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antacids

Used to neutralize stomach acidity; prolonged use is inadvisable.
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Eat little and often, sleep with several pillows, take antacids and see your doctor for a specific diagnosis and treatment.
For people experiencing occasional symptoms, over-the-counter (OTC) antacids are ideal.
Unlike other OTC antacids that permanently inhibit acid-producing cells in the stomach, which force the body to overcompensate by creating more acid than normal, Eli Nutrition said that Tummyzen temporarily regulates the release of acid in the stomach and after several hours is absorbed by the body, allowing the stomach to resume normal function.
Raft formation occurs rapidly, often within a few seconds of dosing; hence alginate-containing antacids are comparable to traditional antacids for speed of onset of relief.
Craig Lennox Our GP expert will answer your questions every week QIS it safe to take antacids daily?
In a retrospective study, the use of levofloxacin (Levaquin[R]), combined with antacids containing aluminum, zinc, magnesium, iron, or calcium, was examined in more than 3,000 hospitalized patients.
The antacids, Lansoprazole and Omeprazole, belong to a group of drugs known as "proton pump inhibitors" (PPIs).
Many antacids and some supplements may bind to certain drugs, making them less active.
There's an ingredient you'll want to avoid that's likely to appear on the market some time in the future: antacids in toothpastes and mouthwashes.
Bisodol Extra Tablets offer powerful relief, by combining two fast-acting antacids with a third ingredient - an extra reflux suppressant.
These include a family history of kidney stones, recurrent urinary infections, bowel disease, some kidney diseases, certain drugs (including some diuretics, antacids, and steroids), prolonged bed rest, and metabolic disorders.
BE MINDFUL OF DRUG INTERACTIONS: If you do experience heartburn or upset stomach, your first instinct may be to stock up on antacids or antidiarrheal medications.