Buy Prevacid from our online pharmacy. It is also generically known as Lansoprazole, a medicine used for the treatment of the production of acid in the body - this may lead to the damage of other digestive organs in the body.
Prevacid is stomach ulcer medication, and as such it is indicated for patients for the treatment and prevention of stomach ulcers, erosive esophagitis or the damage of the esophagus due to the overproduction of acid in the stomach. Prevacid is also used for the treatment of Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome.
Prevacid may also be used for other purposes aside from the above mentioned conditions.
Prevacid should be administered with care for patients with phenylketonuria as the 15mg and 30mg of Prevacid contains 2.5mg and 5.1mg of phenylalanine per tablet.
Prevacid and Pregnancy
Prevacid belongs to the drug categorized in the Pregnancy Category B which means that it is unknown as to whether drinking Prevacid may cause harm to the pregnant woman or to her unborn baby. If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, then it is best that you first discuss with your doctor to determine the benefits of drinking Prevacid, the stomach ulcer medication. It is not also known as to whether the active ingredient of Prevacid has a tendency to be passed through breast milk. Before deciding to breastfeed, you should consult with your doctor.
Prevacid Intake Guidelines
Prevacid should be taken exactly as your doctor prescribed the intake. Each dose must be taken with a full glass of water. Prevacid should be taken prior to a meal. If you have difficulty in swallowing the capsules, it can be opened and sprinkled into a teaspoonful of applesauce and stirred into the mixture. The mixture should then be consumed immediately. The contents of the capsule can also be mixed into cottage cheese, yogurt, strained pears, apple, orange and tomato. Please note that the mixture should be consumed immediately afterwards.
For patients with nasogastric tubes in their system, the Prevacid capsules may be opened and the granules can be mixed with 40ml of apple juice to be injected through the nasogastric tube in the stomach. The nasogastric tube must be then flushed with more apple juice to wash away the medicine in the nasogastric tube.
For the soluble Prevacid, the tablet to be taken must be placed on the tongue for the particles to disintegrate from the tablet. Once the tablet has disintegrated into pieces that can easily be ingested, you may then safely swallow the medicine. Prevacid Solutabs are not designed to be swallowed whole or to be chewed. The tablet must be allowed to disintegrate on the tongue with or without the aid of water. The Prevacid Solutabs are designed to disintegrate in under a minute.
Consult your doctor for the proper dosage of administration. Your doctor may base your dosage based on your body weight, on the degree of acidity to be treated, and other factors as well.
The symptoms of Prevacid overdose are unknown. If symptoms of overdose are suspected, you must immediately seek emergency medical attention.
Prevacid Missed Dose
Prevacid must not be double-dosed. If you miss a dose, then take before the next dose (if it is still a long time off). However, if it is near the next dose, entirely forego that dose and wait for the next one.
Prevacid Side Effects
Prevacid stomach ulcer medication is not known to cause serious side effects. However allergies may occur. Immediately seek medical attention if you experience hives, swelling of the lips, mouth and tongue and closing of throat.
Other side-effects of Prevacid include:
Prevacid Drug Reactions
Prevacid may interact with other drugs such as:
Always inform your doctor of the medicines and drugs you are taking so that they may advise you on what further actions to take.
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