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post #1 of 6 Old 03-17-2012, 01:05 AM Thread Starter
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anyone ever buy ulcer meds from here?

http://equine.omeprazoledirect.com/index.php?p=omeprazole
I'm skeptical because the price is so good, I was looking in Walmart today and their omeprazole is $17 for a box of 42-20mg capsules, I think the dose for her size(1000lbs about) is 2100mg, so she would need 105 capsules a day :-O .So with the 700mg tabs this site sells I would only need 3/day and they sell 100 for $175. When I'm on my computer I'll research them, but nothing's better then first hand experiences.
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Sorry the link didn't show up clickable, I was on my phone, here is the link Omeprazole Direct - Horses I did a google search and everyone who posted that they bought from them had nothing but good things to say about the company, someone actually said their shipment got caught up in customs(it ships from India I believe) and they wouldn't sent it to them, so the company send them another shipment asap. I think I'm going to give it a try. If I order 200tablets for $244.95 that is a 140 day supply, 30 days at giving 3tabs a day for treatment and then 1 tab a day for the remainder(110 days) for prevention.
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So the ulcer pills around safe and sound yesterday. I started the treatment dose this morning. So far I'm happy with them, I'll post about their effectiveness in a week or so but everyone of the reviews I've read on various sites have been positive.
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I'm interested to hear if they work well.
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Hey, I use slippery elm and corn oil for my boy.
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post #6 of 6 Old 04-22-2012, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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I'm interested to hear if they work well.
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They work fantastic, even tho she had a very stressful day Friday and Saturday she shows absolutely no signs of her ulcers bothering her. This pills have been amazing both with their reasonable price and their effectiveness!
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