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  • louise27452 2

    Taking Esomeprazole and have constant daily nausea

    I have been taking Esomeprazole for six months after being diagnosed with a sliding hernia in January and also dreadful heartburn/acid reflux.  I take one 40mg each day.  However I started to feel sick daily a few months ago and have now been diagnosed with gallstones but I dont think that is what is...

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  • abbydoo 1

    Nexium

    I've been on acid reflux medicine for 20+ years not realizing what it was doing to my Bones and my absorption of nutrients I'm starting to feel the effects I need to get off of these and like everyone else I feel like I'm having a heart attack and just not well at all when I try to stop taking these...

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  • meunier58121 3

    On Stopping Nexium / Esomeprazole

    This is long ... I thought I'd best be fulsome ... but you might just want to skip down to the section marked QUESTIONS if you prefer ... and refer above if you wish later. No matter which and in ALL, THANKS. This is my first time posting on this board which I am delighted to find. Warning: You...

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  • Fazerug28 1

    NEXIUM LONG TERM ADVERSE EFFECTS. PLEASE HELP

    Hello everyone. I am in awful distress I need some help badly no drs understand or know what is wrong with me. Basically long story short. I started taking nexium 40mg when I was around 17 years old (I am now 28) I was prescribed this after zoton did not work for my stomach acid. Nexium always worked...

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  • dave74581 1

    Kidney damaged?

    Been prescribed Nexium 20mg for mild acid problem, had to stop after 11 days bcoz of too many side effects including high BP, dizzyness, heavy headed, ring in the ear and Creatinine level reached upper limit - 13mg/L. 71 days since stoppage and still no improvement. Some advises most welcomed.

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  • john80670 4

    esomeprazol emozul 20mg

    Hi just a question i ahve been on Omeprazole and lansoprazole and now trying esomeprazol emozul 20mg to see if they help. As anyone else tried these and i also notice the tablet as no writing on at all never seen that before.

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  • youngatheart1 5

    Esomeprazole tablets or capsules

    Have taken some kind of PPI for over 8 years now many of them on 40mg esomeprazole, about 2 years ago GP changed to capsules and said that tablets no longer available, they are just more expensive, I always felt that they were not so good and when in November last year my GP asked me to go to 20mg a...

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  • fergie1969 1
  • Guest M

    Over the past year I have not taken food as I should hav...

    Over the past year I have not taken food as I should have, this has led me to loose over 2 stone. After a endoscopy in May 2006 I was put on Esomeprazole - this was to be taken for 2 months. This has caused me to have nausea/sickness although I am eating I do not feel as good as I did before starting...

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  • nancyj1979 2

    Nexium vs non branded esomoprazole

    Hi  I have been on lansoprazole 30 mgs for about 10 years now. Recently I was under a lot of stress and had a bad flare up. My doctor referred me to a gastronentologist which 2 weeks. By the time my appointment I had improved a lot through eating foods that did not trigger acid. The gastronentologist...

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  • thi20955 4

    Nexium and side effect

    Anyone here while taking Nexium suffer diarrhea. I have diarrhea more often and it becomes severe. I looke up the net and it says it is side effect and it is rare. So please tell me if anyone experience like me with watery stools but no pain. I have been taken Nexium combined with Zantac for 6 months...

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  • mikejduk 1

    I'm dealing with one pain at the expense of another

    When I found that the standard Omeprazole wasn't keeping my digestion pain at bay I was moved on to Epsom er azole.  The continued use of these has led to a significant rise in bone and muscle pain, particularly in my legs and back regions. Unfortunately,  bone and muscle pain are a warned side effect...

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  • jeaniea1 2

    Private prescription In the UK

    can anybody tell me if there a way I can get Nexium on a nhs prescription I'm 65 and been told if I want these they would be put on a private prescription. Beside one inhaler these are the only tablets I ask for. The private script cost me £37 not a happy patient but these are the only ones that work...

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  • jeaniea1 2

    Private prescription

    Nexuim AstraZeneca tablet 40 mg (Esomeprazole) My GP has told me that if I want to carry on taken these the practice will only put them on a private prescription. Are they able to do this. I have tried all the others and they don't work. The reason given was the cost 

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  • youngatheart1 5

    Article in today's Mail on Line

    Yes, I know it is the MOL and yes I should not believe all I read, but there may just be something in this article relating higher risk of heart attacks due to taking PPI, esomeprazole and lanzoprazole mentioned. I have been having palpitations and chest pain for over a year now and been on 40mg esomeprazole...

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  • Danish_Hayat 1
  • Guest M

    Esomeprazole

    Since my operation last year to remove yet another Tumour, this time alogn with a part of my right lung I have been suffering with Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (indigestion) - which can at times be rather painful. I have been prescribed three different types of medication by my GP; all have been...

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  • Guest M

    Nexium is GREAT!

    :D I take Nexium 20mg once a day at breakfast. Prescribed by my GP after I found Rennies and Bisodol no longer kept down my reflux pain. An absolute miracle. No pain at all. BUT if I miss a day then it all comes back to remind me what hell it is to have reflux. A gastroscopy showed nothing wrong with...

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  • Guest M

    Nexium

    I have Barretts and Hiatus hernia and since taking Nexium i have no reflux at all and my endoscopy shows good recovery, i now only need to see my specialist every 12 months. This is the only product i have tried that really works, it is almost instant. I do not have any side effects at all, i am on 50...

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  • Guest M

    i recently had my first child after i started getting re...

    i recently had my first child after i started getting really bad sickness and excess burping and i couldnt eat because of it so i went to my doc he prescibed me nexium mups and they seem to work but i have heard u can get stomach olsers and other things because of it i am only 20 and prgnant again living...

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  • Guest M

    my pharmacist told me to-day I cannot any longer get ome...

    my pharmacist told me to-day I cannot any longer get omeprazole by genericsltd potters bar, because it is only supplied to hospitals now . I am now in trouble and pain because no other makr suits me ,can anyone help me please -- i livein devon. :headhurts::headhurts::ill: This message was automatically...

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  • Guest M

    I have only recently been prescribed 40mg of Esomeprazol...

    I have only recently been prescribed 40mg of Esomeprazole and I must say I`m feeling so much better. My last endoscopy was 5 years ago and I was diagnosed with a Duodenal ulcer and a Hiatus hernia and I was only 25 at the time!!. I`ld say it`s been in the last 2 years I have suffered terribly with my...

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  • Guest M

    i have been on this medication for some time and recentl...

    i have been on this medication for some time and recently had to see a consultant as my stomach is far worse, and i have been told they think i have gastroparisis. the doctor is going to do a radio isotope meal test but in the meantime has decided to try putting up my medication. since starting the extra...

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