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Is It Safe To Take Pepto If You Have Gastritis
Maybe: If you are diabetic it may raise your blood sugar. Why do you want to take ginseng? It's an unregulated herbal. For what ever reason you want to take ginseng as your doctor for advice to treat the condition with an FDA approved medication that maybe safer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Under supervision: Ponstan is among a class of medication called Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs), which may trigger asthma attacks. Therefore, it is best to ensure that all of your doctors - the one who prescribed both the ponstan and the one treating your asthma, are in communication with one another and coordinating your care regarding your ponstan dose. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it safe to use dantrolene if i have gastric ulcer?
would it be better for me to take injection?
Hepatotoxicty: I am assuming that you are not taking Dantrolene in an emergent life-threatening condition. If so the injectable form should be used. Otherwise, Dantrolene pills has a potential for hepatotoxicity. It should be safe to take with gastric ulcer unless it is very severe and actively bleeding and you are not allowed to take oral medications. ...Read more
Is IBGard for IBS safe to take if you have gastritis/GERD? I want to try it but am concerned it may hurt my stomach.
My opinion only: Won't hurt Probably Won't help (No scientifically based medical evidence) Hope this is helpful Dr Z ...Read more
Likely safe: There is little evidence that eating garlic is acutely dangerous for a person with reflux disease. However, many people find that garlic increases their symptoms. On the other hand, some people believe that garlic is good for their condition. An individual may have to rely on their own response with regard to garlic. ...Read more
No: There is a possible link between Accutane and exacerbation of inflammatory bowel disease. Therefore Accutane should not be used in chrons. Antibiotics may also be an issue. An alternative would be a combination of diet, limit sugar and carbs, zinc supplementation, and the use of a laser which heats the oil glands to shrink the glands and blue light. Another treatment is pdt which could be used ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NSAID : Sampter's triad is allergy to aspirin, asthma, and nasal polyps . Since diclofenac is an nsaid, similar to aspirin, you were probably advised not to take it to avoid worsening sinus polyps and problems. If you don't have allergies to nsaids or asthma, you are probably ok to take it. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
Is it safe to take Zantac (ranitidine) when you don't know if you're experiencing the reflux symptoms?
Why do you take it?: Mag oxide is intended to replace body magnesium when low. Most magnesium products cause loose stools. Hence, milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) for constipation. So, it may worsen the diarrhea symptoms of crohn's. If so, your doc can give you i. V. Magnesium over a few hours in outpatient setting. If using it for cramps etc, other options may suit you better. ...Read more
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