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Suffering from hyper acidity. Taking nexpro on empty stomach, weight gain. Side effect of medication?

hello doctor.. i m .my age is 35 & i weigh 47.since past few months(8-9)i ve been having hyper acidity.its dr. prescribed me nexpro rd 40 twice a day,i.e. morning &eve on empty st.since past 2-3mts.i ve gained 2.5-3kg weight.i ve done all hormones test to rule out.tests are fine but i m not able to find out it somewhere related to nexpro rd 40.does it cause wt. gain?
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Hi sucharita ! You can take nexpro but don't take for too long. Here Some tips for g.e.r.d , like use pillow when sleep, try to lay on your left side, stop taking fried food, take food in small parts and many time. Now about weight gain as female are more prone to weight gain, so do exercise, menses should be regular, and do the thyroid check. I hope my knowledge serves you best. Be happy. Bye.
Answered: Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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