24 Aug 2010
Because Dexilant is protected by patents, no generic version of this medication is available at this time. The first patent is set to expire in December 2020, which is the earliest predictable date that a generic Dexilant may be manufactured. It's important to note that dexlansoprazole is the "generic name" for this product; it is not a "generic version."
Dexilant is made by Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America, Inc.
- Dexilant Information for Consumers
- Dexilant Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Dexilant (detailed)
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Are they deadly, to children 12-14 years old
1 answer • 28 Sep 2010
My ENT doctor diagnosed me with LPR (Laryngopharyngeal Reflux) over a year ago to treat a vocal nodule. I started taking 1 60mg tab of Dexilant per ...
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1 answer • 16 May 2013
I have grade a esophogitis from gerd and am not getting any relief from one 30mg pill a day. Has anyone taken this med twice daily?
1 answer • 5 Jul 2013