Aciphex Frequently Asked Questions
It is time we talked about those of us who suffer from gastro esophageal reflux disease. It is very few information given about the symptoms of GERD, and we feel that it is our responsibility to hook you up with information that may be useful for you in the future. If you need some sort of medication that will help to decrease the amount of acid that was produced inside your stomach, you have to get yourself Aciphex. But this is the only function of the drug. It magically prevents gastric ulcer caused by infection. In other words, you stomach will be grateful for Aciphex if you decide to purchase it.
People usually email us with lots of questions about this stomach treatment. The questions vary too much for us to name the most frequently asked one. But here is what people wonder about the most when it comes to Aciphex.
What if I am allergic to Aciphex?
If you know you are allergic to Rabeprazole, or other medications such as Lansoprazole (Prevacid), Esomeprazole (Nexium), Omeprazole (Prilosec, Zegerid), or Pantoprazole (Protonix) avoid the consumption of the drug. Not only it will not help you with your problem, but it can give you allergies plus side-effects that will keep you in a very unpleasant health state for a long time.
Can I combine Aciphex with other drugs?
No, it is not permitted to combine acid decreasing tablets with other drugs especially antibiotics. So if you are currently taking pills of some other type, wait until the treatment is over to start the new one. There are cases when Aciphex requires additional antibiotics but they should be only those that are recommended to go with it, not just random drugs.
What if my dosage is too little?
If you feel like the dosage you were prescribed is too little, talk about it with your doctor. Maybe your health state doesn’t let the dosage to be increased, or maybe you doctor wants to increase it step by step. Either way communication with healthcare assistants is important. Don’t be afraid to tell your doctor you have doubts; don’t be ashamed of your question. It is important that you are satisfied and comfortable with the whole treatment.
Can I consume Aciphex while pregnancy?
No, you cannot. If you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant, don’t let this drug have anything to do with you.
These were the most popular questions for the past few weeks. We hope they have been useful to you at least a little bit. If you have questions of your own that you didn’t find the answer to, feel free to email us and clear your thoughts. We will be happy to help you get your perfect treatment!