Is it safe to take Duromine when having stomach ulcer?
Obesity and unhealthy diet can become the risk factors that promote the development of stomach ulcer. Patients with stomach ulcer should take Duromine pills with caution.
Duromine drug does not affect the gastric juice acidity and stomach mucosa. However, Duromine can interact with drugs for the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases.
The high efficiency of modern antacid drugs allowed refusing from the surgery for stomach ulcer. The pharmacological effect of antacids is aimed at the protection of stomach mucosa or the neutralization of stomach acid.
Antacids have been used for the treatment of stomach ulcer for more than 100 years. The most popular antacid drugs are as follows: Alka-Seltzer, Brioschi, Mylanta and Pepto-Bismol. These drugs can interact with Duromine (Phentermine).
If stomach ulcer was caused by bacterium Helicobacter Pylori (H. pylori), antibiotics can be prescribed (Clarithromycin, Amoxicillin, Tetracycline and Metronidazole). These antibiotics can cause the following side effects: irregular pulse, drowsiness, facial swelling, chest pain, nausea, headaches, and dry mouth.
The similar side effects may also appear after the use of Duromine weight loss capsules. When Duromine is used in the conjunction with antibiotics, the risk of side effects increases. It is recommended to consult a doctor before the combined use of antibiotics and Duromine.
For the prevention and treatment of stomach ulcer, one should follow a diet:
- Eat food low in fat
- Eat food rich in fiber (fruits and vegetables)
- Avoid eating fried food and fast food
- Eat 5-6 times per day
- Eat slowly, chewing food thoroughly
- Avoid using carbonated beverages, coffee, tea and chocolate.
This diet can also be recommended while using Duromine weight loss pills.
If you decide to buy Duromine pills online and are going to use them in the combination with drugs for stomach treatment, consult a pharmacist before making your order. When buying Duromine in Australia, you can get a pharmacist’s qualified advice – absolutely free.