Esomeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor that diminishes the measure of acid created in the stomach. This medicine is utilized to treat indications of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and different conditions including extreme stomach acid, for example, Zollinger-Ellison disorder. This medicine is additionally used to advance the healing of erosive esophagitis (harm to your throat brought about by stomach acid). This medicine may likewise be given to avert gastric ulcer brought about by disease with Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), or by the utilization of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). This medicine isn’t for prompt help of acid reflux side effects.
Esomeprazole is utilized to treat certain stomach and throat issues, (for example, heartburn, ulcers). It works by diminishing the measure of acid your stomach makes. It calms side effects, for example, indigestion, trouble gulping, and cough. This medicine helps cure acid harm to the stomach and throat and averts ulcers.
Use precisely as coordinated on the label, or as endorsed by your specialist. The prescribed dosage of Esomeprazole is 40mg. This medicine is mostly given for 4 to 8 weeks only. Your primary care physician may suggest a second course of treatment if you need extra healing time. Take each portion with a full glass of water. This medicine should be taken around half an hour before a meal. Gulp down the medicine and don’t try to bite, break, or open it. Use this prescription for the full endorsed time duration, regardless of whether your symptoms rapidly improve. Call your primary care physician if your indications don’t improve or if they get more serious while you are taking this prescription.
- Try not to take this medicine:
- If you are sensitive to other proton siphon inhibitor meds
- If you are taking a medication containing nelfinavir (used to treat HIV disease).
- If you are adversely affected by esomeprazole or any of the different elements of this prescription
- Try not to take this medicine if any of the above concern you. If you don’t know, converse with your primary care physician before taking this medicine.
- Stomach pain
- Dry mouth