Can you take zantac and tums

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If you feel zantac is not enough for the acid problem, you can take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> or liquid anti-acid, but you need to space it apart- like wait at least a couple hours after taking your zantac to do it. Also, you should let your doctor know if the zantac is not sufficiently treating your symptoms. You might consider peptobismol if nausea ensues, again spacing it out from when you took the zantac, because tums may not be so great for nausea as it is heartburn.
yes, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> are my best friend. they were before I even became pregnant! I have really bad sinus drainage and stuff so I pop at the least 8 tums a day. not to mention, they are a good source of calcium, too!
Chocolate is one of the things that leads to heartburn. :) & you can take tums regularly as described on the container.
I take Ranitidine 150mg at least once a day. I had my OB prescribe it to me but you can get it over the counter.
milk, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span>, you can also take zantac or Pepcid - its perfectly safe. for me, water makes it worse!
U can get pepcid perscribed from dr take it at night. And also can take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> after you eat. Acid reflux ***** and it only gets worse (for some people) i have had it since day 1. Only get it when pregnant. Thats what urged me to take a test when i found out lol. Hope i figure it out.
Ask your OBGYN if you can have <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> for your heart burn. Mine said I could and that is the only thing that helps me. I don't eat before bed, but get heart burn even with a glass of water. Prop yourself up with pillows- that does seem to help a little. You can probably just call the nurse at your OBGYN office to make sure it's safe to have tums. I only chew 2 at first. If it doesn't get better, I take one more.
Definitely do not take that many. Read the bottle to find out exactly what the max amount recommended (it varies brand to brand, dosage to dosage).
I was talking to my FIL about it because he gets horrible acid reflux when he eats the wrong things and was telling me if it was heartburn, the baking soda and tums would work but when it's reflux, you need something stronger or else the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> can create more acid. I can see that...because I could take 3 <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> when I have the acid reflux and it doesn't do a thing! I am definitely going to talk to my midwife about it and see what she says.
Instead of going off the drug, why not continue it as prescribed by your doctor and contact your doctor to determine if you should go off it, what is causing the GERD, and what tests you can take to determine the cause of your discomfort. I'd urge you to have tests, such as motility and endoscopies, and ignore drug advice from boards and what you read on the internet. Keep us informed, and sorry for your discomfort!
to get adequate potassium back in your body as well, as low potassium can give you muscle cramps, weakness, make you feel faint, etc.. Some steps you can take are dietary- cutting out dairy, spicy, fatty and fried foods, as well as citrus, peppermint, and anything you notice really sets off your acid problem.
If you are taking an iron supplement then please be careful with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span>. They can reduce the absorption of iron. I took papaya enzyme for heart burn. You have to take it before you actually eat. You can find it at health food stores. Works like a charm.
Like mkh9 says another reason for a weird bitter taste can be from acid reflux and that is why the tums have helped you. If it doesn't settle you can get Gaviscon or <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zantac</span> as suggest by mkh9. I don't know if you can buy zantac without a prescription, you would have to check with the pharmacist. There are other stomach remedies available to purchase from the pharmacy without a prescription if you cannot afford to see your doctor.
I've had acid reflux since my last pregnancy. Your doctor can give you omeprazole in pregnancy which help. If you dont want to take pill, don't eat anything spicy, no fizzy pops etc. Kept proped up in bed. Milk helps.
I didn't take <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zantac</span>, but I was ok'd for Prevacid during my first pregnancy. They all vary in their classes so I would just check with your doctor on what the rating is and decide the best option. Good luck!
Omeprazole 80 mg/day, which did next to nothing after 18 months, then asked for a stronger pill that I could take 1xD, and the doc prescribed pantoprazole 40mg, and it worked like magic and I saw a huge difference within 2 weeks. Have now been on it for about 6 months and feel better than I have felt in years. Spoke with the doc today about possibly going on a lower dose and eventually just stop.
Have you ever been diagnosed with GERD? Have you ever just tried taking a few <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span>? That may work also. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> can be very effective, and they are completely safe. Make sure you are taking the Prozac as prescribed. I'm not sure why you've been "on and off" the Prozac, but that kind of pattern can lead to difficulties in tolerating the med...it can increase side effects, and decrease the efficacy. So, my advice is to just stick with it...take it regularly, as prescribed.
but mylanta pepic ac maalox,tums any of those zantac. Just remember the rule of thumb above !
Try Pepcid my dr recommended one in the morning before I eat and one at night it helps plus you can take it with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> if it comes during the day!
for heartburn you can try drinking milk, or medication wise <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> and zantac 75mg or 150 up to twice a day is ok to take during pregnancy, personally zantac is what has worked best for me
I belch a lot and I take 3-4 <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> a day, sometimes the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> help other times they do not. I have also been having a burning sensation lower, around my belly button and lower. I have tried a lot of medications (Pepicd, zantac, Prilosec, Aciphex and now Nexium). None have really helped that much.
Iam 24 and had this issue for 2 years now and it is the worst I've had every possible test done multiple times!!! In and out of the hospital multiple of times!!!! Its an on going thing!!! Seems like I've tried everything but nothing seems to work. I have panic attacks due to me thinking that I cannot get enough air it bothers so much to the point where I can barely eat sometimes iam just fed up of feeling like this!!
HI sorry to hear your baby has relfux my DD has it as well pretty bad we have gone all the medication and formulas and for us the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zantac</span> did nothing really its just about the same as us taking <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>tums</span> for heartburn...
I feel you am the same,and the only medecine that helps me is <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>zantac</span> 150, but i stoped taking it as soon as i found out i waz preg. ..and i also thought you couldnt take sal diubar picot...i hope i get someawnsers on my first doc.
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