stopping prevacid

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Topic Title: stopping prevacid
Created On: 09/29/2003 07:08 PM

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 06/23/2010 05:42 PM

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davidjames

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It definitely varies from person to person on what triggers someones ulcer. One person may be able to drink milk, while another may have it trigger something. I know that when I use to eat cereal in the morning, it would usually trigger my symptoms. Once I switched my breakfast to eating various fruits, my morning heartburn slowed down a lot.



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 05/26/2009 02:25 PM

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cscott

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 05/21/2009 10:22 AM

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cscott

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Does dairy really make it worse? I often eat vanilla yogurt, frozen yogurt, or ice cream if I do not have any medicine with me. It seems to work as a quick fix and makes me feel much better. Am I hurting myself in the long run however?


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 09/18/2006 06:17 PM

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londonwc1

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Stay off all dairy, seems impossible, I do eat low fat yogurt and cottage cheese and use 2% milk for my cafeine free tea[yuck] I am English so tea was a comfort food for me. I have LPRD and the most awful barking cough that does not allow me to sleep properly, I also spit up a lot of mucous. Had all the PPIs. nothing stops the cough. Can anyone help. Thanks to all. Jan
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 09/18/2006 06:11 PM

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londonwc1

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Sorry you are having so much trouble, What are the side affects you are having.
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 12/11/2004 01:39 PM

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carol33036

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You who are using prevacid, try using this, I use pepcid ac along with 2 phazymes anytime I need it. I feel that this has helped me immensly! I have suffered with reflux for more than 30 years. I am a candidate for enteryx procedure, Too expensive, so I had to find my own cure. I eat salmon/tuna fish, or canned chicken in the morning. I still do drink coffee, however eating a substantial meal, helps to cut the acid which of course is problem. I have found that we people with this problem, do not eat properly. I take this regimen regularly, I also cut out cheese and milk products. I have experimented and asked many people who have general stomach problems. They all agree, we have to be more cautious. No alcohol and no fats. throw out medicines that cause discomfort. Keep a diary of the bad food that effected you. carol kearfott
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 09/30/2004 09:14 AM

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LittleEva

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What kind of symptoms are you referring to? I am taking Prevacid currently. Also, what do you do for your acid reflux without the Prevacid or are you taking something else?
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 09/29/2003 07:08 PM

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After being on prevacid for about 5 years, for some strange reason, serious side effects have been appearing. The doctor wants me off prevacid.I stopped taking it and feel so much better, but still have some of the side effects, but at a much weaker intensity. Does anyone know how long it will take for the side effects to leave? Will they leave totally? Thanks! Denn
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