antacids


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antacids

Used to neutralize stomach acidity; prolonged use is inadvisable.
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6 Patients taking antacids which are least palatable were compliant with the recommended dosing regimen only 50% of the time moreover the cost of antacid may also affects the patient choice.
Maladies like acid reflux (heartburn), bloating, belching, constipation, and indigestion are usually tackled with prescription antacids--but this book presents the astonishing thesis that antacids may actually be making the problem worse.
If you use Turns or other antacids because some foods don't agree with you--you could be headed for trouble.
It will be competing against J&J-Merck's products including the Pepcid line of nonprescription heartburn remedies and Mylanta antacids.
More than pounds 80million is lavished each year on antacids and other remedies such as Rennies.
Thyroid hormone also is likely to bind to cholestyramine, sucralfate, and antacids that contain magnesium and aluminum.
The market for antacids and antireflux medications is booming because heartburn sufferers rely on temporary fixes.
The bottom line is that no one knows if antacids help or hurt.
American scientists say women who took daily doses of calcium-based antacids experienced a dramatical fall in PMS symptoms like bloating, migraines, mood swings, pain, food cravings and irritability.
We've got antacids, laxatives and antidiarrheal remedies," he says.
Many people find that nonprescription antacids provide temporary or partial relief.
For top performance from these substances, avoid taking them together with antacids within one to three hours of each other.