Teratop 40mg Tablet

Teratop 40mg Tablet

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Teratop 40mg Tablet is prescribed for the prevention of stomach ulcers and acidity caused by longterm use of painkillers It falls under the category of medicines known as proton pump inhibitors PPIs It is recommended to take this medicine one hour before a meal preferably in the morning The dosage will be determined based on your specific condition and response to the medication Even if your symptoms improve rapidly it is important to continue taking the medicine as prescribed To enhance the effectiveness of the treatment consider consuming smaller frequent meals and avoiding caffeinated drinks like tea and coffee as well as spicy or fatty foods Common side effects of this medicine may include nausea vomiting headache dizziness flatulence diarrhea and stomach pain These side effects are typically mild in nature However if they persist or cause significant discomfort it is advisable to consult with your doctor Prolonged use of this medicine may increase the risk of side effects For example taking this medicine for over a year could potentially heighten the risk of bone fractures particularly with higher doses Discuss with your doctor about strategies to prevent bone loss and osteoporosis such as taking calcium and vitamin D supplements Before taking Teratop 40mg Tablet it is crucial to inform your doctor if you have severe liver problems are currently on HIV medication have had allergic reactions to similar medicines in the past or suffer from bone loss or osteoporosis Pregnant or breastfeeding women should also consult their doctor before initiating this medication