Losec

What is Losec?

It is a drug belonging to protein pump inhibitor ( PPI) group, used in gastric disorders like stomach ulcer, hyperacidity, indigestion and epigastric pain.

Questions and answers on "Losec"

I am taking 20 mg of Losec per day for reflux, when is the best time to take it, can one safely increase the dosage and are there long term effects...

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Brief Answer:
safe to use.

Detailed Answer:
Hello, thanks for asking in healthcaremagic.

For reflux losec has to taken upto 2 months.If the...

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My 6 year old daughter has been suffering Upper abdominal pains for the past 6 months. It severe in the morning and may ease off during the day....

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Brief Answer:
Gastroesophageal reflux or gastritis seems most likely

Detailed Answer:
Thanks for asking on HealthcareMagic.

I have gone carefully...

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My wife suffers from acid reflux, she presently use a prescribed locik medication, I think this is the proper spelling, but the affects still...

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Brief Answer:
Reflux can be easily controlled

Detailed Answer:
Hello sir and thanks for the query,

I have not heard of any antacid called locik or...

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Good morning I have been waking up with nausea and dizziness for awhile now

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I seem to have bad refulx at night after dinner and when i am in bed and when i wake in the morning. Feels tight in the chest and acidy with a lump...

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Hi, I have a 10 week old who has been on elecare formula for over 2 weeks and also on losec for reflux, she still has an awful lots of mucus in her...

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Hi My 5 year old daughter is going to have a scope done in december. She has been vominiting at night time for the last 3 years etc, i had just put...

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