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Heartburn, also known as pyrosis or acid indigestion is a burning sensation in the chest, just behind the Human sternum or...
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Zantac 16,771 Gaviscon 15,502 Prilosec 10,920
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Pepcid Complete
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Rolaids
Other name: Mylanta (Mylanta)
4.0
2.0
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Pepcid AC, Acid controller comarketed by Johnson & Johnson and Merck & Co.|Merck, is a combination of the H2-receptor antagonist famotidine (10\n mg) with the antacids calcium carbonate (800\n mg) and magnesium hydroxide (165\n mg). It is administered as...
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Rolaids is a brand of antacid produced by McNeil Laboratories, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. The brand was acquired from Pfizer Consumer Healthcare as part of a merger in 2006. It was invented by United States chemistry Irvine W. Grote in the late 1...
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Burning
8
Weight Gain
2
Depression
2
High Blood Pressure
1
Dizzy
1
Kidney Stones
1
Heart Attack
1
Nightmares
1
Migraines
1
Common Cold
1
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Heart Attack
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Kidney Stones
2
Depression
2
Addiction
1
Paranoia
1
Dizzy
1
Loss Of Appetite
1
Withdrawal
1
Contractions
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Pepcid AC, Acid controller comarketed by Johnson & Johnson and Merck & Co.|Merck, is a combination of the H2-receptor antagonist famotidine (10\n mg) with the antacids calcium carbonate (800\n mg) and magnesium hydroxide (165\n mg). It is administered as...
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Rolaids is a brand of antacid produced by McNeil Laboratories, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. The brand was acquired from Pfizer Consumer Healthcare as part of a merger in 2006. It was invented by United States chemistry Irvine W. Grote in the late 1...
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to get some Pepcid Complete. It works! I believe that was...
" ...relied on Tums and/or Rolaids for so long before my FIL saved my life! Hehehe... He told me to get some Pepcid Complete. It works! I believe that ...went from about 10-12 Tums/Rolaids each day t... "

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right? Also will taking pepcid complete or rolaids work...
" ...water/gatorade as N2 suggests and no more, right? Also will taking pepcid complete or rolaids work better than salt in raising the specific gravity? Because... "

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right? Also will taking pepcid complete or rolaids work...
" ...water/gatorade as N2 suggests and no more, right? Also will taking pepcid complete or rolaids work better than salt in raising the specific gravity? Because... "

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to time. Try pepcid complete. This works like rolaids and...
" ...to time. Try pepcid complete. This works like rolaids and it also... "

take Pepcid Complete? I find this works the best for...
" Pepcid Complete? So Tums make me gag, ...night to take more Rolaids due to the heartburn. Does anybody take Pepcid Complete? I find this works the be... "

I'm done trying nighttime meds, because they never helped...
" ...to take a Pepcid Complete, my symptoms disappeared. ...much. A Rolaids softchew does the trick, and the acid is gone. But I think I'm done trying nighttime meds, because they never helped at all... "

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best. Tums and Rolaids don't help me. I have been having...
" ...my experience, Dual Action Pepcid Complete works best. Tums and Rolaids don't help me. I have been... "

Pepcid Complete. It works immediately and lasts for hours....
" I love Pepcid Complete. It works immediately and lasts for hours. I don't have ...much better than Tums and Rolaids. Give it a... "

that pepcid complete chewable tablets are the best. i only...
" ...have tried everything and have found that pepcid complete chewable tablets are the best. i only need to eat one and that's it and it stops it for several hours. i used both tums and rolaids and a... "

pepcid complete is really good too and the store brand works...
" ...been taking zantac. my heartburn is bad!! only ...I was doing tums or rolaids but I started getting sick from the taste. pepcid complete is really good too and the store brand works just as well... "

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