 2 per day, 40mg each. I stopped cold turkey so I'm still dealing with the acid rebound which is horrible and now I have many more problems but now I am taking natural remedies and I have faith that they will really help me. If you want to avoid the horrible acid rebound you should start by lowering... (10 replies)
... and Im not a candidate for the calcium channel blocker as I have low blood pressure, and I dont want to take a antidepressent either. So I stopped the Prevacid cold turkey and did feel alot of burning in the stomach and sternum, but it was tolerable with the help of antacids. My problem started day 5... ... (4 replies)
... Reduce your PPI to 20mg per day of Prilosec, nexium, or the equivalent of the other PPI's. Stay on 20mg for 2 weeks if you have been on a higher dose. ... (113 replies)
... Okay...time to start over again... I went to see a Gastroenterologist at a University Hospital in which he spent over an hour talking to me about my situation and how I should deal with it. He prescribed me: PPI - Omeprazole 20mg Prokinetic Agent - Mosapride citrate hydrate Tense Muscle/Anxiety reliever - tandospirone for a period of 21 days. (11 replies)
... Hello everyone. Day seventeen update: I’m sorry to announce, last night, I did the deed & took a 300mg ranitidine. I have been so miserable and living in constant fear an anxiety I just thought I’d put myself out my misery and take one. I’ve been reading too many horror stories about people developing stomach ulcers and then the ulcers exploding and people dying from... (23 replies)
... osec twice a day. After no luck with this I switched gastro doctors and the new doc said it was due to stress and told me to stop them all. Well after stopping cold turkey I felt good until about 10 days and then the severe acid rebound hit. ... (10 replies)
... I quit Aciphex cold turkey about a week ago. Been taking Zantac 300 mg twice a day since then. ... (10 replies)
... What are the risks quitting cold turkey or should I reduce my dosage for a certain period? ... (5 replies)
... I thought it takes a few days to lower the level of PPI in the blood? ... (9 replies)
... scott, like i said before, you may be pleasantly surprised that you don't need ppi's anymore. think positive my friend!!! Keep us posted. (9 replies)
... for one week until I have the impedence test. Today was my first day not taking a PPI in probably 5 years (save a few days I forgot it). Im really nervous Im gonna start to feel awful which obviously doesn't help. I need support to make it through the week! (9 replies)
... I think the consensus is to NOT get off the PPI's cold turkey. I almost did that and have suffered a lot. I tapered off a bit and then went from the PPI to Zantac and experienced a heck of a rebound. ... (110 replies)
... cers for 10 years. Zantac first, then quickly to Aciphex. I've been taking 20mg Aciphex per day for about 8 or 9 years. January of this year, I decided to go cold turkey after reading about the long term effects of PPI's. Before I started taking these meds, I never had heartburn... ... (8 replies)
... same experience here. PPI didnt help much, when I stopped them few years back, it was a relief ! ... (24 replies)


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