ppi lowering platelate count

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ever since i started ppi my platelate count going down. is it possible that ppi is responsible for it? my doc prescribed me ppi for wrong reason but after taking it for two months i could not come off it and now its been almost 2.5 years i am taking it. recently my gum is bleeding too much. i am spiting blood too. trying to stop ppi but it looks like almost impossible. i had no health problems prior ppi but since i started taking this devil my life is finished. it broke my immune system . did anybody able to come off thease s**t?

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    Hi there

    I came off them after six years, you just need to drop the dose down gradually. I am surprised about the bleeding gums mind you. If in doubt try and get to see a gastro specialist. I am no Dr but wish you the very best of luck.

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      i have been to many doctors in thease three years on ppi. i have been to 4gastro specialist,2 GP, 2 Ent spl, dentist . i don't trust doctors anymore. i was very fit before this ppi nightmare started. how long did you tapered your ppi ? and what kind of rebound did you faced ? its been almost 4 months i am taking zantac instead of ppi . but i am still struggling. few things has improved but i still have lot of acidity and my stomach hurts . i am wondering how long it will take the rebound to go or i have something else like zollinger Ellison.

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    Hi and sorry about yr current ordeal.

    It can be hard to come off ppi. It needs to be gradual.

    Have u changed yr lifestyle to h3lp yrself?

    Ive been ill for 2 yrs and things have improved a little. Its hard work.

    See gastro. Bleeding gums is often low vitamin C.

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