Esomeprazole (28 pack)
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- Treats Heartburn, Acid Reflux And Indigestion
- Active Ingredient: Esomeprazole Magnesium Trihydrate
- Reduces Excess Acid Produced By The Stomach
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- Includes Free Prescription
Esomeprazole tablets are a kind of PPI or Proton Pump Inhibitor that reduce the acid produced in the stomach. Esomeprazole treats the symptoms of heartburn, acid reflux and indigestion, providing relief for you to get on with your day.
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Esomeprazole Side Effects
Like with all medicine, Esomeprazole Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Esomeprazole side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Below is a list of Esomeprazole Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken Esomeprazole 40 mg. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.
- Effects on the stomach or gut such as diarrhoea, stomach pain, constipation and wind
- Nausea or vomiting
- Benign polyps in the stomach
- Swelling of the feet and ankles
- Insomnia and disturbed sleep
- Dizziness, tingling such as pins and needles, sleepy
- Dry mouth
- Itchy skin and rashes
- Hip fracture, wrist or spine (if used in doses over a long duration)
- Reduced number of white blood cells, Bruising and infections more likely
- Low levels of sodium in the blood
- Depression, confusion or agitated feelings
- Changes in taste
- Blurred vision and other eyesight problems
- Hair loss
- Lack of white blood cells
- Muscle weakness
- Severe kidney problems
Esomeprazole vs Omeprazole
Esomeprazole vs Omeprazole is often a question we are asked when someone is looking to purchase one or the other.
Both of them are two of the most commonly prescribed PPIs (Proton Pump Inhibitors) and are now both available to purchase over-the-counter.
Pitting Esomeprazole vs Omeprazole against one another they are very similar, but there are minor differences in how they are made, including their chemical makeup. Esomeprazole only contains one isomer, whilst omeprazole contains two isomers.
Isomers are a molecule that includes the same chemicals, but are arranged n a different way. Esomeprazole vs Omeprazole are both built of the same stuff, but are put together differently.
There are two purchasing option for Esomeprazole dosage, Esomeprazole 20 mg and Esomeprazole 40 mg.
Depending on the severity and length of time you have been experiencing GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease) or heartburn your doctor may prescribe a different Esomeprazole dosage.
How much Esomeprazole should you take…?
To treat heartburn caused by Gastrooesophageal reflux disease –
For adults and children above the age of 12 the following should be followed:
- If your doctor has found that your food pipe has been slightly damaged, the recommended dose is one tablet, once a day for 4 weeks. If your food pipe still hasn’t recovered by the end of that course, your doctor may recommend increasing it for another 4 weeks.
- Once the food pipe has healed, the dose should then be decreased to one tablet of Esomeprazole 20 mg a day.
- If the food pipe has been found not damaged, one tablet of Esomeprazole 20 mg, once a day is recommended. After a period of time and your condition has been controlled, your doctor may recommend that you only take the Esomeprazole dosage when needed.
Esomeprazole 40 mg
My Pharmacy offers two different strengths of Esomeprazole tablets. Esomeprazole 40 mg is the highest strength on offer, whilst Esomeprazole 20 mg is the lowest.
The dosage guidelines for both Esomeprazole 40 mg and 20 mg depend on the guidelines and recommendations of your doctor.
Esomeprazole 20 mg
My Pharmacy offers two different strengths of Esomeprazole tablets. Esomeprazole 20 mg is the lowest strength on offer, whilst Esomeprazole 40 mg is the highest.
The dosage guidelines for both Esomeprazole 20 mg and 40 mg depend on the guidelines and recommendations of your doctor.
Esomeprazole doses depend on what the condition it is used to treat is. For treatment of ulcers caused by an H Pylori infection and to stop them coming back:
- The recommended Esomeprazole doses is one 20 mg tablet twice a day for one week
- You will also most probably be prescribed antibiotics, such as amoxicillin or clarithromycin
Other esomeprazole doses may be considered for different conditions such as too much stomach acid, preventing rebleeding of ulcers and other ulcers causes for NSAIDs.
Esomeprazole comes in three forms. Esomeprazole magnesium is one and is used as a delayed-release capsule but is also available as a liquid suspension. The other two are called esomeprazole strontium and esomeprazole sodium.
They’re all esomeprazole tablets, but each contain a different salt form. These enable esomeprazole to be used to treat a wide range of gastrointestinal issues.
The salt in esomeprazole magnesium is a white to slightly coloured crystalline powder. It’s slightly soluble in water.
Esomeprazole vs Lansoprazole
Research has been conducted to find the best choice between Esomeprazole vs Lansoprazole. The study was created to find out if either esomeprazole tablets or lansoprazole is better at healing the esophagitis from acid reflux and the resolution of heartburn.
The conclusion found that Esomeprazole was more effective than Lansoprazole at healing the esophagitis and resolving heartburn. The healing rates where consistently high with esomeprazole, regardless of the disease severity.
If you would like more information on this study and Esomeprazole vs Lansoprazole, click here for more detailed information.
Your doctor will be best qualified when deciding if you should use Esomeprazole vs Lansoprazole. Treatment can vary from person to person.
Can Esomeprazole Cause Weight Loss
One question we are often asked relating to the side effects of Esomeprazole is, “Can esomeprazole cause weight loss?”
Weight loss is indeed one of the many side effects associated with taking Esomeprazole, however some people also report that they’ve gained weight because of esomeprazole tablets.
As with all drugs, side effects can depend on the person, some more extreme than others, some opposite others.
Ask your doctor, can esomeprazole cause weight loss and if it’s worth the risks of you taking it.
Esomeprazole and Ibuprofen
Esomeprazole and Ibuprofen can be safely taken together, as well as other painkillers such as paracetamol.
When taking esomeprazole and ibuprofen, it’s best to take ibuprofen with, or just after a meal so that it doesn’t upset your stomach.
If you unsure about the interactions between Esomeprazole and Ibuprofen, ask your doctor or pharmacist to talk you through what is safe and what isn’t.
In order to buy and order Esomeprazole tablets you will require an Esomeprazole prescription. You can acquire an esomeprazole prescription via our free online consultation service.
If you have any further questions regarding an esomeprazole prescription, please contact us via email.
Can I Take Lansoprazole And Esomeprazole Together
Can I take lansoprazole and esomeprazole together? You shouldn’t take any over-the-counter proton pump inhibitors such as esomeprazole or H2 antagonists like ranitidine when taking lansoprazole.
To safely use either Lansoprazole or esomeprazole, ask your doctor the question ‘Can I take lansoprazole and esomeprazole together?’ and what you can and cannot take when using either.
When Is The Best Time To Take Esomeprazole
When is the best time to take esomeprazole? When taking esomeprazole only once a day, it’s usual to take it first thing in the morning. If esomeprazole is taken twice a day, one dose should be taken in the morning and one dose at night.
Doses should be taken whole with a drink of water.
Depending on your condition and the amount of doses you take per day; ‘When is the best time to take esomeprazole’ may be different for you or someone else.
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Heartburn is a burning feeling in the chest caused by stomach acid travelling up towards the throat (acid reflux). If it keeps happening, it’s called gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD).
Check if you have acid reflux
The main symptoms of acid reflux are:
heartburn – a burning sensation in the middle of your chest
an unpleasant sour taste in your mouth, caused by stomach acid
You may also have:
a cough or hiccups that keep coming back
a hoarse voice
bloating and feeling sick
Your symptoms will probably be worse after eating, when lying down and when bending over.
Causes of heartburn and acid reflux
Lots of people get heartburn from time to time. There’s often no obvious reason why.
Sometimes it’s caused or made worse by:
certain food and drink – such as coffee, alcohol, chocolate, and fatty or spicy foods
stress and anxiety
some medicines, such as anti-inflammatory painkillers (like ibuprofen)
a hiatus hernia – when part of your stomach moves up into your chest
How you can ease heartburn and acid reflux yourself
Simple lifestyle changes can help stop or reduce heartburn.
Eat smaller, more frequent meals
Raise one end of your bed 10-20cm by putting something under your bed or mattress – to make it so your chest and head are above the level of your waist, so stomach acid doesn’t travel upwards towards your throat
Try to lose weight if you’re overweight
Try find ways to relax
Have food or drink that triggers your symptoms
Eat within 3 or 4 hours before bed
Wear clothes that are tight around your waist
Drink too much alcohol
Stop taking any prescribed medicine without speaking to a doctor first
A pharmacist can help with heartburn and acid reflux
Speak to a pharmacist for advice if you keep getting heartburn.
They can recommend medicines called antacids that can help ease your symptoms.
It’s best to take these with food or soon after eating, as this is when you’re most likely to get heartburn. They may also work for longer if taken with food.
See a GP if:
Lifestyle changes and pharmacy medicines aren’t helping
You have heartburn most days for 3 weeks or more
You have other symptoms, like food getting stuck in your throat, frequently being sick or losing weight for no reason
Your GP can provide stronger treatments and help rule out any more serious possible causes of your symptoms.
Most people who take Esomeprazole do not have any side effects. If you do get a side effect, it is usually mild and will go away when you stop taking Esomeprazole.
Common side effects
Common side effects may happen in more than 1 in 100 people. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if these side effects bother you or don’t go away:
Feeling sick or being sick (nausea or vomiting)
Stomach pain or wind
Serious side effects
Serious side effects happen in less than 1 in 1,000 people. Call a doctor straight away if you have:
Joint pain and abnormal changes in your skin, especially in parts of your body exposed to the sun, such as a red, raised rash on your arms that can spread, blisters, or a red rash on your cheeks and nose. These can be signs of a rare condition called subacute cutaneous lupus Erythematosus that can happen weeks to years after taking Esomeprazole.
Reddening, blisters and peeling of the skin. There may also be severe blisters and bleeding in the lips, eyes, mouth, nose and genitals. These could be signs of a rare reaction to the medicine Stevens-Johnson syndrome or toxic epidermal necrolysis.
Yellow skin, dark pee and tiredness. These can be signs of liver problems.
Serious allergic reaction
In rare cases, it’s possible to have a serious allergic reaction to Esomeprazole.
A serious allergic reaction is an emergency. Contact a doctor straight away if you think you or someone around you is having a serious allergic reaction.
The warning signs of a serious allergic reaction are:
Getting a skin rash that may include itchy, red, swollen, blistered or peeling skin
Tightness in the chest or throat
Having trouble breathing or talking
Swelling of the mouth, face, lips, tongue or throat
These are not all the side effects of Esomeprazole. For a full list see the Patient information leaflet.
Further information can be found on the manufacturers