Acid reflux drugs and migraines?

charmed quark at 14h33
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Apr
2013
Acid reflux drugs and migraines?

I developed a really nasty case of GERD or "acid reflux" a couple of weeks ago. REALLY bad. After trying to control it with antacids, I tried over-the-counter (OTC) Pepcid AC acid blocker, which helped some but not enough. I went to my doctor who recommended adding OTC Prilosec, an extended release drug you take once a day, a different class of drug. Worked like a charm. In three days it was like I had never had acid reflux.

BUT...

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