16 Sep 2011
There are many antacids available over the counter that won't interfere with your medication. Examples include Titralac, Mylanta, Gaviscon and Rolaids.
If you need something stronger then you could try a H2 antagonist. Examples include Pepcid and Ranitidine. Talk with your doctor or pharmacist for more information.
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