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Michael-PA - PPI was posted 08/31/2007 09:58 pm by JohnE
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Thanks for the interesting info on PPI

**Sherrie has Neuroendcrine PC and some of the experts say NOT to use PPI's as they can cause these tumors to begin to 'function' , I am still reading. **

I take Ranitidine but it is all due to an accident.

When I was discharged post Whipple I was given a Rx for Nexium but there was an insurance authorizaation for payment problem that could not be settle rapidly and I was already home, it was late and I needed somthing for the acid control so it was changed to Ranitidine. I have now been on it for 5.5 years. Never realy heard you info, funny how things work out. Hang in there and prayers. JohnE

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