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Tingling, numbness in palm, soles of feet, calf pain, swallowing difficulty. Liquid form of PPI?

Feeling tingling and numbness occasionally in palm and sole of feet. Feel fatiuge after 3 PM. Feel pain in calf and thai while climbing starecase. Had problem of gastritis for last 10 years. had problem in swallowing food and hence the tablet too. unable to take tablet whole such as PPI Pantaprazole or reboprazole etc. Is there any liquid form available for PPI?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Feb 2013
Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.
Tingling and numbness in palms and soles may be due to neuropathy.
It may be due to vitamin deficiency such as vitamin B12.
Inability to swallow food is suggestive of underlying neurological problem such as bulbar palsy, which needs evaluation.
I suggest you to consult the physician or Neurophysician for further examination and investigations.
PPI like lansoprazole is available in sachet forms which can be taken after mixing in the water.
Hope I have answered your query.
Answered: Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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