Switching PPIS

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Can you get a temporary rebound if you switch to a dose equivalent ppi

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    hi Chris this is something I want to know too my doctor as given me a different ppi the same strength but I'm scared incase get worse acid because I'm suffering from heartburn every day and burping up after food that burning me and making me have q dies throat as well as burning I chest

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    I have changed 3 times in the last year after taking esomeprazole for 15 years it was burning my stomach. Given lansoprazol and then pantoprazole by mistake, both worked the same way without rebound. They all do the same things just in slightly different and nexium/esomeprazole is the best

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