Posted by: Salomé  | 2009/05/19


GERD - chronic heartburn, regurgitation, inflamation of throat - Nissen fundoplication not considered - Which of the following medications can be taken together, what time of the day, before or after meals, and which of those similar is the most effective / potent: 40g Nexium, 1000mg Ulsanic, 150 mg Ultak, 20 mg Topzole, 10 mg Betachlopramide, 400 mg Lenamet

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Hi Salomé

Nexiam, Ultak, Topzaole and Lenamet are similar and should not be used together. I'd suggest using the Nexiam. (This medicine works best if taken on an empty stomach at least one hour before a meal.)

Ulsanic can be used together with any of the above, but should preferably be taken one hour apart.

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