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Nausea, congestion in throat. Suffering from acid reflux and esophighitis. Taking prevacid. Side effects of prevacid?

Ive been suffering from acid reflux/heartburn and esophighitus for 5 years, i was taking nexium and doing pretty well, i then switched to prevacid around february of 2012, i started doing fine on the prevacid and around the end of may 2012 i started getting nausea, congestion in my throat / constant clearing and difficulty swallowing and sweelling of the glands. none of my gastroentestinal doctors help me they all say nothing wrong with me but i hear alotta things on prevacid and the sideaffects? the nausea
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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hi... you have acid peptic disease.. you are on antacids and you are feeling better...and you also have congestion in the throat and glands.. you could be having upper respiratory infection... you need antibiotics and antipyretics and decongesants.. see your physician for this.. all the very best..
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