How Long Does Acid Rebound Last?

How Long Does Acid Rebound Last?

According to research by Best Practice & Research Clinical Gastroenterology, an acid rebound can last anywhere from 3 days to 2 months after withdrawing a patient from a treatment of acid-suppressing medication for at least 2 months. Acid rebound is a phenomenon that occurs after you stop taking acid-suppressing medications like Zantac. Researchers say that about 5% … Read more

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