Review: Ranitidine and Balanced Salt
Summary: drug interactions are reported only by a few people who take Ranitidine and Balanced Salt together.
This review analyzes the effectiveness and drug interactions between Ranitidine and Balanced Salt. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
Ranitidine has active ingredients of ranitidine. It is often used in gastroesophageal reflux disease. (latest outcomes from Ranitidine 1,004 users) Balanced Salt has active ingredients of calcium chloride; magnesium chloride; potassium chloride; sodium acetate; sodium chloride; sodium citrate. It is often used in cataract operation. (latest outcomes from Balanced Salt 213 users)
What are the drugs
Ranitidine has active ingredients of ranitidine. It is often used in gastroesophageal reflux disease. (latest outcomes from Ranitidine 1,004 users)
Balanced Salt has active ingredients of calcium chloride; magnesium chloride; potassium chloride; sodium acetate; sodium chloride; sodium citrate. It is often used in cataract operation. (latest outcomes from Balanced Salt 213 users)
On Nov, 28, 2014: 1 people who takes Ranitidine, Balanced Salt is studied
Drug combinations in study:
- Ranitidine (ranitidine)
- Balanced Salt (calcium chloride; magnesium chloride; potassium chloride; sodium acetate; sodium chloride; sodium citrate)
Drug effectiveness over time :
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Drug effectiveness by gender :
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- What are some known or reported side effects from a zantac overdose? especially long term side effects?
My son was born preterm weighing in at 5lbs. During his time in the NICU the doctors diagnosed him with acid reflux and started him on Ranitidine. One day prior to him leaving the NICU I was given a script to be filled for at home use. The dosage was suppose to be .375ml but instead the pharmacy filled it for 3.75ml (ten times the amount). This medication was suppose to be given two times a day. After 4 days of being given the higher dosage I noticed a huge difference in my son's behavior. His bowel movements became for frequent (about every 30 minutes), he wasn't as alert (he had this blank stare), and he began to vomit very often. He also had blood in his stool. He was readmitted into ICU after we found the mistake with the dosage and his stomach was pumped and IV's were inserted. He was monitored for 3 days and then released. The problem I have now is that no one has dealt with this kind of overdose and has no information for me to look for as far as long term side effects go.
- For the past 7 years have gotten these severe painful attacks. i get about 1 to 2 a year. they start out like a case of food poisoning with diarrhea and vomiting. the pain is intense and as severe (2 answers)
The pain is intense and severe as all natural childbirth. The pain is so intense I cannot move, talk, or function. I just keep heaving bile until I am so dehydrated I get taken to the emergency room. They run tests and CAT scans on me but can never find anything. I have gone to a specialist in the past and he thought it could be Irritable Bowel Syndrome (which it is not). After this recent attack I went to a bspecialist that suggested it could be gastritis. He suggested the medicine. What throws me off is I cannot find accounts of such severe gastritis. The pain in experiencing is CRIPPLING. Does anyone else have it had INTENSE PAINFUL attacks and if so is it gastritis??
- I am taking omeprazole and ranitidine for acid reflux both seem to be giving me side effects fatigue, dizziness (1 answer)
I took esomoprazole ( nexium ) 20 mg for acid reflux for thirteen days but felt so unwell side effects fatigue and feeling very unsteady and disoriented , not all the time but enough to make me want to stop taking it. It had however diminished my cough and sore throat caused by the reflux. My gastro enterologist suggested stopping it for 2days and then trying omeprazole and ranitidine instead. I took 20 mg of omeprazole as prescribed for 2 days and a quarter of the prescribed 300mg ranitidine. I felt completely exhausted for most of the day and dizzy as well. So cut down my omeprazole to about 10gms and side effects not so bad but my cough and sore throat back. Any advice or suggestions. Should I go back to natural remedies. I have also been taking advance gaviscon after meals and at bedtime dont think it is doing much. Also small meals, raised head of bed and not eating for 2-3 hrs before bedtime
- Can curcumin c3 complex cause very dry mouth?
I have been takingall the above drugs since being diagnosed with Sarcoidosis in 1998-99. The only variation is prednisone which I take only when I have a flare. Itook my first Curcumin C3 Complex capsule 3 days ago. 500mg. I decided to start with one a day for awhile. After a few hours I had the dryestmouthever! Both days it has impimproved considerably by the end of the 24hours. A couple hours after takingit this morning mymouth is horribly dry again. It has to be the Curcumin since nothing else has changed for years. Anyone else with this problem? The reason I amtaking it is a couple of years ago my gastrodr wanted me to take it for my GERD but I didn't want to. But the other day I read that it helps with joint pain which I have badly so thought I'd give it a try for both reasons.
- What would cause a false positive for valium? i.e. i didnt take it, but has shown up in several of my urine test (1 answer)
I've been going to my Suboxone doctor for over a year now. In that time all I have done (as far as "narcotic" go) is my Suboxone and when my grandpa passed she wrote me a small script, on 2 different occasion for Xanax 0.5 (which I was actually able to hold onto until about a month ago..) Well, yesterday she said that Valium has been showing up in my system for the past several U/A (I take a test twice a month) which makes ZERO since because I haven't taken Valium in years...oddly enough, she also said in this last one there was a "barely detectable" opiate positive, which again, I've not had...My concern is the Valium, though...what could I be doing or taking that's causing that to show up on my test...thanks in advance :)
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