- Do you suffer from Heartburn or indigestion? Zantac 75 tablets are used for the treatment of symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux such as acid regurgitation, heartburn and indigestion.
- For example indigestion can be caused by rushing meals or pregnancy.
£5.99 – £15.99
What are Zantac 75 Tablet used for ?
Do you suffer from Heartburn or indigestion? Zantac 75 tablets are used for the treatment of symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux such as acid regurgitation, heartburn and indigestion. For example indigestion can be caused by rushing meals or pregnancy.
Zantac 75 contains the active substance Ranitidine which blocks the ‘pump’ that produces stomach acid. Hence it reduces the amount of acid in your stomach.
Symptoms of indigestion.
You can have symptoms such as Heartburn or feeling full and bloated.Further, you may feel sick and suffer from belching and farting. You may also bring up food or bitter tasting fluids.Do you have stomach ache or back ache? This may be a sign of constipation.
How do you treat indigestion?
You can do a few things to help to prevent indigestion. Loose weight if you are overweight. You could cut down on tea and coffee.
Another cause of heartburn is spicy foods. Try not to eat three or four hours before bed time. Stop smoking.
Additionally, you can use Pepto-Bismol as the leading indigestion treatment. It will relieve your symptoms in a fast and gentle way.
How do you use Zantac 75 Control Tablets?
Swallow one Zantac 75 tablet whole, with a drink of water, as soon as you have symptoms. If symptoms persist for more than one hour or return, take another tablet. Do not take more than four tablets in 24 hours.
Use vitamins and supplements to help during times of illness.
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Like all medicines, Zantac 75 can have side effects, but they are rare:
Stop taking the medicine and tell your doctor immediately if you experience:
Allergic reactions. These are very rare but may include developing an itchy rash, swelling of the eyelids, face or lips (with or without a lumpy skin rash elsewhere on the body), unexplained fever, difficulty breathing, dizziness (especially on standing up) and chest pain or tightness. Unexplained bruising or bleeding, sore throat, mouth ulcers, fever, extreme paleness, weakness or exhaustion. These can be signs of blood disorders such as anaemia, low white blood cells, low platelet count, suppressed bone marrow or reduction in agranulocytes (a type of white blood cell). The following side effects may occur. Tell your doctor if you get them.
Confusion, depression, drowsiness or hallucinations. Headache, dizziness or sudden, jerky movements. Changes in heart rhythm. Inflammation of your blood vessels. Sudden inflammation of your pancreas (you may get severe stomach pain) or diarrhoea. Stomach pain, constipation, feeling sick (nausea). Inflammation of your liver which may cause one or more of the following: feeling or being sick, fever, itching, yellowing of the skin and eyes, dark coloured urine. This can cause changes to your liver function tests. Hair loss, blurred vision. Aches and pains in your muscles and joints. Sudden inflammation of your kidneys. Increase of serum creatine in the blood (kidney function test).
Blood in your urine or changes in the normal amount of urine. Impotence. Swollen, tender or leaking breasts. Reporting of side effects: If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet. You can also report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at: www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. By reporting side effects, you can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.
For the patient information leaflet