I just started taking Nexium 2days ago. I take it in the morning and by nite time I had anxiety with tingling to my lips and nose. I could not sleep can it be from the nexium which is working beautiful for my hyatial hernia
22 Mar 2010
i've been on nexium 40 mg 2 x aday for years until my hyatial hernia was surgically fixed then in later years i'm on 20mg a day for stress i just went to a to z drugs at the top of the page and typed in nexium and i couldn't find any of those symptoms listed.maybe you should call your doctor and report it to them. hope this has been helpful.missy
23 Mar 2010
Thiis Med. is for a different problem. use search at top of this page.
Nexium decreases the amount of acid produced in the stomach. Nexium is used to treat symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and other conditions involving excessive stomach acid such as Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. It is also used to promote healing of erosive esophagitis (damage to your...
23 Oct 2011
I know you posted this a long time ago, but I just wanted to butt in and let you know that Nexium very well could have been causing your anxiety. Pharmaceutical companies that make the drugs like Nexium and Reglan don't warn enough people of their potential to cause anxiety, depression, sadness, restlessness, aggravation, and hallucinations, ect. because, in their studies, less than 1% of the test subjects had these side effects (if you will read Nexium's side effects list very carefully you will see it has potential for anxiety, depression, restlessness, and agitation--so it's in there, it's just not in the big red letters it needs to be in). Reglan literally caused me to lose my mind (sad, cause it worked perfectly) and I practically had a panic attack for two months straight. The worst part was, none of the Dr.s believed me. Not my family Dr or any of the ones at the ER. I'm sure they thought I was just pill shopping.
Either way, they dismissed my claims as Clonazepam withdrawals. I had my Clonazepam in my pocket! They weren't working! I hope that all turned out well for you & that you were able to either tolerate the Nexium or get off of it.
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