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Lansoprazole: Why is it used? What are side effects? Lansiprazole 30 mg

Lansoprazole: Why is it used? What are side effects? Lansiprazole 30 mg

What is Lansoprazole? Why is it used? What are some possible side effects? Can anyone use Lansoprazole? What are the points you must know before you use this drug?

4 Mart 2024 10:39
Lansoprazole: Why is it used? What are side effects? Lansiprazole 30 mg



Lansoprazole belongs to drug class which are known as proton pump inhibitors. Lansoprazole is only available on prescription. It is in form of capsules and tablets.

Most adults and children can take this medication. However, it is not suitable for some people with some certain conditions. Read the prospectus carefully before taking the medicine.

How to take it?
Oral use only. Swallow the tablets or capsules whole with a drink of water or juice.

What is Omeprazole? How to use?

Omeprazole is also a proton pump inhibitor | Click to learn more.

What is Lansoprapozole? When is it used?

lansoprazole drug - medication

This drug reduces the amount of acid produced by the stomach. The use of this drug include:

Who cannot take it?

Tell your doctor before taking lansoprazole if you;

  • have ever had an allergic reaction to lansoprazole or any other medicines
  • have liver problems
  • are pregnant, trying to get pregnant or breastfeeding
  • are due to have an endoscopy (Lansoprazole may hide some of the problems that would usually be spotted during an endoscopy.)
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What are the side effects?

Lansoprazole generally doesn’t create any side effect. If you have any side effect, it is usually mild and will go away after you stop taking the drug.

Lansoprazole common side effects

  1. headaches
  2. feeling sick
  3. diarrhoea or being sick (vomiting)
  4. stomach pain
  5. constipation
  6. wind
  7. itchy skin rashes
  8. feeling dizzy or tired
  9. dry mouth or throat

Serious side effects

The side effects mentioned below are rare and happen only in less than 1 in 1000 people.

  • joint pain along with a red skin rash, especially in parts of your body exposed to the sun, such as your arms, cheeks and nose (this may be less noticeable on brown or black skin) – these can be signs of a rare condition called subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus. This can happen even if you’ve been taking lansoprazole for a long time
  • stomach pain that seems to be getting worse – this can be a sign of an inflamed liver or pancreas
  • severe or persistent diarrhoea – this can be a sign of an inflamed bowel

In rare cases, it’s possible to have a serious allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) to lansoprazole.

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