Esomeprazole

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What Are The Uses Of Esomeprazole?

Esomeprazole is used primarily as a long term medicine to reduce the production of excess digestive acid in the stomach. It works on decreasing secretion of acid as well as slowing down the transport of acid from point of production. The disease is called Gastroesophageal Reflux disorder-GERD which is commonly referred as heart burn. It is also used for treating duodenal and peptic ulcers.

 

What Are The Side Effects Of Esomeprazole?

Usual side effects are decreased appetite, pain in abdomen, nausea, diarrhoea, constipation and headache.

Rare, but severe side effects are unusual tiredness, bleeding, stomach pain, fever, increased heart beat, sore throat, chest pain.

Long term overdose of this drug in ICU may result in higher chances of pneumonia occurrence.

 

What Are The Contraindications Of Esomeprazole?

Please inform your doctor if you have a medical history of either lupus (a condition where fever, rash and joint pains are observed together) or liver related issues. Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should be given this medicine only under medical supervision.

 

What Are The Uses Of Esomeprazole?

Esomeprazole is used primarily as a long term medicine to reduce the production of excess digestive acid in the stomach. It works on decreasing secretion of acid as well as slowing down the transport of acid from point of production. The disease is called Gastroesophageal Reflux disorder-GERD which is commonly referred as heart burn. It is also used for treating duodenal and peptic ulcers.

 

What Are The Side Effects Of Esomeprazole?

Usual side effects are decreased appetite, pain in abdomen, nausea, diarrhoea, constipation and headache.

Rare, but severe side effects are unusual tiredness, bleeding, stomach pain, fever, increased heart beat, sore throat, chest pain.

Long term overdose of this drug in ICU may result in higher chances of pneumonia occurrence.

 

What Are The Contraindications Of Esomeprazole?

Please inform your doctor if you have a medical history of either lupus (a condition where fever, rash and joint pains are observed together) or liver related issues. Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should be given this medicine only under medical supervision.