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Antacids are medicines that counteract the acid in your stomach to relieve indigestion and heartburn. Antacids might assist if you have: acid indigestion; heartburn or indigestion, called gastro-oesophageal reflux disease; a stomach ulcer; gastritis. Talk with a general practitioner if you locate you require to take antacids consistently. Various types of antacid are readily available. Components to try to find include: aluminium hydroxide; magnesium carbonate; magnesium trisilicate; magnesium hydroxide; calcium carbonate; sodium bicarbonate. Some antacids contain other medicines, such as an alginate and simeticone.

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