I was diagnosed with IBS in the past. Nothing prescribed nor any dietary adjustment has helped. Recently hospitalized with another illness, I was put on a ventillator. I was given Protonix, I assume, to help prevent esophogeal erosion from stomach acid and breathing tube. Anyway, the Protonix has cured my IBS. I had not had a normal BM in years. Now my bowels are finally becoming normal again. It makes me wonder if maybe I had H-Pylori instead of IBS? Many of my "IBS" symptoms were the same as with H-Pylori. Is Protonix used to treat that?? What is the treatment dosage and regimen?
I am wondering if someone with H-Pylori has benefited from Protonix?
- 4 Mar 2013 by Pie 2
- 5 Mar 2013
- protonix, helicobacter pylori infection, irritable bowel syndrome
Added 4 Mar 2013:
OK. Never mind answering my question. I should have done some searching of my own BEFORE asking question. Thanks anyway!
- Protonix Information for Consumers
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