3A Pan 40mg Tablet

3A Pan 40mg Tablet

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The use of 3A Pan 40mg Tablet extends beyond treating stomach ulcers and acidity caused by prolonged painkiller use It is classified as a proton pump inhibitor PPI medication It is recommended to take this medication one hour before a meal preferably in the morning The dosage will depend on your underlying condition and individual response to the medicine It is important to continue taking the medication as prescribed even if symptoms disappear quickly To enhance the effectiveness of the treatment it is advisable to consume smaller frequent meals and avoid caffeinated drinks such as tea and coffee as well as spicy or fatty foods Common side effects associated with 3A Pan 40mg Tablet include mild symptoms such as nausea vomiting headache dizziness flatulence diarrhea and stomach pain If these symptoms persist or cause significant discomfort it is recommended to consult a doctor Longterm use of this medication may increase the risk of side effects For example taking this medication for more than one year may heighten the risk of bone fractures particularly with higher doses It is advisable to discuss with your doctor possible measures to prevent bone loss or osteoporosis such as taking calcium and vitamin D supplements Before beginning treatment with this medication inform your doctor about any severe liver problems you may have medications you are currently taking for HIV any previous allergic reactions to similar medications or if you suffer from bone loss or osteoporosis Pregnant or breastfeeding women should also consult their doctor before taking this medication