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... article saying that PPI's do not inhibit absorption of iron then the next clearly does. I think that there are a couple of KEY things to remember when discussing PPI's. ... (7 replies)
... Ferrous Sulfate is an iron salt and it will interfere with absorption while on a PPI, Proton Pump Inhibitor, i.e. Prilosec. ... (11 replies)
... a proton pump inhibitor which reduces the production of stomach acid, is said to interfere with the absorption of dietary iron. ... (7 replies)

... My doctor suggested I take the PPI in the evening to avoid coughing and choking at night. ... (7 replies)
... I was lucky because I just eliminated spicy and fatty foods for a long time that seemed to clear up the chronic heartburn and the irritation it caused. Also, I think one of the smartest things I did was put the head of my bed on bricks (about 5 inches taller) and that stopped my issues almost completely! Such a simple idea! Now I only occasionally get some heartburn and... (5 replies)
... a question. I take Prilosec but I also take a women's daily multivitamin. It lists the iron as Ferrous Fumarate. Does anyone know if my Prilosec would prevent absorption of it? ... (11 replies)
... he said I just need to worry about the absorption of my Calcium because you could wind up with osteoporosis. ... (11 replies)
... y GI suspects they may hamper absorption. There is a small piece of literature on the internet that proves that people did not absorb supplemental iron while on PPI but once the PPI was removed, iron absorption occurred. So, during all this time, I have been on the PPI. ... (8 replies)
... I would wait for your doctors guidance as to what course of action to take and not begin anything until prescribed. Iron should be taken 1 hr before or 2 hrs after a meal and 2 hrs apart from PPI's. If taken with food absorption is decreased by up to 50-66%. Also, 3 hrs apart from any calcium supplements. PPI (Protonix, Nexium, Zegrid, Kapadex and such) decrease... (20 replies)
... If you are Hypo Thyroid this can cause heavy bleeding and a decreased production of acid in your stomach in addition to the PPI. Taking PPI'S can inhibit the absorption as you already know. My Hemo Doc said that it does not STOP the absorption for what that is worth? ... (4 replies)
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Oct 21, 2008
... without any other foods may also help. As you know, meat is the highest rate of absorption, but when eating meat if you add 75mgs of Vit C it can increase the absorption rate of heme iron 6 fold. So, this is where I am at and what I am also working on. I will see in a couple of weeks if this is working for me. ... (8 replies)
... FOODS THAT BUILD IRON! When combining certain foods you can increase absorption i.e., a salad with tuna, tomatoes, garbonzo beans and sunflowerseeds. ... (15 replies)
... Many foods can inhibit absorption when eaten along with iron rich foods, the lists are on the net. ... (9 replies)
... kiwilily--This is an interesting question and a very good one. I wonder about this all the time. At this point I do not believe what the doctors tell me due to my experience with them. I was told at first by 3 doctors that my cause was from periods because my answer was yes, they are heavy. Then they found 7 polyps so that reinforced the issue. Next, I finally took care... (5 replies)
... My absorption issues are unique to me so I'm not sure my info will help you. ... (4 replies)
... bsorption of iron. First, they said that it was my periods, so I had an endometrial ablation to slow or stop the bleeding. After this it was thought to be iron absorption due to the fact that my Ferritin was 43 a little over the one year mark. ... (17 replies)
... be impacting her absorption of iron. Studies have already been done to show that it impacts calcium absorption and causes a higher rate of hip fractures in people taking the PPI medications. ... (6 replies)
... which has tannins that inhibit absorption of iron or I sometimes drank red wine with my meals. Calcium also inhibits iron i.e., when adding milk to cereals. ... (7 replies)
... ever even suggested taking 2, I don't know why but my PCP did. It's worth a shot. I only ever took 2 if I was really ill. If your doc doesn't think that it is PPI related, please educate me. Then I would ask for the repeated Endo. That's the easy one. ... (3 replies)
... Did you have polyps due to the PPI use or just because? ... (11 replies)

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