by Prilosec OTC |
Item # 125604
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Model # 84807773 |

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  • Taking 1 acid reducer tablet each morning provides heartburn relief for 24 hours
  • Ideal for those who suffer from heartburn at least 2 days per week
  • Available in original or wildberry flavor
  • Enjoy relief in 1 to 4 days
  • Acid reducer helps to prevent heartburn before it starts
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For those who suffer from heartburn at least two days a week, Prilosec OTC® Omeprazole Heartburn Medicine and Acid Reducer Tablets - Proton Pump Inhibitor (42 ct.) can help. It's highly recommended for long-term heartburn relief.

How Do Prilosec OTC Omeprazole Heartburn Medicine and Acid Reducer Tablets Work?

This Prilosec OTC heartburn medication works differently than many other heartburn relief options. While some heartburn medicines offer fast but brief relief, this Prilosec product provides you with long-term relief from chronic heartburn. The active ingredient in these omeprazole delayed-release tablets helps to actually reduce acid production, rather than simply neutralize the stomach acid in your system. These acid reducer tablets are ideal for those who suffer from heartburn at least two days a week.

How Do You Take Prilosec OTC Omeprazole Heartburn Medicine and Acid Reducer Tablets?

This heartburn relief medicine is meant to be taken over a 14-day period. However, this regimen is easy to follow. Simply take one tablet with a glass of water each morning before breakfast. After one to four days, you'll start to enjoy heartburn relief. Continue taking one Prilosec acid-reducer tablet each morning for 14 days for the full effect of this heartburn medicine.

Other Tips for Managing Heartburn

In addition to taking Prilosec OTC Omeprazole Heartburn Medicine and Acid Reducer Tablets, there are ways you can help alleviate heartburn to find even more relief. After you eat, try not to bend over or lie down, as this can cause acid to more easily rise up to the esophagus. Avoid eating before bedtime, and avoid foods that often cause heartburn, like spicy, rich or fatty foods. Eating slowly and controlling portions can also help with chronic heartburn.

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