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Losec MUPS Tablets

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Losec MUPs are a branded medication which is used to treat symptoms of acid reflux. It contains the active ingredient Omeprazole. Losec MUPs are dispersible allowing rapid absorption of the medication and fast symptom relief. You can buy Losec MUPs (omeprazole) 20 mg here from our online pharmacy in complete confidence.

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    What are Losec MUPs?

    Losec MUPs contain the active ingredient Omeprazole which belongs to a group of medications called proton pump inhibitors (PPI), which are licensed for the treatment of acid reflux. Losec MUPs are dispersible tablets which can be dissolved in water and allowed to disperse before drinking. This allows fast absorption of the medication allowing rapid relief of symptoms.

    How do Losec MUPs work?

    Losec MUPs tablets (Omeprazole) works to control symptoms of acid reflux by reducing acid production in the stomach directly. It does this by blocking an enzyme called a ‘proton pump’, which is involved in the final step of stomach acid formation. These tablets work rapidly to control acidity and are effective for up to 24 hours. In some cases it may take up to 4 days to exert its full effect.

    How do I take Losec MUPs?

    Losec MUPs tablets should be taken in the morning at least one hour before food for best absorption. The tablets are enteric coated to ensure they do not break down in the stomach before the medication can produce its desired effect, for this reason this medication should be swallowed whole with water or allowed to disperse in water or juice prior to drinking immediately. 

    If there is no improvement in symptoms after 14 days of taking this medication or symptoms are still present after 28 days of treatment, you should see your GP to discuss alternate options. Please note we only supply 20mg and not Losec MUPs 10mg.

    What are the cautions associated with taking Losec MUPs?

    Although Losec tablets are a commonly prescribed medication in the UK, it is still important to check if the medication is suitable for you. This medication should not be used by people suffering with certain conditions or those using certain medications. You should always read the patient information leaflet (PIL) before taking this medication to ensure it is safe for you to use.

    Use of Losec MUPs and Antacids
    In some patients antacids (Gaviscon, Rennie) may be used in combination with PPIs such as Omeprazole to provide optimal symptom relief. When this combination is used there should be a gap of at least 2 hours between taking the two medications.

    What are the side effects of Losec MUPs?

    Losec MUPs like all medications can be associated with certain side effects although not all patients would experience these. We recommend seeking medical advice promptly if you experience any signs of an allergic reaction.

    Common side-effects of include:

    • Stomach Pain or Abdominal Pain & Flatulence
    • Diarrhoea
    • Constipation
    • Headache
    • Nausea and Vomiting
    • Skin Rash
    • Liver Problems

    For more information about the side effects associated with this medication please see the patient information leaflet (PIL) or please contact PostMyMeds.

     

    How do I store Losec MUPs tablets?

    • Keep this medicine out of the sight and reach of children
    • Do not use this medicine after the expiry date stated on the product packaging. The expiry date refers to the last day of that month
    • Do not store above 25°C
    • Store this medicine in the original package (blister) in order to protect from moisture

    Where can I find more information about Acid Reflux and Losec MUPs?

    Please refer to the patient information leaflet (PIL) for further information about this medication. You can find more information on Acid Reflux on the Conditions category page.

Although all of our content is written and reviewed by healthcare professionals, it should not be substituted for or used as medical advice. If you have any questions about your health, please speak to your doctor.

Authored Dec 02, 2015 by Joseph Issac, MPharm
Reviewed Oct 20, 2021 by Prabjeet Saundh, MPharm