Pepcid
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(Famotidine)

3.7/ 5 average rating with 853 reviewsforPepcid
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75%
saidit'sworth it
41%
saiditworked well
8%
saidit'sa big hassle
  • Worth it
    Low hassle
    Reviewed famotidineon 11/26/2019Worked just about as good as Prevacid.
    67
    Man
    A few months
    Stomach acid
  • Worth it
    Low hassle
    Reviewed PepcidWish I'd known about it sooner. Had taken that pill that needed to be taken for 14 days straight. Pepcid is way better.
    70
    Man
  • Not sure
    Some hassle
    Reviewed Pepcid ACon 7/29/2019Dry mouth
    80
    Woman
    Just as needed
    Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • Worth it
    Low hassle
    Reviewed Pepcid ACon 9/16/2019Can't take while pregnant
    34
    Woman
    A year or so
    Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • Worth it
    Low hassle
    Reviewed Pepcidon 8/9/2017better than any PPIs for me
    40
    Man
    Two years or more
    Indigestion
  • Not worth it
    Some hassle
    Reviewed famotidineon 11/23/2019It did not work at all. I tried several over the counter brands. None were helpful. I was also given this medication in the hospital and it just did not do anything. Famotidine was entirely ineffective for me. I would not ever use this medicine again.
    25
    Woman
    A few months
    Stomach acid
  • Not worth it
    Big hassle
    Reviewed Pepcid ACon 12/31/2019It caused constipation, bloating, nausea, headaches, sleeping troubles and was nor very effective.
    37
    Woman
    A few months
    Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • Worth it
    Low hassle
    Reviewed famotidineon 4/27/2020Rabeprazole seems to be better and also cheaper.
    66
    Man
    Two years or more
    Excessive stomach acid secretion
  • Worth it
    Low hassle
    Reviewed famotidineon 6/3/2020Famotidine (Pepcid) is the safest H2 blocker and is 8 times more potent than Zantac at reducing acid. This is according to the National Institutes of Health.
    60
    Man
    Two years or more
    Gastrointestinal bleeding