Pantoprazole Tablets 20mg-40mg (28 pack)
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- Treatment For Acid Reflux Prevention
- Active Ingredient: Pantoprazole
- Reduces Amount Of Stomach Acid Produced
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- Includes Free Prescription
Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) can be treated with Pantoprazole, which works by reducing the amount of acid your stomach produces, preventing acid reflux, as well as helping to prevent and treat stomach ulcers.
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Pantoprazole Tablets belongs to a group of medicines known as proton pump inhibitors a medicine and helps to reduce the amount of acid in the stomach. Pantoprazole Tablets are used for treating acid-related diseases of the stomach and intestine in both adults and children over 12 years of age.
You may be suffering from acid reflux and benefit from using Pantoprazole Tablets if you suffer from one or more of the following symptoms:
- A burning sensation in the middle of your chest
- An unpleasant taste in your mouth
- A cough or hiccups that keep coming back
- A hoarse voice or back breathe
- Bloating or feeling sick
See more on information on acid reflux on the NHS Website.
Pantoprazole Gastro Resistant Tablets Ip
Pantoprazole Gastro Resistant Tablets Ip are usually safe for the majority of people to use but there are small number of people who should not take them.
Do not take Pantoprazole Gastro Resistant Tablets Ip:
- If you are allergic to pantoprazole or to any of the other ingredients
- If you are allergic to medicines containing other proton pump inhibitors
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking Pantoprazole Gastro Resistant Tablets Ip:
- If you have severe liver problems
- If you have reduced body stores or risk factors for reduced vitamin B12 and receive long-term treatment with pantoprazole
- If you are taking HIV protease inhibitors such as atazanavir
- If you are on Pantoprazole for more than three months, it is possible that the levels of magnesium in your blood may fall
- If you get a rash on your skin, especially in areas exposed to the sun
If you are ever unsure if Pantoprazole Gastro Resistant Tablets are safe for you to use you should contact your doctor for advice.
Pantoprazole Sodium Delayed Release Tablets Usp 40 Mg Spc
Pantoprazole Sodium Delayed Release Tablets Usp 40 Mg Spc should be stored correctly so that when you come to use them, they are safe to do so.
You should store Pantoprazole Sodium Delayed Release Tablets Usp 40 Mg Spc:
- Out of the sight and reach of children
- Do not use this medicine after the expiry date
- For bottles: Do not use tablets beyond 100 days opening
Returning any Pantoprazole Sodium Delayed Release Tablets Usp 40 Mg Spc to your local pharmacy for safe disposal will not only help problem other people it will also help the environment.
Pantoprazole Tablet Uses
One of the Pantoprazole Tablet Uses is for the treatment of an infection called Helicobacter pylori caused by bacteria while the second Pantoprazole Tablet Uses is To treat reflux oesophagitis, the third Pantoprazole Tablets Ip 40 Mg Uses is for the treatment of stomach and duodenal ulcers.
How to take
- Take the tablets 1 hour before a meal without chewing or breaking them and swallow them whole with some water
To treat reflux in adults and children over 12
- The usual dose is one tablet a day
- Your doctor may tell you to increase to 2 tablets daily
- The treatment period for reflux oesophagitis is usually between 4 and 8 weeks
To Treat stomach and duodenal ulcers in adults
- The usual dose is one tablet a day
- After consultation with your doctor, the dose may be doubled
- Your doctor will tell you how long to take your medicine
To treat Helicobacter pylori in adults with duodenal or stomach ulcers
- One tablet, two times a day plus two antibiotic tablets such as amoxicillin
- Each to be taken two times a day with your pantoprazole tablet
- Take the first pantoprazole tablet 1 hour before breakfast and the second pantoprazole tablet 1 hour before
If you require any further information regarding Pantoprazole Tablet Uses please do not hesitate to contact us via the email address below.
Pantoprazole Tablets Ip 40 Mg
Before using Pantoprazole Tablets Ip 40 Mg you should check the ingredients to make sure you are not sensitive to any of them.
Pantoprazole Tablets Ip 40 Mg active ingredient:
Pantoprazole Tablets Ip 40 Mg other ingredients:
- Sodium carbonate (anhydrous), mannitol, crospovidone, povidone K90, calcium stearate. hypromellose, povidone K25, titanium dioxide (E171), yellow iron oxide (E172), propylene glycol, methacrylic acid-ethyl acrylate copolymer (1:1), polysorbate 80, sodium laurilsulfate, triethyl citrate. Printing ink: shellac, red, black and yellow iron oxide (E172), ammonia solution, concentrated
If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in this medicine, you should contact a doctor regarding an alternative treatment.
Pantoprazole Tablets Ip 40 Mg Uses
While looking at information on Pantoprazole Tablets Ip 40 Mg Uses you will come across lots of other important information including name how Pantoprazole Gastro Resistant Tablets can affect how other medicines work.
You should not take Pantoprazole Gastro Resistant Tablets with:
- Medicines such as ketoconazole and itraconazole used to treat fungal infections
- Erlotinib used for certain types of cancer
- Warfarin and phenprocoumon, which affect the thickening, or thinning of the blood
- Medicines used to treat HIV-infection, such as atazanavir
- Methotrexate used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, and cancer
- Rifampicin used to treat infections
- St John’s wort used to treat mild depression
If you are taking any of the above medicines, you should speak to your doctor before taking Pantoprazole 20 Mg Gastro Resistant Tablets and Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablet.
Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablet
Whilst using Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablet there are other things you can do at help stop or reduce heartburn and acid reflux:
- Eat smaller and more frequent meals
- Raise one end of your bed 10 to 20cm by putting something under your bed or mattress
- Try to lose weight if you’re overweight
- Try to find ways to relax
If your heartburn does not improve while trying the above and taking Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablet you should contact your doctor for a review.
Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablets In India
Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablets In India are used and sold but unless you are living or staying in another country it is always best to get the medicine prescribed in the country you normally reside so your own doctor has a record.
Regardless of the intended Pantoprazole Tablet Uses you have been prescribed these tablets for and whether you obtain Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablets In India or in the UK, you should always make sure you obtain it from a registered and trusted pharmacy.
Any online pharmacy should be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council and any online doctor service should registered with the Care Quality Commission and General Medical Council.
If you are ever unsure you should contact the company for proof.
Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablets Side Effects
Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablets Side Effects can occur but that does not mean everybody will get them. Some uncommon Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablets Side Effects include but are not limited to:
- Feeling sick
- Dry mouth
- Abdominal pain
- Skin rash
A full list of Pantoprazole 40 Mg Tablets Side Effects can be viewed here in the Patient Information Leaflet.
Pantoprazole And Domperidone Tablets
Can Pantoprazole And Domperidone Tablets be taken together?
Yes, Pantoprazole And Domperidone Tablets can be taken together and are safe for most people to use but in some cases they may cause some common side effects like diarrhoea, stomach pain, wind, dizziness, headache, and other side effects not listed.
If you have been prescribed Pantoprazole And Domperidone Tablets together and you suffer from any undesirable side effects, speak to your healthcare provider for advice on the next steps to take. Your doctor may want to reduce the dose or change the medicines, this usually depends on how bad the Pantoprazole & Domperidone Tablets side effects are.
Pantoprazole & Domperidone Tablets
Pantoprazole & Domperidone Tablets are available as a combination, domperidone is a prokinetic and works on the upper digestive system to help increase the movement of the stomach and intestines, this then helps food move more easily through the stomach.
Pantoprazole & Domperidone Tablets cannot be bought online and should only prescribed by your GP or specialist.
Pantoprazole 20 Mg Gastro Resistant Tablets
While discussing Pantoprazole 20 Mg Gastro Resistant Tablets with your doctor for the first time, you should be sure to mention anything that may indicate a more serious disease:
- Unintentional weight loss
- Repeated Vomiting
- Vomiting blood
- Difficulty in swallowing
- Pain when swallowing
- You look pale and feel weak
- Chest pain
- Stomach pain
- Severe diarrhoea
If any of the above apply to you, your doctor may want to run some additional tests before prescribing Pantoprazole 20 Mg Gastro Resistant Tablets.
Pantoprazole Gastro Resistant Tablets
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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 Pantoprazole 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 Pantoprazole.
Talk to your pharmacist or doctor 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 are rare and happen in less than 1 in 1,000 people.
Call a doctor straight away if you have:
Joint pain and a red skin rash, especially in parts of your body exposed to the sun, such as your arms, cheeks and nose. These can be signs of a rare condition called Subacute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus that can happen weeks or even years after taking Pantoprazole.
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 called Stevens-Johnson syndrome or Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis.
Stomach pain that gets worse, yellow skin (or the whites of your eyes turn yellow), dark pee. These can be signs of liver problems.
pain when you pee, peeing less, lower back pain, swollen ankles, and rash or fever. These could be signs of a kidney problem.
Serious allergic reaction
In rare cases, it’s possible to have a serious allergic reaction to pantoprazole.
These are not all the side effects of pantoprazole. For a full list see the manufacturers patient information leaflet.
For further information see the manufacturers
patient information leaflet.