I have acid reflux and take Amaprazole st evening meal. I also use Peridex for gingivitis & it results naseua?
I used Peridex 8 years for Gingivitis with no ill effects. Last refil caused me stomach ache and naseua at night; stopped using and problem subsided. Any relationship? Can I depend on pharmacyfor toxicology test of last RX?
Asked by Rebbecca Hurston 1 year ago.
Peridex isn't swallowed!! Have periodontal surgery and you won't need the Peridex anymore. If you had had it done 8 years ago, you'd have paid for it by now, considering the price of Peridex. Talk to your pharmacist or dentist about this. Answered by Helen Bendy 1 year ago.
I have Gerd and take Amiprazole before main meal. I use peridex at night and resulting stomach pains. Any conn
When I stopped using Peridex, my stomach pains and nasua subsided. Can I depend on pharmacy to test my last RX for purity as prior 8 years of use with no aggaravation of stomach and problem started within 2 days of using.
Asked by Foster Trippi 1 year ago.
Peridex only causes a few minor side effects in the mouth because you are suppose to spit it out. I don't know what happens if you swallow it. The FDA guarantees the purity of all medications in the U.S. Answered by Georgann Novello 1 year ago.
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Will peridex antibiotic mouth rinse decrease my birth control effectiveness?
I've been rinsing with peridex and I know antibiotics can lower birth control effectiveness some more then others. I was wondering if anyone know how this one effects it and if it does, how long until my birth control will pretty much stop being effective
Asked by Gretchen Train 1 year ago.
It shouldn't, I've used peridex (and still do sometimes) and my birth control still works perfectly. See, unlike some antibiotics, you don't eat peridex, so it isn't absorbed into the blood stream. Some MAY get into the blood stream if your teeth bleed, but it's such a small amount it will not effect the pill's effectiveness. Answered by Reginia Prigge 1 year ago.