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Do PPIs have long-term side effects? - Harvard Health Publications

9/10/2014
01:16 | Author: Evan Martin

Long term use of nexium
Do PPIs have long-term side effects? - Harvard Health Publications

by the proton-pump inhibitors, or PPIs, which include esomeprazole (Nexium), But the main use of acid reducers is to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease, Researchers found a link between long-term use of PPIs and hip fractures.

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difficile by swallowing it. By making the stomach less acidic, PPIs may leave the door ajar to infections that wouldn’t have taken hold had the acid levels been normal — a pH of 4 or less. People get infected with C.

Many doctors monitor the B12 levels of their patients taking PPIs. By lowering stomach acid levels, PPIs might affect the body’s absorption of calcium, which in turn could lead to osteoporosis and fractures. PPIs may also affect vitamin B12 levels because the body can’t absorb the vitamin without stomach acid to uncouple the vitamin from protein in food.

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NEXIUM Safety and Side Effects NEXIUM (esomeprazole

7/9/2014
01:08 | Author: Evan Martin

Long term use of nexium
NEXIUM Safety and Side Effects NEXIUM (esomeprazole

Chronic (lasting a long time) inflammation of the stomach lining (Atrophic Gastritis). If low magnesium levels happen, it is usually after a year of treatment.

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FDA sounds alarm on dangers of antacid drugs - Chris Kresser

5/8/2014
03:12 | Author: Caitlin White

Long term use of nexium
FDA sounds alarm on dangers of antacid drugs - Chris Kresser

The FDA report cautions against high doses or prolonged use of PPIs, because .. the damage that long term use of nexium drugs and alike can do to humans.

I have done well on it for a long time but just have started again with the burning stomach and nausea. I took it for 3 days and was so sick I almost went to the emergency room. My GP actually mentioned that Nexium could contribute to the problem and he promptly put me on famotidine. Where can I find more information about nexium? Erica says. 10 years and different PPI’s nexium being the last one. The gastro doc I went to years ago did the endoscopy and just said ‘keep on taking the medicine’.

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NEXIUM - A Staggering Number of Side Effects

3/7/2014
05:04 | Author: Devin Garcia

Long term use of nexium
NEXIUM - A Staggering Number of Side Effects

This is a very popular heart drug used for years to treat high blood pressure In general, NEXIUM was well tolerated in both short and long-term clinical trials.

NEXIUM - A Staggering Number of Side Effects By Ted Twietmeyer 5-15-7.

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Nexium Side Effects in Detail

1/6/2014
07:40 | Author: Caitlin White

Long term use of nexium
Nexium Side Effects in Detail

Learn about the potential side effects of Nexium (esomeprazole). Includes As your body gets used to the medicine these side effects may disappear. The risk was significantly increased among patients prescribed long-term high PPIs.

Some esomeprazole side effects may not need any medical attention. As your body gets used to the medicine these side effects may disappear. Your health care professional may be able to help you prevent or reduce these side effects, but do check with them if any of the following side effects continue, or if you are concerned about them:.

Hypersensitivity side effects have rarely included allergic reactions (less than 1%). Toxic epidermal necrolysis (some cases fatal) and Stevens-Johnson syndrome have also been reported.

Data sources include Micromedex (updated Sep 26th, 2014), Cerner Multum (updated Oct 16th, 2014), Wolters Kluwer (updated Oct 9th, 2014) and others.

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