you could take an h2 blocker. these drugs end in "dine" like famotidine which is pepcid. proton pump inhibitors end in "zole" like rabeprazole "aciphex". prilosec (omeprazole) and nexium "esomeprazole". I think both nexium and prilosec both have otc versions. prilosec being a little less money than nexium. Pharmacist are ALWAYS !! willing to answer questions. Dont hesitate to ask one when you have drug questions. Next time your getting groceries go by the pharmacy and let someone know you would like to ask the pharm a question. Also if you have a serious condition you should call up your doc and ask him what he wants you to take instead. there are slight differences between tummy meds and that's why you go to the doc in the first place and don't just diagnois yourself. Oh my stomach...hmm dine's or zole's. Pharm takes 8 years and doc takes 10 years, takes both to make sure you get right meds. cant just do a little ressearch online and make a good choice. gl
Rabeprazole is a type of drug made to treat stomach conditions such as ulcers that is available over-the-counter. People interested in purchasing some should try their local pharmacy or online stores such as Quality Generics and International Drug Mart.
I believe it maybe zantac or prilosec over the counter. To be sure, double check with your pharmacist and ask, "what generic equlvenlent over the counter medicine can be used in place of pantoprazole?'
You cannot buy Dihydrocodeine over the counter. This is a prescription medication in Schedule II. This means only with a valid prescription will you be given this medication.
Excedrin does. There are others.
medication and drugs
purchase of a non perscription medication at a pharmacy
Any over the counter Cold remedy would probably work as well as anything.
There are several great over the counter options for strong allergy problems. One of the best of these is Cloritab.