Many heartburn medicines such as Nexium, Prevacid or Prilosec can be hard to discontinue once a person has taken them for a month or two. The result of stopping them suddenly can be rebound hyperacidity, leading to agonizing discomfort and driving many people back to the medications. Find out how to get off them safely.
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Great info to help others wean off PPIs. I have taken Nexium for many years, but have decided to transition to natural remedies. Thanks to you, I now have the info to succeed, with the least side effects. Kudos…
I didn’t find this article helpful at all. Tagamet wasn’t enough to keep down the acid. I know it is only 2 dollars but it is totally useless
Very helpful. I find that chewing a piece of lemon rind before and after meals helps a great deal. Also, a 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda relieves quickly and apple cider vinegar in water is helpful. Dr. Low Dog has recommended 6 mg. of Melatonin at night for a couple of months and I also found that helpful. Much better to use natural remedies than the drugs…. I became totally depended on them.
I do use a good digestive enzyme as well.
This article was very informative! I will print it to show mine and my mother’s doctors. We are both taking PPIs for a long time now. Scary what goes on with drug companies and medical people. Thanks for the needed info.!