Aciphex Action Mechanism
Aciphex has surpassed the expectation of every individual in treating all stomach acidity issues. Aciphex inhibits the gastric H+-K+ ATPase enzyme which is responsible for producing acidity in stomach. Hence, it suppresses the last step of gastric acid secretion and relieves acid production in stomach.
Aciphex is regarded as an extremely potent and trustworthy medicament to treat stomach inflammation. The usual recommended dosage of Aciphex dosage to treat symptomatic GERD and duodenal ulcers is 20mg per day for a month, while for erosive or ulcerative GERD is one 20mg per day, available as a delayed-release tablet. This medication can be taken with or without regard to meals.
Aciphex has stumbled on popularity by providing incredible results in form of an effective pill to treat erosive esophagitis and gastric ulcers caused by helicobacter pylori infection. Aciphex thereby impedes various traumatizing perils that could have resulted due to the long term effect of acidity on stomach.
This dynamic and robust anti-acidity medication helps to overcome the disasters of serious stomach complications. Avoiding Aciphex if you are allergic to any of its active or inactive components, pregnant or breastfeeding really prevents you from attaining any serious health complications. Aciphex is also not recommended in individuals suffering from any clinical condition such as hypomagnesaemia, liver ailments, etc.
Aciphex Side effects
Some of the common side effects seen with Aciphex treatment include nausea, nervousness, vomiting, stomach upset, dizziness, headache, diarrhea and skin rash or itching. While serious side effects of Aciphex include unusual bruising, sore throat, fever, trouble in breathing as well as swallowing, tightness in chest, yellowing of eyes or skin and severe allergic manifestations such as swelling of lips, face and throat, itching or hives.