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Digestive Medications Center

Some medications cure digestive problems, such as antibiotics that kill foodborne bacteria. Others relieve symptoms, such as antiemetics (for nausea), antidiarrheals (for diarrhea), laxatives (for constipation) and antispasmodics (discomfort from muscle spasms). Antacids, proton pump inhibitors and H2 blockers treat conditions such as heartburn, indigestion, ulcer.

Live Well with Ulcerative Colitis
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Ulcerative colitis symptoms may include pain, fatigue and weight loss. Use these tips to prevent flare-ups:

 

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