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You will need to fill in a simple health questionnaire so that our GPs and Pharmacists can ensure it is safe for us to supply your Omeprazole capsules to you. It only takes a few minutes, and your treatment can be delivered to your door as soon as the next working day.
Yes – as long as you are buying from a website that is a legally operating and regulated pharmacy, it is perfectly safe to buy Omeprazole capsules online.
The Independent Pharmacy is an NHS Online Pharmacy based in Bristol and has all the necessary regulation to be able to safely provide convenient access to genuine prescription treatments through our Online Pharmacy and Online Doctor.
The price includes the medication you have selected, the private consultation with our doctor or pharmacist and, if the purchase is over £40, it also includes free standard delivery. Under £40, standard delivery is £2.95 and all items are sent using a Royal Mail Tracked Service.
There are many advantages to buying acid reflux treatments online, some include:
- It's quick and easy- there is no need to spend time at the doctor or pharmacy.
- Fast delivery- We offer same day dispatch before 4pm and fast delivery to your address of choice with Royal Mail.
- Great prices- we are able to offer very competitive prices and we guarantee to beat any other Online Doctor service.
- A wealth of information - we provide all the information you could need on Omeprazole capsules and other acid reflux treatments, in easy to digest formats, at a time that suits you.
Omeprazole can be taken in conjunction with a number of different types of medicine. If you are currently taking other medication, it’s important to speak with a medical professional before taking Omeprazole.You can contact us here and we will be happy to help you.
Milk has been suggested for a number of years as a way to reduce symptoms of heartburn. Although milk does seem to buffer the initial symptoms of heartburn and indigestion, it could actually cause more discomfort. The fatty acids and other nutrients in milk can cause your body to produce even more acid to try and break down the milk. This method can actually make symptoms worse, which is why it’s a good idea to invest in the right medication for your needs.
Heartburn is caused by acid from the stomach travelling upwards, into the oesophagus. This can cause a burning like pain behind the breastbone and can become uncomfortable if left untreated. Some people are more prone to indigestion, like those that simply produce more stomach acid, those with structural issues (those with a weak or small valve at the top of their stomach, or those with a disease or condition that exacerbates conditions of heartburn.
There are a number of different foods and drinks that can cause symptoms of heartburn to become worse. For example, those that drink alcohol or smoke will be at a higher risk of suffering from symptoms of indigestion and heartburn.
Yes, heartburn can cause pain in the chest, usually felt as a burning sensation behind the breastbone. Though heartburn can feel painful at the time, if its not a chronic condition (happening everyday) then it rarely causes for concern. Other complications and medical conditions can cause pain in the chest, especially persistent conditions of acid reflux. Conditions like GORD, gastric ulcers, and gallbladder attack can all cause severe chest pain that mimics the symptoms of other, more serious conditions like heart attacks and angina.
In some cases, symptoms of heartburn can be caused by pregnancy. The hormone progesterone increases in the body during the early stages of pregnancy and this can cause indigestion and heartburn symptoms. Progesterone causes the body to relax, preparing it for labour. This hormone can cause the valve at the top of the stomach to relax, allowing acid from the stomach to travel up towards the oesophagus and cause pain.
This is usually the most common during the night. If you are suffering symptoms of heartburn with no other symptoms present, then the chances of pregnancy are slim. If you are concerned about heartburn, then it’s important to speak to a professional to get a diagnosis.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding then it is not recommended to continue taking Omeprazole, unless specifically directed by a healthcare professional. If you are unsure whether it’s safe to continue taking Omeprazole or would like to find out about other treatments available, speak to one of our professional doctors today with a free consultation.
Omeprazole is not suitable for infants or babies unless specifically directed by a healthcare professional during a face-to-face consultation.