Dolgina relieves you from the symptoms such as difficulty, swallowing, heartburn a persistent cough.
Moreover, this medication helps in preventing ulcers, helps in healing the acid damage to the stomach, and may also prevent cancer of the esophagus.
The dosage, drug form, and frequency of taking this medicine is dependent on the following things
• Condition of patient
• Severity of condition
• Any medical conditions
•Your reaction to the first dose.
For patients ages 18 years and above. The recommended dosage is 30mg once a day.
For patients ages, 12-17 years old, should take this medicine 30 mg once a day.
It is not seen or checked that if this medicine is safe to use for children younger than 12 years old.
• Difficulty in breathing or swallowing
• Irregular, fast, or pounding heartbeat
• Excessive tiredness
• Muscle spasms
• Uncontrollable shaking of a part of the body
• Severe diarrhea with watery stools
• Stomach pain and fever.
When Not to Use
This medicine is not advised to patients who are hypersensitive to Dexlansoprazole hypersensitivity.
• Before taking Dolgina, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you have any medical history related to lupus and liver disease.
• Before taking this medicine, consult with your doctor if you have any allergy from the ingredients, or to similar drugs such as (omeprazole or lansoprazole) as this medicine contains some inactive ingredients that can trigger an allergic reaction to your body
• The proton pump inhibitors like dexlansoprazole increase the risk for bone fracture, especially if you are using this medicine with a higher dosage and in older adults.
• It is not known that this medicine passes into breast milk or not, so if you are nursing an infant, consult your doctor before using this medicine, because the effects are unknown on the infant.
• If you are pregnant, discuss this with your doctor before using this Dolgina.