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I've been taking a Ranitidine based acid reducer daily and calcium based anti-acids tablets whenever I felt a little iffy. Is it safe for me to keep on taking the ranitidine (75 mg per day)? I'm a poor college student with cheap health insurance coverage. Going to the doctor would probably mean not being able to eat much for a week or so, so I only want to go if it's absolutely necessary. Any suggestions or advice would be more than welcome. Thank you, John.
I've been taking a Ranitidine based acid reducer daily and calcium based anti-acids tablets whenever I felt a little iffy. Is it safe for me to keep on taking the ranitidine (75 mg per day)? I'm a poor college student with cheap health insurance coverage. Going to the doctor would probably mean not being able to eat much for a week or so, so I only want to go if it's absolutely necessary. Any suggestions or advice would be more than welcome. Thank you, John.
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I drink one, non prescription strength, acid reducing pill, (ranitidine tablets USP, 75 mg), just about every morning before work. I bought the pills at the pharmacy in Walmart. I get very hungry and thirsty and feel constant pain in my throat. To-day, Monday, is the third day now that my throat is blocked up and I have decided to stay away from work untill my throat decides to get un-blocked. My wife that I love very much is besides herself with worry. Can you give me any good advice?
I still have 300 mg Ranitidine so maybe I should take that at night and continue with 40 mg Nexium in the AM and see if that combo helps. The last gastro Rx'd 40 mg Nexium bid which is what I have been doing but not sure it is helping. The esophageal specialist would like me to go to 40 mg QAM instead of twice a day but said if it is helping I can take it bid as long as I still have symptoms for the testing. Ugh.
I also took hydroxyzine in the evening. Later added was ranitidine for dual purpose. I have acid reflex. It became under control where I was just on zyzal. All prior treatment meds. were elliminated. I was going to be tested for allergies. One and one half days later it came right back. To complicate matters during the first week of starting treatment meds. again, I took feledine,an antiinflammatory for chronic back pain. I developed a severe reaction.
When they finally found out that is wasn't an allergy, but low TSH, I was put on Synthroid. The hives went about 75% away. Then I went to an immunologist who put me on Singulair and Zyrtec. Then they went away. Now here I am in 2009 and they are back. Currently I am on Singulair, Zyrtec, Levothyroxine (of course), Hydroxyzine, Prednisone, and about 6-8 Benadryls a day. Still they come back...... I am seeing an endo at UCLA in a few weeks and I am praying he can help me.
This morning I took my antihistamines (Allegra 180mg, Singulaire 10mg, Ranitidine 150 mg, Atarax 50mg), waited one hour and took my Tirosint. This past week the antihistamines haven't even touched my hives, they've just been spreading and getting worse all week. Within 2 hours, the itching stopped and it appears the hives are going away. The mistake I made previously when I started Tirosint was d/c'ing all my antihistamines.
Benadryl of course stops the swelling if started early enough -- and again, 75 mg is the necessary dosage. When we cannot control the symptoms (that is, when they occur on two or three days in a row), we have a Prednizone prescription. We have a TUE (Therapeutic Use Exemption) that permits him to compete internationally. But we are reluctant to give steroids to a teenage boy. He missed 19 days of school in the Fall semester due to the swelling/benadryl combination.
I've been on hydroxizine, xyzal, fexofenidine, doxepin, claritan, ranitidine, and of course, the dreaded prednisone. I have found that all anti-histhamines so far have little to no effect. I get hives when I work-out or sweat, when I swim, when a cold wind hits me, during my period, when I'm sick, and sometimes for no reason at all. The only drug that seems to be effective is prednisone, which makes me fat and jittery. I feel like a fluffy pillow or a marshmallow when I take prednisone.
Initially, most anti-histamines were not effective at treating it but in later years I found Fexofenadine hydrochloride 180 mg (Allegra/Telfast) prevents attacks. There is plenty of good literature available online on Cholinergic Allergies (try searching in www.scholar.google.com). Basically, the average time you will suffer is 7 years, although people can suffer on and off for 30 years. I am sorry to tell you this but apparently there is NOTHING you can do to get rid of it.
My coping stratagies include regular antihistimines namely ceterizine once daily and chlorphenamine four times daily at present although this will always be subject to change if resistance occurs and i have to be totally honest in saying these tablets have been an absolute god send for me even though i'm aware lot's of specialists dissagree of there usefulness they'd have a hell of a job denying how they have improved my life and i have an absolute cast iron diagnosis that it is definatly water
25 MG/DL NORMAL RANGE(0-0.5) sensivity of assay is 0.012 mg/dl I so not understand these reports as I dont know these terms. I am waiting for throat sawp result and ultrasound and then i will take my reports to the doctor. I am happy that i dont have HIV, do you think i will be safe now, my future husband does not have any HIV or HPV. he does now about my abnormal cell growth. Take care dear, its such a relief to share things here. God Bless you! Kind regards.
Flushing, or blushing, is associated with the erythema (reddening caused by dilation of capillaries) of the face, neck, and shoulder, after consumption of alcohol. There is some evidence that by ingesting Ranitidine (such as Zantac) prior to usage, you can bi-pass this metabolic pathway. Flushing can be caused by many factors listed below. Have you tried cutting out the alcohol to determine if it may be the cause? Let me know if this helps. Cheers!
) I have to take a lot of medicine for my heart disease and also take 12,000 mg for it as an experiment to stop the artery spasms and wondered if I was starting to become allergic to it in such high doses. I have been on it for 3 years. Well I will get off here for now and check back to see how everyone is doing. I wish everyone and itch free day.
took me off all the junk that had thus far been prescribed (including anti-psychotics -- tells you just what these other docs thought of me, eh?), and put me on 50 mg. of Doxepin at bedtime (it really knocks you out, and I definitely was in need of some sleep by this time -- plus I was in dire need of the anti-depressant effect as well), plus four mg. of Xanax spaced throughout the day. He also recommended the books written by Claire Weekes, and the result of my reading and the meds.
I’ve run the gamut of big name (and store brand) over-the-counter gas and acid medicines, spending too much money on chalky, fruit-flavored tablets, minty gel strips and nasty, thick liquids that didn’t solve my problem. I couldn’t pinpoint a specific food or drink that could be described as the catalyst for this horrible feeling because sometimes if I ate pizza I felt like I was going to die, and then other times I could eat pizza and there were no symptoms at all.
3 years ago I lost a dramatic amount of weight, 75-80 lbs in 7 mths on the Atkins Diet. With that diet not focusing much on fat, we had thought that I destroyed my gall bladder in turn. Plumenting from being over 185 lbs to around 110 was a big thing and though I was happy to shed the pounds, I don't know what this has cost me in the long run. Since this problem began again a few months ago, I have lost a few more lbs because it is hard for me to eat at times as I get that pain very bad.
I've read many times that zinc can reduce body odor. I tried zinc tablets in the past and they didn't help. Maybe increasing absorption of the zinc will help.
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