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Magnesium carbonate

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

Medications containing magnesium carbonate:

magnesium carbonate systemic

Brand names: Magonate, Mag-Carb, Dewees Carminative
Drug class(es): minerals and electrolytes
Magnesium carbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing magnesium carbonate:

alginic acid/aluminum hydroxide/magnesium carbonate systemic

Brand names: Gaviscon Extra Relief Formula, Alenic Alka, Heartburn Antacid Extra Strength
Drug class(es): antacids
Alginic acid/aluminum hydroxide/magnesium carbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

aluminum hydroxide/magnesium carbonate systemic

Brand names: Gaviscon Regular Strength Liquid, Gaviscon Extra Strength, Acid Gone, Genaton
Drug class(es): antacids
Aluminum hydroxide/magnesium carbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

calcium acetate/magnesium carbonate systemic

Drug class(es): phosphate binders

calcium carbonate/magnesium carbonate systemic

Brand names: Marblen, MagneBind 200, MagneBind 300
Drug class(es): antacids
Calcium carbonate/magnesium carbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

citric acid/glucono-delta-lactone/magnesium carbonate topical

Brand names: Renacidin, Renacidin Irrgiation
Drug class(es): sterile irrigating solutions

magnesium carbonate/sodium bicarbonate systemic

Magnesium carbonate/sodium bicarbonate systemic is used in the treatment of:

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