The Order Of Taking Medicines For Stomach Acid Pain?
Hello doctor goodnight, I want to ask you about the order of taking the drug sucralfate, antacids doen, braxidin, raniditin hcl. I was given the drug after seeing a specialist in the doctor, but I forgot to ask the time lag to take the drug, which I know is only sucralfate and antacids are given a distance of 1 and a half hours, and antacids ranitidine can be taken together with braxidin. Is that true? Thank you
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sucralfate is a drug to treat and prevent ulcers and duodenal ulcers. this drug works by forming a layer on the part of the wound and protecting it from stomach acid which can slow healing. where the consumption of sucralfate is empty peut, 1 hour before meals according to the doctor's recommendation to consume sucralfate regularly at the same time every day.
antacids are drugs used to neutralize stomach acid levels. where antacids are taken during or immediately eating and can also be taken 1 hour before eating or 2 hours after eating or before going to sleep, depending on the doctor's recommendation because each doctor gives different according to the patient's condition.
Ranitidine is a drug used to treat symptoms or diseases related to the production of excess acid in the stomach. This medicine is taken 30-60 minutes before eating or 1-2 hours after eating. take the medicine at the same time.
braxidin is a drug to treat anxiety or anxiety disorders and anxiety and additional symptoms such as decreased secretion of the digestive tract. consumed on an empty stomach. can be taken several hours before meals or at night before bed.
In some conditions, a combination of several types of drugs can be useful to relieve complaints more optimally. However, it can also be an improper combination of drugs that have the potential to trigger dangerous side effects, including reducing or multiplying the effects of drugs consumed.
Due to ethical reasons, we are not authorized to explain, whether or not it is appropriate to combine these types of drugs. However, if the drug is obtained directly from a doctor's prescription, then of course the doctor has considered the safety and effectiveness for the patient. It is more appropriate if you consult this directly with the doctor who prescribed it.
There are several things you can do at home
eat little but often
avoid foods that trigger your stomach pain, such as spicy, sour and high in gas
drink enough water at least 8-12 glasses a day
Thus the info I can give
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