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Can I take medications before an esophageal motility procedure?

Before your esophageal motility procedure, you must stop taking the following medications:
  • Prilosec or Prevacid five days before your test
  • Propulsid 48 hours before your test
You should not take any of your regular medications on the day of your test unless instructed to do so by your physician.

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