rebound acid-related symptoms after stopping proton pump inhibitors (PPIs)

There's renewed concern about rebound acid-related symptoms after stopping proton pump inhibitors (PPIs).

Patients who use a PPI for only 2 months and stop it can get hyperacidity symptoms...dyspepsia, heartburn, etc.

This is usually attributed to a relapse of the disorder...but it can even happen in patients who didn't have symptoms to start with.

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