Prescriptions for GP

Here is a list of Prescriptions sometimes recommended for GP:

This is a list of Prescriptions that were at one time prescribed for my husband. Some are nerve medications – – which work for some people who have a paralyzed stomach but didn’t work for my husband since his vagus nerve is damaged. Others are Antibiotics that some patients have to take long term due to constant Hydrogen Producing Bacteria infections. The antidepressants help some people the same way the ones do for nerve damage. Some are for conditions as a result of GP such as intestinal distress and nausea.

None of these seemed to help my husband’s GP condition and the side affects of the Prescriptions were horrible. He does still take quite a few of them for nausea, sickness, infections and pain. What helps the most are the natural supplements and his own formula. Please see the RX & Supplements page.

  • Amitrypiline (Antidepressant) **
  • Align (Digestive Support)
  • Azithromycin (Treats Stomach Bacterial Infections)
  • Carafate (treats Ulcers)
  • Cymbalta (Antidepressant)
  • Ciprofloxacin (Antibiotic)
  • Cholestyramine / Prevalite Powder (for Bile)
  • Dicyclomine (treats IBS)
  • Diphen (Diarrhea)
  • Entereg (Used for problems after bowel surgery or similar surgery. It is Super Expensive)
  • Erythromycin (Antibiotic that can help with motility)
  • Gabapentin/Neurotin (nerve damage)
  • Loperamide (Diarehhea)
  • Lorazepam (Anxiety med but used for nerve damage)
  • Metronidazole / Flagyl (Antibiotic)
  • Mexiletine (Pain medication – See my Lidocaine Post)
  • Motillium / Domperidone (Can help with motility. Only available for purchase in Canada)
  • Nifedipine (Esophageal Spasms)
  • Nitrostat (Esophageal Spasms)
  • Nortriptyline (Antidepressant)
  • Ondansetron (Nausea)
  • Peptamon OS (Medical Drink)
  • Pancrease (Digestion)
  • Promethanzine (Nausea)
  • Tetracycline (Antibiotic)
  • Vasotec (Blood Pressure Med but used for nerve damage)
  • Urisodol (Gallstones)
  • Xifaxan (Intestinal Distress)
  • Zelnorm /┬áTegaserod (treats IBS)

** These are listed in Alphabetical Order. This site does not recommend any of these. You should discuss your GP with your Health Care Provider and also do your own research on these drugs.