Can eno Tums (calcium carbonate) cure stomach ulcer?

No. Eno is a fruit salt antacid used to decrease bloating. Eno releases trapped gas which can then be discharged by belching. Eno neutralizes excess stomach acid.
Usually not. Tums contain calcium carbonate, which is very good and very bad for ulcers in the stomach or duodenum (intestine). The good is it's a great antacid. The bad is calcium strongly stimulates acid production. So two hours later, you have more acid than ever. Are you sure you have an ulcer? If so, proton pump inhibitors like Omeprazole work well, and often h2 blockers like ranitidine work too.

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Would calcium carbonate indigestion tablets be any good for potential stomach ulcer?

Stomach ulcer. Hello, calcium carbonate tablets will help to resolve symptomatic dyspepsia and heartburn. It may help reduce an ulcer however there are other medications your doctor may wish to consider. An endoscopy might be in order. Read more...

Peptic/gastric ulcer? Dull burning pain in sternum, slightly left center. Woke with "acid throat"? Tums (calcium carbonate) helps a bit. If "p/c" when is it an emrgcny?

Call doctor. Would call your doctor and tell him your symptoms. He can determine the next best course of action. Read more...
Probably esophagus. Description is more for reflux of stomach content/acid into esophagus. Avoid coffee, tobacco, alcohol, fatty foos, spicy food, lying down after eating, eating before bedtime, chocolate. Short term ppi meds may help. Any shprtness of breath, sweats, etc see md asap. Doubt cardiac; unlikely ulcer. Call md if continues. Read more...

I ran out of my antacid ulcer medicine so I took some Tums (calcium carbonate) calcium/calcium supplement. Is that bad?

No. Although antacids do not work the same way or as effectively as a prescription medication, Tums (calcium carbonate) can be of minor help while you get your prescription refilled. Make sure you see your doctor to make sure your current regiment is working for you. Read more...
No. Calcium carbonate was the first type of antacid and is safe to take unless your blood calcium is elevated or you have a history of calcium kidney stones. Read more...
Tums (calcium carbonate) Safe, as long as u don't use in excess, your calcium is normal, and your kidney functions are ok. Read more...

How do you cure an upset stomach, when you don't have any tums, (calcium carbonate) rolaids etc., are there home remedies that work?

More specific please. "upset stomach" is not enough information to help you. Do you have nausea with/without vomiting, fullness, bloating, gassiness, pain (if so in what location(s)), bleeding, diarrhea/constipation/change in baseline bowel habits, tenderness, distension? Are you pregnant, have underlying disease, >60? Read more...

Severe stomach pain, Tums (calcium carbonate) helped, what is it?

Lots of things... Our brain can't tell the difference in pain signals from heart, esophagus, stomach, duodenum, liver, pancreas, bile ducts, liver, or gallbladder. So illnesses of any of those organs causes upper abdominal pain; gallbladder is most common. Since Tums (calcium carbonate) help, it may be excess acid ; and ulcer (but not for sure). See dr. ; get proper diagnosis; good luck! Read more...