Review: could Cinnamon cause Ulcer - stomach (Gastric ulcer)?
Summary: there is no Ulcer - stomach reported by people who take Cinnamon yet.
We study 50 people who have side effects while taking Cinnamon from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, when they have Ulcer - stomach and more.
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Cinnamon has active ingredients of cassia cinnamon. It is often used in hyperglycemia. (latest outcomes from 100 Cinnamon users)
Ulcer - stomach
Ulcer - stomach (stomach ulcer) has been reported by people with osteoporosis, high blood pressure, pain, rheumatoid arthritis, arthritis. (latest reports from 31,715 Ulcer - stomach patients)
On Jan, 28, 2015: No report is found
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- Omeprazole or pantoprazole?
I take an oral contraceptive, Diane-35 ED, which is not in the list of drugs to choose from on this site.
Recently, the medication I was taking for my stomach ulcer (Omeprazole) became unavailable in my country of residence and was replaced by Patoprazole. I started taking it yesterday morning and by midday today the side effects were unbearable. I am nauseous, have diarrhea, and a very severe headache. This didn't happen with Omeprazole. Do you think this is a drug interaction or is there some difference between the two that I am perhaps sensitive to?
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We're looking for natural ways to cure the symptoms, and affects of having g6pd. any facts would be helpful. We need to know if these natural remedies will trigger the disease, or improve the condition
- Can u take metformin with stomach ulcer medication
I went to the doctors on friday cause i had an colonoscopy an they found out that o had 1 bleeding ulcers n 2 more stomach ulcer an they put me on 5 different medication an wanted to know if i can take my metformin with y stomach ulcer pills
- Is it possible cinnamon cause temporal memory loss? (1 answer)
i am using Cinnamon about 4 years in my tea (almost 500mg per cup) More than 5,6 cups of tea in peer day
and i have short memory problem since last year
i get MRI Scan and it seems i have mild temporal lobe atrophy in both side most in left side,
i decided search about Cinnamon on the internet and i found something strange about boost brain and Prevention of Alzheimer also found this: "Cinnamon cause Temporal memory loss"
1.which one of those are truth?
2.is this possible Cinnamon cause my temporal memory or make atrophy on my temporal lobe?
3.does exist drugs for make improve my short memory?
doctors gave me Depakene & i am using 1 pill of depakene 500mg in day
sorry for bad English.
- I have a peptic ulcer and my blood pressure goes up and down is this normal .i usually have prefect blood pressure. what is causing this to happen.
I have been on a bland diet for a peptic ulcer last night i tried to eat regular food and my blood pressure spiked up to 158/107 for just a few mins and came down but it has been going up and down. Is this normal?
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