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... The instructions provided on OTC Prevacid and Prilosec are primarily intended for treating mild, occasional acid reflux without the advice of a physician. ... (6 replies)
... with the Prilosec, not the hard tablet. Two doses of Prilosec are basically Nexium. Full prescription strength Prevacid is 30mg. The 15mg Prevacid was developed predominantly for ulcers and mild heartburn not GERD or EE. The 15mg Prevacid is practically worthless for a hiatal hernia and the mentioned. ... (6 replies)
... spital he told me to take a double dose of gaviscon. That did not help. Later that night went to hospital they said its acid reflux. They told me to start on Prilosec OTC and Prevacid. I did both. This went on for about a month. My doctor then said quit the Prilosec and continue with the Prevacid. So I did. ... (0 replies)

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... I have a Prevacid prescription but sometimes supplement with Prilosec OTC. I find the Prevacid to be a little better but there is not much in it for me. ... (4 replies)
... and some pain. He didn't even respond to it, and said to take a month of either Prilosec again or Prevacid. ... (4 replies)
... Prevacid is now over the counter too. My best friend took Prevacid for 90 days back when it was prescription only and it did nothing for her. She then switched to Prilosec and was amazed at the difference. ... (6 replies)
... For me personally, the Prevacid was far more effective than either Prilosec or Nexium. When the reflux gets out of control, I treat it very agressively. Prevacid in am, and before dinner, Zantac before bedtime, and antacids as needed. Also make sure you are not constipated, this just makes the reflux worse. ... (15 replies)
... For me I take 30mg of Prevacid twice a day. I take up to 300 mg of Zantac up to twice a day as needed. I also take reglan as needed. ... (41 replies)
... I think I'm going to try Prilosec. I've been taking Prevacid for a few days and keep getting chest pains. ... (6 replies)
... o this board and have two questions that I'm hoping someone might have answers to. First, I was wondering if anyone has experienced an increased heart rate from Prilosec or any of the other proton pump inhibitors? ... (1 replies)
... They may not be good long term but most doctors consider them less risky than the alternatives (not treating GERD or surgery). Lifestyle changes can definitely help but they can't actually cure GERD anymore than the PPIs can. (4 replies)
... The only OTC PPI is called Prilosec OTC but it has a very poor reputation for helping with LPR. ... (2 replies)
... about five years ago I started on celxa, an antidepressant, then I developed gerd, which was either a side effect of celexa or the anxiety I had at the time, and have been on prilosec or prevacid ever since. ... (4 replies)
... do you currently use Prevacid or Prilosec? ... (4 replies)
... symptoms of LPR ..silent reflux. I too have shortness of breath, and similar symptoms as you. I'll tell you what the doctor would do, recommend a PPi such as Prilosec or Prevacid and see if it helps. This is what my doctor first suggested when I went in with my chest pains etc. ... (1 replies)
... After eating, I have to clear my throat for about 20 minutes. This irritates it, and it feels sore. I also cough. Especially if something is fatty or oily. ... (0 replies)
... C is good, or even Air Borne, chewable vitamins or whatever. ... (28 replies)
... Try elevating your head on a wedge or with blocks under the bed. Also OTC Prilosec is better than nothing until you get to a doctor. Hopefully your doctor will agree and put you on Nexium or Prevacid. ... (4 replies)
... just buy some otc prilosec or prevacid, they will work better or maybe try zantac 150 mg. it is stronger than pepcid which is 10 mg and for some people it works better than pepcid, including me :) (3 replies)

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