6 Apr 2010
Nexium belongs to a group of drugs called proton pump inhibitors.
See http://www.drugs.com/drug-class/proton-pump-inhibitors.html - click on drug name to see more information on other similar proton pump inhibitors.
You can use this link to find the recommended dosage for a certain condtions.
Eg. omeprazole 20mg
- Nexium Information for Consumers
- Nexium Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Nexium (detailed)
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1 answer • 28 May 2010
USING BUPROPION HCL t stop smoking and CONCOR 5 MG AND OLMETEC 40MG for high blood pressure AND NEXIUM for an ulcer all together .. what can cause as ...
1 answer • 26 Sep 2010
MY Rx was nexium 20mg bid. my samples however were 40mg each I ended up taking 80 mg a day x 2 days?
before i realized it... whats the worst that can happen,I clearly overdosed
2 answers • 18 Jan 2011
I have been taking Nexium 20mg, now increased to 40mg daily for 20 years.What can I expect to happen
... if I stop taking it now I know and suffer from most of the side effects listed? I have been diagnosed with kidney malfunction and it is getting ...
2 answers • 10 Oct 2013