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Aluminum hydroxide(equivalent to Dried Gel, USP) 400 mgMagnesium hydroxide 400 mgSimethicone 40 mg
relieves: • heartburn • sour stomach • acid indigestion• upset stomach due to these symptoms • symptoms of gas
Ask a doctor before use if you have• kidney disease • a magnesium restricted diet
presently taking a prescription drug. Antacids may interact with certainprescription drugs
if symptoms last for morethan 2 weeks
ask a health professional before use.
In case of accidental overdose, seek professional assistanceor contact a Poison Control Center immediately.
store at room temperature tightly closed • do not freeze
each teaspoon contains:
This Product is not manufactured or distributed by Johnson and Johnson Merck, distributor of Mylanta
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