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Which antacids contain magnesium trisilicate?

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I need to take antacids to help ease my GERD symptoms but I have been told that some antacids contain magnesium trisilicate and that I shouldn't take those. Which antacids contain magnesium trisilicate?
asked 3 years ago in Symptoms by marjana23 (120 points)

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Antacids that contain magnesium trisilicate are relatively safe to take as long as they are not used on a regular basis. Most likely the reason you were warned off of this element is because you have GERD, which is a long term issue that should not be treated with magnesium trisilicate for more than two weeks. The most popular brand name antacids that contain magnesium trisilicate are Genaton, Alenic Alka, and Regular Strength Gaviscon.
answered 3 years ago by jacquelynn_1972 (140 points)
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Gaviscon (regular strength), Genaton, and Alenic Alka are three brand names that contain magnesium trisilicate. It shouldn't really hurt you to take one of these medications once in a while, but they shouldn't be taken for long term treatment of GERD symptoms due to the resulting side effects. Possible side effects of magnesium trisilicate are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and constipation. If you have existing kidney issues or are prone to developing kidney stones then you should definitely not take anything that has magnesium trisilicate because it can lead to the formation of kidney stones.
answered 3 years ago by anonymous (740 points)
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