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... Here's where I get on my orange box for a little rant:) I think they're a mixed blessing. Useful to heal ulcers and severe Gastritis and essential for people with Barratts Oesophagus The oesophagus is not meant to be bathed in acid/bile, and in some people it can cause cell changes that may turn into cancer. Such people need the medication and should ensure they get enough... (5 replies)
GERD & weight loss
Sep 16, 2016
... dose for a while. Don't quit cold turkey. ... (1 replies)
Blue cheese???
Apr 7, 2016
... Please don't do 'cold turkey' Before an endoscopy I was told not to take my PPI for 10 days The endoscopy showed Gastritis and Duodenitis and it was awful...gnawing pain, bloating and nausea I totally blame rebound acid reflux I had to double my PPI dose to heal the damage But I am off them now. I did it over a period of 2 months. Opening the capsule and taking less and... (7 replies)

... Just wanted to say anyone wanting to come off PPI'S because of the side effects please do NOT do it cold turkey. Wean off slowly. ... (13 replies)
... I have got myself off PPI'S a couple of times. The first time I had to do it cold turkey as I was told no tablets 10 days prior to an endoscopy.... ... (7 replies)
... I would never go off PPI's cold turkey. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I quit taking Prilosec cold turkey two months ago for other health reasons. I have been on PPI's for over 15 years. The rebound just started to get bad a week ago and not immediately. ... (206 replies)
... Ladies I must apologise for not being on here to support you all lately, I have been without internet access. But I am back now. I have just sat and read through ALL of your posts, I see we have some new comers trying to stop PPI's. And I see you are all providing such great support to each other. I know this board has helped me not to touch the PPI's again, I have been cold... (206 replies)
... some people take zantac or similar in order to be able to stop taking PPIs. This will help you be able to stop the PPI but H2 blockers have their own problems and actually hold up the process of your body getting back to normal. ... (5 replies)
... I do not want to be on the PPI nor H2 blocker for the rest of my life but not sure what to do... ... (4 replies)
... other sort of acid reducer unless I use natural stuff from the health food store. I am sorry BecPPIhater that you are still struggling. You were very brave to go cold turkey. I know I could not have done that as I have tried many times to alternate days or switch to Famotidine and nothing has worked. ... (206 replies)
... es where I have to burp continuously also which is weird. My burning issues calmed down a lot when I took myself off the PPI....but I'm telling you....if u quit cold turkey like I did...expect some horrible burning for about a week or so....ur body has to adjust. Maybe weaning yourself off would work better for u. ... (31 replies)
... Hi, I am sorry that you are suffering from GERD!!! My Mother took Prilosec et al. for 25 years......she died last year, still thinking that she had GERD. My Mother inherited a LONG life: her mother was 94 at her death and her father's THREE sisters have all lived into their 90's, one of them just turned 101!!!! My Mother died at 79 after suffering with horrible stomach... (6 replies)
... I'm using 300mg at night and 150mg in morning. i usually use 150mg twice but the ppi is making me can't handle the pain so i doubled up at night. ... (4 replies)
... I just went off of them cold turkey for the testings since I couldn't supplement with other things. While I continued having symptoms a few of the times, I never had the "rebound" effect. ... (7 replies)
... Warning!!! I'm anti-PPI but please read anyway.... I'm not as young as you but I started on this road when I was about 31 (I'm now 42). I've been on PPI's for 10 years before I quite cold turkey last August (after a normal EGD). I'm seeing a Naturopathic Doctor to try to get to the root of my problem. I've had food sensitivity testing and I'm currently eliminating A LOT... (25 replies)
... Have you gone cold turkey on PPI's? ... (9 replies)
... Did you switch to less potent medication such as an H2 blocker during your weaning off periods, or did you go at it cold turkey? ... (15 replies)
... start working again by dropping the PPI and the GI system is no longer used to much acid being around. This can cause irritation, and I'm sure gas is possible, too. ... (2 replies)
... I was cold and clammy and extremely dehydrated. ... (1 replies)

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