Functional Dyspepsia

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Amitriptyline
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Nexium
Other name: Elavil (Elavil)
Other name: Esomeprazole Magnesium (Esomeprazole Magnesium)
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Pain*
Depression
Anxiety*
Fibromyalgia*
Migraines*
Headaches
Insomnia
Nerve Pain*
Weight Gain
Not Sleeping
Chronic Pain
Neuropathy
Bipolar Disorder
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GERD
Reflux
Heartburn
Ulcers
Stomach Pain
Gastritis
Burp
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Stomach Problems
Indigestion
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Method of use:
Injection, Pill
Method of use:
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Prescribing mode:
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Amitriptyline (Elavil, Tryptizol, Laroxyl, Sarotex, Lentizol) is a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA). It is the most widely used TCA and has at least equal efficacy against major depression as the newer class of SSRIs. As well ...
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Esomeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor (brand names Zoleri, Nexium, Lucen, Esopral Axagon in Italy, Nexiam in Belgium and South Africa Sompraz and Esomac in India) developed and marketed by AstraZeneca ...
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Top Concerns
Ami
Drowsy
8
Dry Mouth
7
Dizzy
6
Withdrawal
6
Sedation
6
Burning
5
Sleepy
5
Groggy
3
Arthritis
3
Seizures
3
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Nex
Burning
9
Allergies
6
Weight Gain
5
Depression
4
Insomnia
3
Lump In My Throat
3
Dizzy
3
Weakness
2
Diabetes
2
Palpitations
1
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Dry Mouth
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Dizzy
Ami
Nex
6
3
Withdrawal
Ami
Nex
6
0
Sedation
Ami
Nex
6
0
Burning
Ami
Nex
5
9
Sleepy
Ami
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0
Groggy
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Nex
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0
Arthritis
Ami
Nex
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0
Seizures
Ami
Nex
3
0
Burning
Nex
Ami
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5
Allergies
Nex
Ami
6
0
Weight Gain
Nex
Ami
5
0
Depression
Nex
Ami
4
0
Insomnia
Nex
Ami
3
0
Lump In My Throat
Nex
Ami
3
0
Dizzy
Nex
Ami
3
6
Weakness
Nex
Ami
2
0
Diabetes
Nex
Ami
2
0
Palpitations
Nex
Ami
1
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About Amitriptyline
Amitriptyline (Elavil, Tryptizol, Laroxyl, Sarotex, Lentizol) is a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA). It is the most widely used TCA and has at least equal efficacy against major depression as the newer class of SSRIs. As well ...
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Amitriptyline
About Nexium
Esomeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor (brand names Zoleri, Nexium, Lucen, Esopral Axagon in Italy, Nexiam in Belgium and South Africa Sompraz and Esomac in India) developed and marketed by AstraZeneca ...
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luck. Anyone who has used amitriptyline Let me know if it...
" ...same as original doctor. He put me on a drug called Amitriptyline which in low dosage ...and good luck. Anyone who has used amitriptyline Let me know if ...none of the drugs Nexium or Previce... "

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stomach, so am taking it with Nexium but other than that...
" ...tried Mobic? I started taking it about two weeks ago and it has made a huge difference to ...am taking it with Nexium but other ...effects. I have tried other drugs (amitriptyline, cymbalta... "

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for Nexium which has helped me tremendously....
" ...bedside manner and his understanding that FMS isn't something I ...me with sleep (Amitriptilyne) and when I ...still had pain, he gave me a prescription for Nexium which has helped me tremend... "

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worse, he is on Nexium, Reglan, mebeverine, gaviscon,...
" ...he was diagnosed of having gerd and hiatus ...worse, he is on Nexium, Reglan, mebeverine, gaviscon, amitriptiline, lorezapam but nothing ...proper food....but he is in constant pain especiall... "

wich is napraxon with nexium coating.. no real issues...
" ...it. and he gave me elavil(amitryptaline) instead. with in days ...ago I started having acid reflux and nausea but ...napraxon to vimovo wich is napraxon with nexium coating.. no real issues s... "

doc prescribed me with 20mg nexium 2x/day before breakfast...
" ...chest pain. My doc prescribed me with 20mg nexium 2x/day before breakfast and dinner, plus amitriptyline before bed time starting from ...And did Dr.k prescribe you with any elavil at all? Hop... "

in getting a medication that does not cause me side effects...
" ...on amitriptyline to control migraine, and he was puzzled that it actually made my headaches worse, so I am probably not going to be the easiest case in getting a medication that does not cause me... "

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I decided to just take my nexium as ordered and take it...
" ...very irritated. I was taking Nexium as needed but I ...I decided to just take my nexium as ordered and take it every day. I think I am going to go back on the amitriptyline too because I know... "

Enzymes\" with every(!) meal,started Amitriptilyne 5 mg and...
" ...it, i was taking Klonopin Pain pill for ...\"13 powerfull Enzymes\" with every(!) meal,started Amitriptilyne 5 mg and got off ...a vocation,stopped using PPI (like Nexium) switched to as nee... "

biscopan, nexium and recently Amitriptyline. My doctor...
" ...been suffering from severe stomach pains and cramps ...I have been given imodium, biscopan, nexium and recently Amitriptyline. My doctor doesn't ... "

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