Active ingredients: ranitidine hydrochloride
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My gastroenterologist just took me off omeprazole twice a day because it stopped working. (I've been on it for more than 7yrs) He changed my meds to 40mg of pantorazole in the morning and zantac at night.well,my rls has gone wild so I stopped taking it. But I'm left with horrible night time reflux. I see my g.p. on Wednesday,but would like to know what I can do in the meantime.is there another otc I can take? One that works like zantac but without the rls trigger?
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taking both for acute reflux flareup and long standing treatment of depression which is well managed on lexapro brand name. Do not feel well since starting zantac this week. mild nausea, intestinal discomfort and overall odd feelings.
I am celiac, have been gluten free for years and due to arthritis/join dysfunction was taking steroid injections which eventually led to ulcers in the stomach and intestine. Now, I take daily Zantac/Sucralfate. Is there an end to the zantac/sulcrafate with other medications or treatment?
I am a male, and had been taking ranitidine for many years but within the last 1/2 year I developed pains in my right nipple and surrounding area but only when that area was touched, so usually when I slept on my right side.
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