I have been diagnosed of GERD. I get a lot of acid reflux and if feels there is a burp which is stuck inside and if i try harder to burp, i may vomit. One doctor prescribed Rabeprazole while another gave famotidine. can I take both of them; if yes, what time of day should i take each?
5 Sep 2009
You should only take both tablets if the same doctor has prescribed them both to you. Both drugs are used to treat GERD but they work in different ways. Do not take them both.
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