I used ibuprofen pretty often each day for about two weeks for severe pain in my hand and finger joints. I began to have chronic nausea, got off the ibuprofen, started taking Prevacid and Pepcid Complete, then Reglan per doctor's prescription. Bad side effects from Reglan--irritability, dizziness, depression,sleepiness. Got off of it. After about 4 weeks, I still have some nausea and only want to eat starches and sugars. Had gallbladder removed 6 months ago. Felt this same type nausea before it was removed. How long does it take for the stomach to heal after Ibuprofen irritation that went on for several weeks?
Hi. I can relate to nausea from Ibroprofen. I can only take one pill maybe 2 a day or I get sick. If I lay off a few days, it gets better. I can colon surgery alittle over 3 months ago so was alternating that with the pain meds. I have acid reflux so I have to make sure I take my Prevacid or I couldn't even take that little bit of IB. It is very hard on the stomach.
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