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Aciloc 150 mg reduces the amount of acid produces in the stomach and treats gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). In the case of GERD, this acid reducer works by preventing the backflow of stomach acid into the esophagous/food pipe and treats the inflammation of the food pipe. The active ingredient Ranitidine treats indigestion and heartburn due to acid reflux. The medicine may also be prescribed for the treatment and maintenance after healing of ulcers. It relieves the symptoms of indigestion and heartburn by reducing the amount of acid in the stomach. In patients with Zollinger syndrome, Ranitidine 150 mg tablet helps to reduce stomach acid production.
Adults can take Aciloc 150 mg with a doctor’s prescription. It can also be given to kids under the age of 16 years. Ranitidine tablets may not be an appropriate choice for some people. To make sure that the acid reducer is safe for you, tell your doctor if you are allergic to Ranitidine, have kidney problems, are advised to at a low calcium diet, or have an intolerance to fructose. Also, some medicines can interfere with the working mechanism of Ranitidine medicine and make you more prone to suffer from adverse effects. Tell your health care expert if you are using antifungal drugs, HIV medicines, or anti-cancer drugs. Talk to health care experts to get the full list of drugs that may not mix with Aciloc 150 mg.
Most people who take Aciloc do not experience side effects. The medicine is safe to use if taken as per the health care expert’s instructions. However, inappropriate use may cause stomach pain, constipation, and even make you feel sick. If any of these side effects interfere with your daily routine, consult your health care specialist for advice.
It is usual to take Aciloc 150 mg twice daily, and you can make it in dose in the morning and other in the evening. Some people need a Ranitidine tablet once a day, preferably at night. The dose of Ranitidine and the treatment duration depending on the condition and severity of the patient. Your physician may increase or decrease your dose depending on the severity of the condition. You can take this acid reducer without regard to food. However, if you develop acid reflux symptoms just after eating or drinking, consider taking it half an hour to one hour before having a meal. Swallow the tablet with a glass of water or juice. The dose is generally lower for children and those who are suffering from renal problems. If your health care specialist prescribes Aciloc 150 mg for your children, he/she will use your child’s weight and age to prescribe the dose that works best. If the dose is not effective enough to reduce the amount of acid in your stomach, then you may be provided with a high dose to get rid of GERD or inflammation of food pipe. Make sure you continue using it for a few weeks or months as per your health care specialist’s recommendations. Your health care provider will recommend taking Ranitidine tablets only when you develop GERD symptoms. Taking Aciloc without a physician’s prescription might not be suitable for everyone. It is important to speak to your health care expert about what suits you.