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    Anyone had sides from omeprazole et al? Gonna try it with a friend suffering badly and Tums ain't doing it, but she's already on a sea of meds. Tracking sides is no small issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemalt View Post
    Anyone had sides from omeprazole et al? Gonna try it with a friend suffering badly and Tums ain't doing it, but she's already on a sea of meds. Tracking sides is no small issue.
    To me not really any and 40mg 2x ED works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    To me not really any and 40mg 2x ED works for me.
    You take 80mg a day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange24 View Post
    You take 80mg a day?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemalt View Post
    Anyone had sides from omeprazole et al? Gonna try it with a friend suffering badly and Tums ain't doing it, but she's already on a sea of meds. Tracking sides is no small issue.
    Never. Been taking it for years, (but only 14 days at a time). I use 20 mg once daily. By the second day, all symptoms vanish

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemalt View Post
    Anyone had sides from omeprazole et al? Gonna try it with a friend suffering badly and Tums ain't doing it, but she's already on a sea of meds. Tracking sides is no small issue.
    I used lanzoprazole which is basically the same thing as omneprazole, I saw a huge decline in eGFR markers but I abused it for years before I saw the decline in numbers.

    Adding a substantial amount of healthy fats and fruit to my existing paleo food plan removed all symptoms of gerd, Iím literally free after years of pain and suffering. Hope she gets better man, gerd sucks


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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemalt View Post
    Anyone had sides from omeprazole et al? Gonna try it with a friend suffering badly and Tums ain't doing it, but she's already on a sea of meds. Tracking sides is no small issue.
    I got headaches on it so stopped taking it, on prescribed pantoprazole now and it seems to work without sides


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    Thx for all the feedback, excellent stuff. I wound up giving her ranitidine since that's what I have on hand, the omeprazole package is missing somewhere. Seems to have helped quite a bit but she won't take it more than EOD due to stomach issues and nausea paranoia. Can't blame her, never seen someone on such a med soup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemalt View Post
    Thx for all the feedback, excellent stuff. I wound up giving her ranitidine since that's what I have on hand, the omeprazole package is missing somewhere. Seems to have helped quite a bit but she won't take it more than EOD due to stomach issues and nausea paranoia. Can't blame her, never seen someone on such a med soup.
    Digestive stuff is so hard to figure out. An all out carnivore diet or strict keto diet can really help this stuff though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange24 View Post
    Digestive stuff is so hard to figure out. An all out carnivore diet or strict keto diet can really help this stuff though.
    I believe it. Similarly, what HFO3 said about fats and fruits has got me thinking about that as well. Processed foods, sugar, refined grains are far more harmful than we fully know... IMO. A quiet long-term catastrophe for the health of nearly everyone.

    My friend even mentioned yesterday that she gets no heartburn at all if her diet is clean. That kinda wraps it. Gotta drop all the sugar and boxed crap, but it's immensely addictive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemalt View Post
    I believe it. Similarly, what HFO3 said about fats and fruits has got me thinking about that as well. Processed foods, sugar, refined grains are far more harmful than we fully know... IMO. A quiet long-term catastrophe for the health of nearly everyone.

    My friend even mentioned yesterday that she gets no heartburn at all if her diet is clean. That kinda wraps it. Gotta drop all the sugar and boxed crap, but it's immensely addictive.
    Iím certain my issues would be minimal, well they arenít horrible, but if I could give up espresso Iíd heal the sensitive areas that flair up. We have an espresso bar at home and Iíve been pulling shots for 20 years. Giving it up is like dying for me haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange24 View Post
    Iím certain my issues would be minimal, well they arenít horrible, but if I could give up espresso Iíd heal the sensitive areas that flair up. We have an espresso bar at home and Iíve been pulling shots for 20 years. Giving it up is like dying for me haha.
    I now able to enjoy a Starbucks Dark Roast again after taking the Omeprazole. Shit burns going down before and flared up the heartburn.

    Coffee is hard to give up...started drinking it at 15 as my mom always made darn good Italian pressed coffee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    I now able to enjoy a Starbucks Dark Roast again after taking the Omeprazole. Shit burns going down before and flared up the heartburn.
    Yeah been on it a week again just to get some relief. My issues arenít constant. I get major ocd when I feel that sharp pain for a second. Hurts on the left side of my abdomen too where the esophagus junction is. Happens when Iíve been eating too much chocolate or espresso. I need to just lay off for a while and let the inflamed tissue chill out. But...Iím addicted! Maybe if I just cut my consumption down that would help. Getting old sucks! Had iron guts till I was 33 and now Iím a mess sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange24 View Post
    Yeah been on it a week again just to get some relief. My issues arenít constant. I get major ocd when I feel that sharp pain for a second. Hurts on the left side of my abdomen too where the esophagus junction is. Happens when Iíve been eating too much chocolate or espresso. I need to just lay off for a while and let the inflamed tissue chill out. But...Iím addicted! Maybe if I just cut my consumption down that would help. Getting old sucks! Had iron guts till I was 33 and now Iím a mess sometimes.
    Yes give it a month or two before you go back to those foods you loved so that your esophagus has a chance to heal up. Been using the pills myself for over a month and my esophagus feels so much better now as it's healing nicely. Gave up the spicy foods a while back as well.

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