Nexium

February 4th, 2011 by Helen Scholz

Nexium Side Effects

Heartburn is sometimes confused with the 1st signs of a cardiac arrest.

Seek emergency medical aid if you have chest agony or heavy feeling, discomfort extending to the arm or shoulder, nausea, sweating, and a general ill feeling. You shouldn’t take this medicine if you’re allergic to esomeprazole or to any other benzimidazole medicine like albendazole ( Albenza ), or mebendazole ( Vermox ). If you have dreadful liver illness you could need an esomeprazole dose adjustment or special tests. Esomeprazole isn’t for instant relief of angina symptoms. Some conditions are treated with a mix of esomeprazole and antibiotics. Use all medicines as directed by your GP. Read the medicine guide or patient instructions supplied with each medicine.

Don’t change your doses or medicine schedule without your doctor’s information. Take this medicine for the full prescribed time period. Your symptoms may improve before the condition is entirely dealt with.