Nizatidine is a histamine-2 blocker that works by decreasing the amount of acid produced by the stomach. Nizatidine may additionally be used for purposes not provided in this drug overview. Heartburn is frequently confused with the first symptoms of a cardiovascular disease. If you are allergic to nizatidine or similar stomach medicines such as ranitidine, cimetidine, or famotidine, you ought to not use nizatidine. Call your physician if your heartburn symptoms do not boost after 14 days of therapy, or if you have getting worse heartburn. Most ulcers recover within 4 weeks of nizatidine therapy, it may take up to 8 to 12 weeks of using this medicine prior to your ulcer heals. Nizatidine has a bitter preference and mild sulfur-like odor. Nizatidine Capsules USP, for oral administration, consist of 150 mg or 300 mg nizatidine and the following inactive components: colloidal silicon dioxide, corn starch, croscarmellose salt, magnesium stearate and pregelatinized starch. The pill shells have: ammonium hydroxide, black iron oxide, jelly, potassium hydroxide, propylene glycol, shellac, silicon dioxide, sodium lauryl sulfate and titanium dioxide. The 150 mg pill shell additionally has D&C Yellow No. 10 and FD&C Yellow No. The 300 mg pill covering also includes black iron oxide, red iron oxide and yellow iron oxide. GERD is a problem where the acid in the stomach washes back up into the esophagus. Nizatidine comes from the group of medications referred to as histamine H2-receptor villains or H2-blockers. It works by lowering the quantity of acid produced by the stomach. This medicine is offered with your physician's prescription.
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