Pantoloc Control 20mg Tablets - 7
WHAT IS PANTOLOC CONTROL?®
If you’re one of many people who suffer from heartburn or other symptoms of acid reflux at least twice a week, some of the simple pleasures in life, like a morning coffee or a bar of chocolate, can feel like a daily gamble. For those who suffer at night-time the disturbed sleep caused by heartburn can leave you unable to function properly the next day.
Now, new Pantoloc Control® can give you the freedom from worrying when heartburn will hit. Pantoloc Control® is different from most other heartburn treatments available over the counter.
Pantoloc Control® provides effective relief both day and night with just one tablet per day, meaning that you can stop coping with your symptoms and start treating them. You may start to experience symptom relief after one day of treatment with Pantoloc Control®, but it may take a few days to reach maximum symptom relief (Pantoloc Control® is not intended to provide immediate relief, and once complete relief of symptoms has occurred treatment should be stopped).
- Works at the source of the problem preventing the production of excess stomach acid
- Longer lasting relief from heartburn than antacids
- Provides relief both day and night with just one tablet a day
- Gives long-lasting relief from the symptoms of heartburn for up to 24 hours
- Is conveniently available from your pharmacist
IS PANTOLOC CONTROL® FOR ME?
With so many heartburn treatments available, it can be difficult to know which one is best for you. If you suffer from heartburn or other symptoms of acid reflux more than twice a week, ask your Pharmacist if new Pantoloc Control® might be right for you.
Although over 6 million people in the UK suffer heartburn, it is actually just one of a range of symptoms caused by acid reflux. Although heartburn and acid regurgitation are the most common symptoms of acid reflux, not all heartburn sufferers are the same so different treatments will be suitable for different patients.
Which kind of heartburn patient illustrates you best? Take a look at these patient profile case studies (please note that these are examples and not real life cases).