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    Considering taking medication to treat Bleeding from Stomach, Esophagus or Duodenum? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Bleeding from Stomach, Esophagus or Duodenum. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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    Nexium oral     514 User Reviews
    omeprazole oral     455 User Reviews
    Protonix oral     353 User Reviews
    Aciphex oral     296 User Reviews
    Prilosec oral     246 User Reviews
    pantoprazole oral     200 User Reviews
    Prevacid oral     177 User Reviews
    Prilosec OTC oral     172 User Reviews
    ranitidine oral     114 User Reviews
    Zantac oral     70 User Reviews
    lansoprazole oral     55 User Reviews
    omeprazole magnesium oral     34 User Reviews
    famotidine oral     31 User Reviews
    Prevacid 24Hr oral     23 User Reviews
    Pepcid oral     21 User Reviews
    rabeprazole oral     21 User Reviews
    Pepcid Complete oral     21 User Reviews
    esomeprazole magnesium oral     20 User Reviews
    Pepcid AC oral     19 User Reviews
    cimetidine oral     15 User Reviews
    Tagamet HB oral     12 User Reviews
    Prevacid SoluTab oral     11 User Reviews
    Zantac Maximum Strength oral     9 User Reviews
    Nexium Packet oral     8 User Reviews
    ranitidine injection     4 User Reviews
    Protonix intravenous     4 User Reviews
    Acid Reducer (ranitidine) oral     4 User Reviews
    Nexium 24HR oral     4 User Reviews
    nizatidine oral     3 User Reviews
    Acid Controller oral     3 User Reviews
    pantoprazole intravenous     2 User Reviews
    Wal-Zan 150 oral     2 User Reviews
    Tums Dual Action (famotidine) oral     2 User Reviews
    Acid Reducer (famotidine) oral     2 User Reviews
    Acid Reducer Complete (famotidine) oral     2 User Reviews
    famotidine intravenous     1 User Reviews
    Zantac injection     1 User Reviews
    Heartburn Prevention oral     1 User Reviews
    Acid Control (ranitidine) oral     1 User Reviews
    famotidine (PF) intravenous     1 User Reviews
    Heartburn Relief (ranitidine) oral     1 User Reviews
    Heartburn Treatment 24 Hour oral     1 User Reviews
    cimetidine HCl oral     1 User Reviews
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    Acid Controller Complete oral     Be the first to review it
    AcipHex Sprinkle oral     Be the first to review it
    Heartburn Relief (famotidine) oral     Be the first to review it
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