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Old 06-02-2005, 05:00 AM
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I have recently been taking Protonix for the past 4 weeks and it seems nothing has improved. I was diagnosed with a stomach ulcer relative problem at the hospital because there was black stuff in my sputum and i have been feeling like i am on my period and have been burping alot and feeling nauseated. I also started taking spectracef a few days ago for another condition and that seemed like it made my stomach problems even worse! i am also having sharp back pain and abdominal pain on the left side. I am only 20 and it is making me very depressed and worried. I take xanax for anxiety and also wander if that might be affecting the ulcer. Someone if they have any input on the situation please email me and help me.
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