Pantoprazole and domperidone

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Until recently, my symptoms have been well conntrolled with medication (Pantoprazole 40mg twice daily and domperidone) and lifestyle modications. I have avoided most problematic foods (onions, garlic, citrus , caffeine, carbonated beverages, chocolate, mint and spicy items). About 3 months ago I started to experience what I consider to be IBS symptoms; bloating, cramps and lots of gas. The discomfort ocurred much lower down than my typical GERD symptoms do.
I've had done a Endoscopy (not sure if thats right) they found nothing and couple months back had a ultrasound and found nothing I've been on Somac Heartburn relief - (pantoprazole 20mg) and also been on Motilium - (domperidone 10mg) it doesn't really help I use to go out on the weekends for lunch and parties and all that but i just can't anymore this problem has really restricted me from going out and it had also taken a toll on my school work.
After being on pantoprazole 2 time per day and domperidone the spasm stopped however the burning continued from by back to my chest. My GI specialist reommended 10 mg of amitriptyline. After 2 days of taking it the burning stopped but I developed the worst upper back and chest pain. This was different from the first pain which was up and down. This new pain was across my upper back and chest.
Pantoprazole (Protonix) is only by perscription and treats GERD which I don't think you have and Domperidone is not FDA approved in the US so I would not recommend either of these suggestion. If it continues you should see your doctor about it but at the moment I don't think you need a ecg (commonly called an EKG).
She is also taking ofloxacin200mg 01BD for the last 15 days and also one capsule daily of Pantoprazole +domperidone combination.But all this is of no avail. She suffers from hypertension too and under medication for the same. Plz. advise me.
I was put on pantoprazole 40 mg twice daily ranitidine 600 mg a day with domperidone 10 mg 3 times a day.for duodentitis why is the acid still very active and eating causes a lot of pain.
After a recuperation of 2 weeks I felt no better so I went back to my Doctor who thought I should expect recuperation to take at least a month, things improved a little but not a lot he then advised that I should have Gastrosphy which I had in early July this revealed a Hiatus Hernia and a healing ulcer and Oesophagitis. I was prescribed Pantoprazole 40mgs one a day symptoms continued i.e intergestion discomfort in the oesophagus so I was told to take two a day symptoms eased temporarily.
Barret esophagus. The gastroenterologist took some tissues to analysis (I’m still waiting for the results). Is this evolution normal (from esophagitis grade 4 to BE in 6 months?). Is the surgical therapy an option to be considered at this stage? Thanks for any advice you can provide.
, abdominal ultrasound and more blood work, she determined i had acid reflux, and prescribed domperidone and pantoprazole. It is now feb27 2010 and I still have the same problem. I have read about early hiv symptoms and what I don't have are the following; vommiting,diarreah,chills,rash,night sweats. what I am experiencing is; upset stomach, mild headaches and backaches, no wanting to eat, growling in bowels and stomach, slight dizziness.
So I went to a gastroenterologist and he said that I have acid reflux so he put me on medication. Omeprazole 20 mg and Pantoprazole sod 40 mg, the medicine is not doing any good. I always thought that if a person had acid reflux they would have a burning in the thoat. I don`t have any burning. Is there a possibility that I have somthing else wrong or could I be taking the medicine wrong. This constantly having to clear my thoat is driving me crazy.
thing for dyspepsia, as it's a highly personal issue. The combination of Domperidone and Pantoprazole (Protonix) has ben pretty good for me, as has something called "Iberogast", which I got from Amazon, and which you can get from a naturopath. Acupuncture has also proven helpful, though i wasn't able to continue that route for a couple of reasons. In the end, the "magic bullet", so to speak, has been a combination of diet, exercise and medications as prescribed by a doc.
i went to the hospital on jan 2 2010 where they ran x-rays and blood and after 6 hours they told me it was gastritis and to take lax-a-day for a week. 2 weeks later i was at my doctors office, she ran an upper g.i. and abdominal ultrasound as well as blood tests , it was later determined that i had acid reflux and prescribed, domperidone, and pantoprazole. well 2 weeks later the symptoms are still there but not as prevalent.
hello doctor... and yes i am 51 years old, and i indeed have consulted a physician. I have contacted multiple and still I have no answer...I am just miserable with this sickness if you could tell me a little more it would help...
You could ask your doctor for an antinausea, antireflux combination like esmoprazole/pantoprazole with domperidone. Keep us posted. Regards.
After a recuperation of 2 weeks I felt no better so I went back to my Doctor who thought I should expect recuperation to take at least a month, things improved a little but not a lot he then advised that I should have Gastrosphy which I had in early July this revealed a Hiatus Hernia and a healing ulcer and Oesophagitis. I was prescribed Pantoprazole 40mgs one a day symptoms continued i.e intergestion discomfort in the oesophagus so I was told to take two a day symptoms eased temporarily.
Each of the possible causes would need to be ruled out with appropriate clinical examination and investigations. You should consult your doctor at the earliest and let us know if you have any other doubts. Keep us posted.
He has tried long periods using Prilosec, Pepcid, Zantac, Kapidex and most recently Pantoprazole 40 mg. His gastroenterologist seems to be running out of ideas. Is there a specific organ we should be looking at? A different kind of test? Should he be taking probiotics? Should he sleep standing up? Thank you for any ideas. At this point we would go to a clinic out of state to get a better result. We live in Pittsburgh.
In any case, ask your doctor about this type of exam, and see whether domperidone, in addition to the Protium (pantoprazole) might help. (By the way, gastroparesis is often associated with childbirth, for some reason.) In the meantime, start moving to a gluten-free diet to see whether it helps. (It might take a few months of a strict gluten-free regimen for symptoms to begin clearing.) In fact, to be on the safe side, try avoiding ALL grains and dairy.
Hi, I suggest that you take an antireflux , antinausea combination for a few days - a combination of esmoprazole/ pantoprazole with domperidone would be good. You should also take an antacid gel two - three times daily. Try to avoid fried, spicy, processed foods. Eat fruits, vegetables and plan your diet thoughfully. Do not lie down immediately after you eat. Take a stroll, or a small walk maybe after every meal. Take small frequent meals which would be digested easily.
You should take a antinausea anti reflux combination preferably for your symptoms - esmoprazole - domperidone; or pantoprazole- domperidone. Are you on any antihistamine medications for your allergies? Do keep us posted and let us know about how you are doing. Regards.
My GP had prescribed Somac (Pantoprazole) and Tazac (Nizatidine) after my 1st endoscopy, but it wasn't until Jan of this year 2012, that I started taking the medication on a daily basis. My questions for you today are the following: 1) How could there be such discrepancy between what the Gastroenterlogist saw and what the biopsy showed. 2) Even with medication and dietary changes, how quickly can the BE progress.
The burning was so bad and severe, its so hot even my chest and breast, also pain under my rib. The doctor prescribe me pantoprazole ( protonix) and ordered me to change my diet with no spicy, pasta sauce, acid fruits, soda drinks. I feel a bit better in 2 weeks but still have burning in my stomach. I went back to my family dr dec 07, told her that I still have burning sensation in my stomach. So dr, sent me to gastroscopy.
You will need to take a combination of medications (under medical supervision) like a proton pump inhibitor such as omeprazole, lansoprazole or pantoprazole empty stomach in the morning and an antacid gel after meals for complete relief. Possibility of H pylori infection too should be looked into by a carbon urea breath test and a combination antibiotic tried. Life style changes that will help include: Avoid heavy meals and eat frequent small meals.
After a recuperation of 2 weeks I felt no better so I went back to my Doctor who thought I should expect recuperation to take at least a month things improved a little but not a lot he then advised that I should have Gastrosphy which I had in early July this revealed a Hiatus Hernia and a healing ulcer and Oesophagitis. I was prescribed Pantoprazole 40mgs one a day symptoms continued i.e intergestion discomfort in the oesophagus so I was told to take two a day symptoms eased temporarily.
You should talk to your doctor about prescribing a combination of esmoprazole/ pantoprazole with domperidone to help with your symptoms of reflux. Post us the CT report and also discuss it with your doctor. You also need to avoid all the substances that you are allergic to. Have you been on oral steroid medications? Have they helped with your symptoms? Keep us posted. Regards.
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