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Dexilant is a prescription drug that treats gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and esophagus erosion caused by stomach acid. It comes in the form of a capsule, and 30 Dexilant pills (a one-month supply) can cost hundreds of dollars without insurance coverage. To get the lowest Dexilant cost available, use the searchRx search tool to compare pharmacy costs in your area. Once you’ve found a low-cost pharmacy listing, click the corresponding ‘Claim Now’ button to print or download one of our Dexilant coupons. Take your Dexilant coupon to your chosen pharmacy to receive a discount at checkout. Hold onto your coupon; you can use it every time you refill your prescription.
Because it is highly effective at reducing stomach acid, Dexilant is used to treat GERD or acid-related damage to the esophagus. It is also sometimes prescribed to treat stomach ulcers.
Dexilant comes in 30mg and 60mg capsules. Most patients who need this medication take it once a day, with or without food. If you suffer from heartburn after eating, your doctor may instruct you to take your dose before a meal, at the same time every day. Swallow each capsule whole; chewing or splitting a capsule may cause the medicine to be released into your bloodstream too quickly.
Dexilant may cause diarrhea, which could be a sign of a serious bacterial infection. Contact your doctor right away if you have watery or bloody diarrhea, and don’t use an anti-diarrhea medication unless your doctor says it is safe to do so. When used for an extended period, Dexilant may increase your risk for bone fractures. Talk to your doctor about how to mitigate this risk, and go over your medical history to make sure this drug is safe for you.
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