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I have had gerd my whole life, when I was 10 they found 3 bleeding ulcers and a hyatil hernia treated me with tagament and nexium. I am currently 34 and have been on nexium most of my life also tried others but always came back to nexium now I'm on 40mg twice a day. For about a month now I have been waking up several times in the night with my mouth and back of my nose and it is yellow acid or bile now it's becoming very painful and bothersome to me. I am losing my voice and I feel like I have a hole in my throat cuz my pills get stuck in the hole and when I try to drink soup it comes pouring out of my nose. For a few days now I have been taking zantac b4 bed and I have still been vomiting while I am asleep tomorrow morning I'm going to try pepcid in the morning with my am nexium then zantac in the evening with my nexium. I am scheduled for the end of March for a endoscopy I really don't know if I can wait till then has anyone ever heard or experience with this problem? Please I need some serious help I'm truly worried and scared. Thank you for your time. Wabbit
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Hello all ,I was recently prescribed Zantac 150 mg twice daily for what the Dr's said too much stomach acid which made it hard to breath and lots of gas,,has this happened to anyone else and if so, if you've had a change in your bowel movements? Please elaborate if you'd like,thanks so much!
have been on dexalant for a long time for acid reflux, recently have had issues with excess bloating and tenderness of the stomach area, dr is having me take zantac along with the dexalant, wonder if anyone out there is taking both and having any side affects like nausea or anything else
I have been on Heartburn medications for about 10 years now with no major issues. I am also very familiar with Ibuprofen but Flomax is brand new to me. The first time I had a phantom kidney stone and was taking Tramadol and Flomax and went to the ER with a severe panic attack on the 3rd dose. I couldn't even write my name on a piece of paper at the ER. I wrote it off as a reaction to Tramadol also new to me due to an allergic reaction to Norco. Two months later I get to see a Urologist that tells me I have chronic Prostatitis. He gave me Flomax, I took one dose and with two hours was panicked. It was a very similar experience to the last time that I took Flomax and is the only common drug.
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