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Everything You Need To Know About The Reflux Treatment Noxicid 


Everything You Need To Know About The Reflux Treatment Noxicid 

As far as treatments for Reflux Oesophagitis is concerned, Noxicid is one of the better options out there for extreme sufferers of the ailment. Otherwise known as acid reflux or GORD (Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease), the ailment is likely going to cause some flashbacks for readers who have had a particularly nasty case of it after a spicy meal. 

While once in a while acid reflux is quite normal and can be alleviated with OTC medication options like Pepto, those who are eligible for the prescription of Noxicid usually have a consistent underlying condition that causes discomfort over longer periods of time. 

This article is not to serve as medical advice by any means, it is simply a breakdown of the principal utility of Noxicid and how/when it is typically prescribed to patients. If you ever have issues with your health, it is always best to discuss your issues with your prescribing physician or medical professional. 

How Noxicid Works

The active ingredient in Noxicid is Esomeprazole. The designation of the medication is a proton-pump inhibitor which aims to reduce the amount of acid present in the stomach which is crucial in the alleviation of symptoms related to acid reflux. It doesn’t have any evidential backing that it impedes the body’s ability to digest at optimal rates. 

While this is the prime utility of the medication, a doctor may prescribe the medicine in relation to another ailment which is at their discretion. 

What Noxicid Is Prescribed For

There is some anecdotal evidence across medical websites that have noted the use of Noxicid in the treatment of several different ailments to varying levels of success. Each of the following treatments have been given as examples of where the medication has found some measure of success in the past with different patients.

As always, consult your doctor for the proper medication journey. 

Reflux Oesophagitis 

Reflux Oesophagitis is the most common ailment to have the medication prescribed. As mentioned before, the ailment is associated with excess acid entering the oesophagus which can cause discomfort and a burning sensation in the throat.  

Upper Gastrointestinal Symptoms From NSAIDs

The medication has also been known to alleviate discomfort caused by NSAIDs which is usually prescribed for pain and inflammation. It is also known to assist in the healing process and prevention of stomach ulcers caused by NSAIDs

Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome

While a rare condition, Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome is associated with a large amount of acid being produced in the stomach. Rarity aside, the amount of acid typically produced with Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome is much higher than ulcers or reflux.  

Bleeding Peptic Ulcers

If peptic ulcers become more severe, they begin to perforate and bleed out. Following emergency procedures, Noxicid may be used as a supplementary medicine to ensure that the treatment and management proceeds unheeded. 

While these have been shown to improve the quality of life for certain sufferers, there should always be an open discussion with a physician to determine the right course of action. A professional may decide to prescribe Noxicid after the fact.