Aciphex (Rabeprazole)

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    Aciphex (Rabeprazole) Product Information

    Aciphex is classified as a proton pump inhibitor and is often prescribed if your stomach is producing excess acid.  It is easy to buy it online especially if you wish to save time and money. Simply get in touch with us here at PricePro Pharmacy through a phone call or a live chat online.

    Order Aciphex and Generic Rabeprazole Online

    Our brand Aciphex from UK is manufactured by Eisai Ltd and we offer it in these dosages: 10mg and 20mg tablets. It is important to note that Aciphex has marketed in Canada and the United Kingdom under the alternative name Pariet. The manufacturer for the Canadian product is Janssen Pharmaceuticals. The active ingredient is called Rabeprazole, which is also the generic name of the medication.  We also offer low price generic Rabeprazole from UK and Canada. The shipping time for this product is 7-10 business days to the United States through USPS. To view our low cost Aciphex, click on the dosage boxes appearing above.

    What is Aciphex used for?

    If you have a lot of acid in your stomach, you could be prescribed Pariet. It is a proton pump inhibitor and will help to keep the amount down. It is taken short term and is suitable for anyone over 1 year of age.

    It can be prescribed for adults who have specific acid problems and this can be Zollinger Ellison Syndrome or if there are duodenal ulcers present. As acid can damage the throat is it important that it is treated and it can be mixed with antibiotics to stop the ulcers forming.

    It is not suitable for treating heartburn so other medication should be sought for that.

    Dosage

    There will be clear advice from your doctor given as to how to take Rabeprazole although normally it will be just once a day. It is also only going to be used for between 1 and 2 months, although under certain circumstances this may be repeated.

    It needs to be taken with water and when treating ulcers, should be taken on a full stomach and when preventing them taken with the meal. The tablet has to be taken whole and not broken up or chewed.

    Doses for duodenal ulcers and typically 20 mg once daily for a month

    Doses for erosive esophagitis/gastric ulcers are 20 mg daily for 1 -2 months although this can be repeated.

    Rabeprazole Side Effects

    If you have problems breathing while taking the medication you should seek help immediately. Your doctor will be the person to contact if any of the following issues arrive:

    • Diarrhea that is very loose or contains blood
    • Convulsions
    • Problems moving some joints and breaks occurring
    • Problems urinating, and if you appear to be putting on weight suddenly
    • Lupus symptoms are getting worse than before
    • Dizziness and feeling faint
    • Bleeding – especially if the blood is being coughed up

    You could end up with additional issues and this could be gland polyps. These are growths that form in the stomach. A vitamin B12 deficiency may start if you are taking the medication for over 3 years.

    Precautions

    If you know that you are allergic to rabeprazole or medication that is similar such as Nexium or Protonix. There is the risk that kidney problems may start so if there are any conditions such as blood in the urine or a problem urination there may be the need to seek an alternative.

    Before starting the course of medication, you should inform your health care professional if:

    • You have or believe that you may have liver disease
    • You are suffering from osteoporosis
    • You have Lupus
    • Magnesium levels are low
    • You are prone to bones breaking when there is not a great deal of force on them

    Anything that seems to change when taking the medication should be reported to your doctor, and they can decide if there is an alternative, or if you need to continue this medication.

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    The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.

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