Use Of Drugs For Hypertension And A History Of Stomach Acid?
Afternoon Mr. Adi,
Thank you for the question.
Heartburn is a term from a collection of symptoms of upper digestive system disorders such as flatulence, frequent belching, nausea, vomiting, and others. To relieve heartburn it is necessary to do the following:
Avoid or at least limit consumption of caffeine (coffee, tea, chocolate, soda)
Eat healthy foods regularly, avoid skipping meals, eat small portions but often
Avoid spicy, high fat, acidic foods
Manage psychological stress
Avoid taking unnecessary drugs that are acidic, such as ibuprofen
If you have done the tips above but the complaints still persist, then consider drugs such as antacids, omeprazole. To avoid unwanted drug interactions, give a distance when taking ulcer drugs with other drugs, including captopril, which is about 2 hours. Read carefully the rules for the use of drugs that are on the label, if in doubt, you should consult directly with the doctor who examined you. Because sometimes, there are certain medical conditions that the patient is not aware of which makes the patient actually not allowed to take certain types of drugs.
So hopefully it can help.