List Criteria: Only prescription stomach and GI and meds
Got stomach issues? Check out this list of the most popular stomach and gastrointestinal medicine. All of the most commonly prescribed medicines, drugs, and medications have been included. Prescription medication, as the name would imply, is medicine requiring a prescription from an authorized health practitioner such as a medical doctor, dentist, psychiatrist, or nurse practitioner. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) governs which drugs require a prescription. Over the counter drugs (OTC drugs) are considered much safer, with a reduced risk of adverse side effects. In contrast, prescription drugs are considered potent enough to require an expert's supervision. Interestingly enough, the same drug can be both over the counter, and prescription based depending upon the drug's dosage.
For people who suffer from stomach and GI issues like IBS, Colitis or Crohn's disease, taking these pills becomes an important part of your life. They can make life a little less painful. The medication listed on here are pretty strong so be sure to research the side effects before ingesting them. The same goes for checking on the strength of the dosage.