A 30-year-old male asked:
what drug(s) would be useful to take for non-acidic laryngopharyngeal reflux to inhibit pepsin ?
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Family Medicine 57 years experience
PPIs;H2blockers: Proton pump inhibiters like omeprazole, nexium, Prevacid or dexelent by itself or in combination with h2 blockers like ranatadine; Reglan (metoclopramide) will relieve the symptoms of non acid laryngopharyngeal reflux.Robinul forte can also be used as it cuts down the pepsin secretion to some extent.
Along with that life style modifications, elevating the head end of bed avoidfoods like dairy, wheat;eggs, wt loss.
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Last updated Apr 2, 2018
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