famotidine

Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain famotidine.

Medications containing famotidine:

famotidine systemic

Brand names: Pepcid, Pepcid AC, Heartburn Relief, Fluxid
Drug class(es): H2 antagonists
Famotidine systemic is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing famotidine:

calcium carbonate/famotidine/magnesium hydroxide systemic

Brand names: Pepcid Complete, Dual Action Complete, Acid Reducer + Antacid Dual Action, Acid Controller Complete Dual Action
Drug class(es): H2 antagonists
Calcium carbonate/famotidine/magnesium hydroxide systemic is used in the treatment of:

famotidine/ibuprofen systemic

Brand names: Duexis
Drug class(es): nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents
Famotidine/ibuprofen systemic is used in the treatment of:

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