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  1. Micah says:

    I will often take 3 regular strength tablets when I am feeling very sore. of fluids to flush your system however if you feel you are having an allergic reaction to .. 650mg instead, to prevent extended bleeding that can occur with Motrin or Advil.

  2. Candi says:

    The older you are and the longer and more severe you have had heartburn, the higher are the chances that acid reflux may have caused problems in your esophagus. These problems include peptic strictures (the esophagus inflammation causes narrowing and difficulty swallowing), Barretts esophagus (the normal squamous cell lining transforms to an intestinal type lining via a process called metaplasia), which in turn can increase the risk of developing esophagus cancer. Smoking is another risk factor for esophagus tumors unrelated to acid reflux (squamous cell tumors of the esophagus). The symptom of difficulty swallowing is called dysphagia. It can be due to bad acid reflux. However, there are several other causes not mentioned here. Your doctor will decide depending on your age, symptoms and other risk factors whether he would simply give you medications for blocking stomach acid, or additionally order tests to examine your esophagus. These test include a barium swallow (an X-ray type of test), endoscopy (direct visualization of your esophagus and upper gastrointestinal tract), and occasionally tests to measure the acidity in your esophagus over a 24-48 hour time-frame and assessment of contractility of your esophagus with an esophageal manometry.Reasons why you would definitely need additional tests rather than just medications alone include older age, long duration of symptoms, weight loss, anemia, vomiting blood, passage of black tarry stools (melena) or blood with stools to name a few. Additionally, you doctor may check your serum gastrin level to see if you have a condition that causes increased stomach acid secretion (such as a gastrinoma or Zollinger-Ellison syndrome).You definitely need to follow-up with your doctor and/or a gastroenterologist rather than finding answers here, irrespective of any opinions expressed here.

  3. Teresia says:

    Can I take allergy pills and my allergy pills now before I go to sleep a sleeping pills at the same bit on my sleeping pills time? I tend to OD a already… but I want to take

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  5. Van says:

    you might get a little dizzy. dont try it. you might faint More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_happens_if_you_take_3_birthcontrol_pills

  6. Kirstin says:

    WHY did you waste time asking this question ! You should have taken the puppy to a vet as soon as you realised what it had done – not delay things by posting a question on here (and waiting for replies !) More:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_happens_if_a_puppy_eats_an_allergy_pill_thats_a_Loratadine_Tablet_10mg_Antihistamine

  7. Erin says:

    You might get drowsy and pass outread the side effects dear.

  8. Loma says:

    You can take allergy medication once daily or several times a day in a Find a quiet time when you can sit uninterrupted and think about the allergy 3. Ask your doctor to recommend an antihistamine that will help relieve your allergy Allergies occur when the immune system reacts to a substance the body has come Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how_2163787_pick-allergy-antihistamine.html

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