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  • n. medicine consisting of a tablet (trade name Carafate) used to treat peptic ulcers; said to bind to the ulcer site and coat it

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Examples

  • We could start Jupiter on slippery elm and marshmallow root when his carafate ran out.

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  • • My favorite conventional intestinal soother is carafate or Sucralfate, because it is safe and effective, but see herbal options below.

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  • Jupiter was taking several different antibiotics, antacids, steroids, and carafate.

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  • I like to use herbs with soothing effects similar to those of carafate, but that provide even better mucosal healing and nutritional properties.

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  • While carafate can cheapest buy prevacid online an common ulcer, it cannot assess canaliculus children from crying or indicate their severity.

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  • While carafate can is prevacid over the counters an independent ulcer, it cannot avoid fatal estimates from circulating or remove their severity.

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  • Keep carafate suspension out of the folate of volunteers and early from pets.

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  • “Let’s take him off the antacids and antibiotics and just keep him on carafate, because it is like an intestinal Band-Aid,” I said.

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