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Having acidity problem, taking pantodac. Not cured. What else? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 17-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:any remdy for regulat acidity issues
User:having rablet /pantodac once in awhile
User:which one is btter?
Doctor:Yes. Acidity issues are related to diet and life style. You need to eat regularly and reduce spices and sleep well. Among medication
User:insomia trigger
Doctor:pantodac and rablet are medications belonging to the same class of medications.
Doctor:Both have similar potentials actions and effects.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:what about nexpro
Doctor:Nexpro, omez, rablet, rabeprazole, pantodac, pan, etc. are drugs belonging to same class of medications known as proton pump inhibitors.
Doctor:All have same effects and potentials.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:havingnexpro fter consulti gastromspecilist
User:is it ore grave in nature
Doctor:Nexpro is good and effective. You need to continue the drugs for a few weeks with life style changes.
User:any side effects of nexpro
Doctor:The side effect profile of nexpro is mild. Most patients do not have any side effects.
User:thank you doctor for your support
Doctor:Do you have any other questions?
User:no thak you
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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