Lansoprazole

What is Lansoprazole?

This is a drug used in gastritis, GERD, and Acid peptic disease. It is called as proton pump inhibitor. It reduces the production of Hydrochloric acid in stomach. Long term usage of these drugs may lead to iron deficiency anemia.

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hi i am a 15 year old teenage boy and i was suffering from really bad stomach cramps . I went to hospital and the doctor gave me lansoprazole...

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Hi Jason,

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Hair loss due to Lansoprazole is a rare but undesirable side effect .
Do not worry. The hair loss due to...

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Is there a negative interaction between Lansoprazole and Plavix or Lipitor?
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There is an adverse interaction between Lansoprazole and Plavix

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My husband is on allopurinal , lansoprozole. Since starting the lansoprazole his gout has flared...

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Welcome To HCM. I am Dr Anshul Varshney.
I understand your concern.
Lansoprazole has been claimed to...

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