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Stomach
Our Stomach class of Digestive medications are used to treat disorders of the stomach, oesophagus and small intestine (upper GI tract) like nausea, reflux and peptic ulcers(stomach and duodenal ulcers); also gastroparesis, which is delayed emptying of the stomach.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. hyoscine or the product name, e.g. Buscopan.

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Our Stomach class of Digestive medications are used to treat disorders of the stomach, oesophagus and small intestine (upper GI tract) like nausea, reflux and peptic ulcers(stomach and duodenal ulcers); also gastroparesis, which is delayed emptying of the stomach.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. hyoscine or the product name, e.g. Buscopan.

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Asacol 400mg (Mesalazine)
Asacol 400mg (Mesalazine)
Mesalazine
Also known as Azacol or Pentasa
From $0.86 per Tablet
Mesacol OD (Mesalamine (delayed release) 1200mg)
Mesacol OD (Mesalamine (delayed release) 1200mg)

Mesalamine (delayed release)
Also known as Lialda
Out Of Stock
Aprecap (Aprepitant) 1x125mg 2 x80mg 3 Capsules/Pack
Aprecap (Aprepitant) 1x125mg 2 x80mg 3 Capsules/Pack

Aprepitant 80mg and 125mg
Also known as Emend
From $7.67 per Capsule
Buscopan 10mg
Buscopan 10mg
Hyoscine Butylbromide
From $0.33 per Tablet
Carafate 1g  (Sucralfate)
Carafate 1g (Sucralfate)
Sucralfate
From $0.74 per Tablet
Deltone (Dexlansoprazole 60mg)
Deltone (Dexlansoprazole 60mg)

Dexlansoprazole
Also known as Dexilant or Kapidex
From $1.75 per Capsule
Domperidone Pharmacy Health 10mg
Domperidone Pharmacy Health 10mg

Domperidone
Also known as Motilium
From $0.14 per Tablet
Domperon 10 (Domperidone)
Domperon 10 (Domperidone)

Domperidone 10mg
Tablets may be swallowed whole or allowed to dissolve in the mouth.
From $0.14 per Tablet
Emeset-4 (Ondansetron 4mg)
Emeset-4 (Ondansetron 4mg)

Ondansetron
Also known as Zofran
From $0.99 per Tablet
Emeset-8 (Ondansetron 8mg)
Emeset-8 (Ondansetron 8mg)

Ondansetron 8mg
Also known as Zofran
From $2.16 per Tablet
Gaviscon Double Strength Chewable Tablets
Gaviscon Double Strength Chewable Tablets
Sodium Alginate 500mg, Calcium Carbonate 160mg and Sodium Bicarbonate 267mg
From $0.33 per Gram
Lafaxid-10 (Lafutidine 10mg) Tablets
Lafaxid-10 (Lafutidine 10mg) Tablets
Lafutidine
Also known as Stogar
From $0.80 per Tablet
Lanzol Relief 30mg (Lansoprazole)
Lanzol Relief 30mg (Lansoprazole)

Lansoprazole 30mg
Also known as Prevacid
Discontinued
Losec 20mg  (Omeprazole)
Losec 20mg (Omeprazole)
Omeprazole 20mg
Also known as Prilosec
From $0.96 per Capsule
Losec 40mg (Omeprazole)
Losec 40mg (Omeprazole)
Omeprazole 40mg
Also known as Prilosec
From $1.40 per Capsule
Mesacol 400mg (Mesalamine)
Mesacol 400mg (Mesalamine)

Mesalamine (delayed release)
From $0.78 per Tablet
Mesacol 800mg (Mesalamine)
Mesacol 800mg (Mesalamine)

Mesalamine (delayed release)
From $1.00 per Tablet
Mesacol OD 1200mg (Mesalamine)
Mesacol OD 1200mg (Mesalamine)

Mesalamine (delayed release)
Also known as Lialda
Out Of Stock
Esomac 40 (Esomeprazole 40mg)
Esomac 40 (Esomeprazole 40mg)

Esomeprazole 40mg
Also known as Nexium
From $1.21 per Tablet
Metoclopramide Tablets 10mg
Metoclopramide Tablets 10mg

Metoclopramide
Also known as Maxolon or Reglan
From $0.20 per Tablet
Nexium 40mg  (Esomeprazole)
Nexium 40mg (Esomeprazole)
Esomeprazole
Discontinued
Motilium (Domperidone 10mg)
Motilium (Domperidone 10mg)
Domperidone 10mg
Original brand of Domperidone - Film Coated Tablets
From $0.33 per Tablet
Motilium (Domperidone) 10mg (Sourced from Turkey)
Motilium (Domperidone) 10mg (Sourced from Turkey)
Domperidone
Original branded product (Turkish writing) - comes with English language leaflet.
Discontinued
Vomistop (Domperidone 10mg)
Vomistop (Domperidone 10mg)

Domperidone 10mg
Our most popular generic
From $0.12 per Tablet
Motilium M (Domperidone)
Motilium M (Domperidone)
Domperidone 10mg
From $0.16 per Tablet
Prokinex 10mg (domperidone)
Prokinex 10mg (domperidone)

Domperidone
Discontinued
Esomac 20 (Esomeprazole 20mg)
Esomac 20 (Esomeprazole 20mg)

Esomeprazole 20mg
Also known as Nexium
From $0.69 per Tablet
Moza-5 (Mosapride) 5mg
Moza-5 (Mosapride) 5mg

Mosapride
From $0.38 per Tablet
Omeprazole 20mg
Omeprazole 20mg

Omeprazole
Also known as Prilosec or Losec
From $0.43 per Capsule
Omeprazole 40mg
Omeprazole 40mg

Omeprazole
Also known as Prilosec or Losec
From $0.49 per Capsule
Panzop Relief (Pantoprazole) 20mg
Panzop Relief (Pantoprazole) 20mg

Pantoprazole
Also known as Protonix
From $0.60 per Tablet
Pentasa 500mg (Mesalazine)
Pentasa 500mg (Mesalazine)
Mesalazine
From $1.19 per Tablet
Pro-Banthine 15mg
Pro-Banthine 15mg
Propantheline bromide B.P. 15mg
Out Of Stock
Rabemac (Rabeprazole 10mg)
Rabemac (Rabeprazole 10mg)

Rabeprazole
Also known as Aciphex
From $0.50 per Tablet
Rabicip-20 (Rabeprazole 20mg) 15 Tablets/Strip
Rabicip-20 (Rabeprazole 20mg) 15 Tablets/Strip

Rabeprazole 20mg
Also known as Aciphex
From $0.85 per Tablet
Salazopyrin 500mg (Sulphasalazine)
Salazopyrin 500mg (Sulphasalazine)
Sulphasalazine
From $0.30 per Tablet
Salazopyrin-EN 500mg (Sulphasalazine)
Salazopyrin-EN 500mg (Sulphasalazine)
Sulphasalazine EN
Enteric Coated Tablets
Out Of Stock
Panzop Relief 40mg (Pantoprazole)
Panzop Relief 40mg (Pantoprazole)

Pantoprazole 40mg
Also known as Protonix
From $0.80 per Tablet
Zinetac (Ranitidine 300mg)
Zinetac (Ranitidine 300mg)
Ranitidine
Also known as Zantac
From $0.30 per Tablet

Peptic ulcers and reflux

Gastric acid is needed for digestion of food. Gastric reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is when the acidic contents of the stomach flow back into the oesophagus causing heartburn (a burning feeling from the stomach towards the neck) and dyspepsia (indigestion and abdominal pain). Reflux disease, as this condition is commonly known, is usually due to damage or loss of normal function of the sphincter muscle at the junction of the oesophagus and stomach that normally acts as a one-way valve and prevents backflow of stomach contents. Reflux can also damage the oesophagus causing oesophagitis or inflammation of the oesophagus.

Peptic ulcers are damage to the stomach lining (gastric ulcers) or the lining of the upper intestine (duodenal ulcers) and are caused by excess gastric acid production due to use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) or by infection of the stomach with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori.

Medications used to treat reflux and ulcers are based on reducing the amount of gastric acid produced and released into the stomach, and fall into two categories:
  • Proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole, esomeprazole, rabeprazole and lansoprazole, which block the enzyme involved in producing gastric acid by stomach lining cells.
  • H2-receptor antagonists like ranitidine, which block the gastric H2-receptor preventing the normal stimulation by histamine of gastric acid production.

Ulcer protection

Another treatment for peptic ulcers is using a cytoprotectant like sucralfate that forms a protective barrier over the ulcer from the damaging effects of gastric acid and digestive enzymes.

Gastroparesis

Gastroparesis is when the stomach muscles do not work properly causing a partial paralysis of the stomach and delayed emptying of the contents. The result is that food stays too long in the stomach before emptying into the small intestine and this can put extra pressure on the esophageal sphincter. Gastroparesis is usually due to nerve damage and can be treated using a serotonin (5HT) receptor agonist like cisapride. This action stimulates stomach muscle contraction so that food can be moved out into the small intestine.

Stomach muscle spasm

Muscle spasm in the stomach can be caused by a variety of GI disorders, including peptic ulcers, reflux disease, infection or food intolerance. Muscle spasm can be treated symptomatically using an antispasmodics medication like propantheline that works as an anticholinergic by blocking the action of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine that is involved in regulating intestinal smooth muscle contraction. This action allows the smooth muscle to relax, reducing muscle spasm.

Nausea

Nausea and vomiting are symptoms of several different conditions, including, gastrointestinal disorders, migraine, chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer treatment, reaction to surgical anaesthetic and dysmobility, which is when the intestinal or stomach muscles do not work efficiently and movement of food through the GI tract slows down. The vomiting reflex originates in the chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ) of the area postrema of the brain sending nerve messages to the vomiting centre of the brain. Medications used to relieve nausea and vomiting include two types of antiemetic:
  • Serotonin receptor-antagonists like ondansetron that work by binding to specific 5HT3 receptors in the intestine and in the CTZ and block the transmission of nerve messages from the intestines and from the CTZ to the vomiting centre in the brain, which prevents the vomiting reflex from being triggered.
  • Dopamine antagonist like domperidone and metoclopramide that work by binding to dopamine receptors in the CTZ blocking the transmission of nerve messages to the vomiting centre in the brain, which prevents the vomiting reflex from being triggered. They also have gastrokinetic action by interacting with nervous control of muscle contraction in the stomach and upper intestine, which helps relieve symptoms of dysmobility (when food processing slows down) and this also helps prevent vomiting.


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Peptic ulcers and reflux

Gastric acid is needed for digestion of food. Gastric reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is when the acidic contents of the stomach flow back into the oesophagus causing heartburn (a burning feeling from the stomach towards the neck) and dyspepsia (indigestion and abdominal pain). Reflux disease, as this condition is commonly known, is usually due to damage or loss of normal function of the sphincter muscle at the junction of the oesophagus and stomach that normally acts as a one-way valve and prevents backflow of stomach contents. Reflux can also damage the oesophagus causing oesophagitis or inflammation of the oesophagus.

Peptic ulcers are damage to the stomach lining (gastric ulcers) or the lining of the upper intestine (duodenal ulcers) and are caused by excess gastric acid production due to use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) or by infection of the stomach with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori.

Medications used to treat reflux and ulcers are based on reducing the amount of gastric acid produced and released into the stomach, and fall into two categories:
  • Proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole, esomeprazole, rabeprazole and lansoprazole, which block the enzyme involved in producing gastric acid by stomach lining cells.
  • H2-receptor antagonists like ranitidine, which block the gastric H2-receptor preventing the normal stimulation by histamine of gastric acid production.

Ulcer protection

Another treatment for peptic ulcers is using a cytoprotectant like sucralfate that forms a protective barrier over the ulcer from the damaging effects of gastric acid and digestive enzymes.

Gastroparesis

Gastroparesis is when the stomach muscles do not work properly causing a partial paralysis of the stomach and delayed emptying of the contents. The result is that food stays too long in the stomach before emptying into the small intestine and this can put extra pressure on the esophageal sphincter. Gastroparesis is usually due to nerve damage and can be treated using a serotonin (5HT) receptor agonist like cisapride. This action stimulates stomach muscle contraction so that food can be moved out into the small intestine.

Stomach muscle spasm

Muscle spasm in the stomach can be caused by a variety of GI disorders, including peptic ulcers, reflux disease, infection or food intolerance. Muscle spasm can be treated symptomatically using an antispasmodics medication like propantheline that works as an anticholinergic by blocking the action of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine that is involved in regulating intestinal smooth muscle contraction. This action allows the smooth muscle to relax, reducing muscle spasm.

Nausea

Nausea and vomiting are symptoms of several different conditions, including, gastrointestinal disorders, migraine, chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer treatment, reaction to surgical anaesthetic and dysmobility, which is when the intestinal or stomach muscles do not work efficiently and movement of food through the GI tract slows down. The vomiting reflex originates in the chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ) of the area postrema of the brain sending nerve messages to the vomiting centre of the brain. Medications used to relieve nausea and vomiting include two types of antiemetic:
  • Serotonin receptor-antagonists like ondansetron that work by binding to specific 5HT3 receptors in the intestine and in the CTZ and block the transmission of nerve messages from the intestines and from the CTZ to the vomiting centre in the brain, which prevents the vomiting reflex from being triggered.
  • Dopamine antagonist like domperidone and metoclopramide that work by binding to dopamine receptors in the CTZ blocking the transmission of nerve messages to the vomiting centre in the brain, which prevents the vomiting reflex from being triggered. They also have gastrokinetic action by interacting with nervous control of muscle contraction in the stomach and upper intestine, which helps relieve symptoms of dysmobility (when food processing slows down) and this also helps prevent vomiting.


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