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... ton pump inhibitor. It is itself a fairly new drug, but it is almost identical to Prilosec, and drug that has been on the market for many years and proven to be safe long term. ... (56 replies)
... Some people complain of hair loss with long term H2 blocker use, but those side effects appear to occur only to very few people. ... (4 replies)
What Else to Try?
Jan 13, 2016
... Thanks ladybud. I doing all you mentioned except taking 300 Zantac and Reglan. I will ask about 300 Zantac. ... (7 replies)

... Both PrilosecOTC and Zantac are very effective (although no medication works the same for everyone). You don't need to take either one for two weeks to see an improvement, but it may take that long before they start to improve some of the long-term symptoms of acid reflux. Zantac is very fast acting and starts to help with some symptoms in a few hours while Prilosec may take... (7 replies)
... As far as long term use, I'm not sure. I only use it for about a month at a time when I have flare ups. Hopefully I'm on the downhill side of a bad case. ... (6 replies)
... that it was a safe medication to take long term. ... (113 replies)
... ve 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. I took Zantac round the clock and tried a lot of alternative methods, including Apple Cider Vinegar and many other remedies you have seen chronicled here. ... (113 replies)
... At week four, I think it is safe to say that you are still going to experience quite a bit of burning. ... (110 replies)
... 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. Therefore, for two years my PCP refilled my prescription and I faithfully took the medicine without a worry. ... (110 replies)
... Long term PPI use is a life saver for some people. ... (19 replies)
... More studies are now coming out with the conclusion that long term use of PPI's is not safe or as safe as previously thought. ... (4 replies)
... free, but I hope the H2 blockers may be safer than the PPI's for me to use long term if I have to be on something. ... (110 replies)
... If the rebound is not that bad as in John's case, then all the better. But, given what I have read, it is more likely than not that a person who has taken a PPI long term is going to experience some type of rebound that may lead him or her to run back to the PPI in a few days if not prepared for the rebound. ... (14 replies)
... ve 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. I took Zantac round the clock and tried a lot of alternative methods, including Apple Cider Vinegar and many other remedies you have seen chronicled here. ... (14 replies)
... Because I trusted doctors, I took them and kept taking them. I even questioned my GP on two separate occasions about the effects and he told me that they were safe to take long term. Knowing what I know now about these pills and the long term effects, I would have not just jumped right into it. ... (24 replies)
... it is a safe and natural remedy against these sort of viruses as it contains natural colloidal minerals, safe i. ... (7 replies)
... yoga, meditation, accupuncture, and was thinking of downgrading from Protonix to Zantac soon. So perhaps I'll stay on the Protonix a bit longer, but a year is too long and unacceptable. I don't want to be stuck on them. ... (24 replies)
... related stomach distress and they started me on Zantac, then switched me to Aciphex. I even questioned two different doctors about not being on them long term and they both said the same thing..."No, they are safe to take indefinitely". ... (27 replies)
... upper back pain, hair loss, and depression. I never thought my guaranteed safe medication could be causing all this. I immediately called my gastro and scheduled an appointment. ... (1 replies)


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