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Doctors' Answers to "Frequently Asked Questions" - Zantac
Answer: Beta blockers are ok with zantac. Some patients experience nausea with beta blockers, but this would not interfere with the action of zantac.
Answer: Probably not, but this would depend a lot on the amount of dysfunction that she has. Decreasing the dosage is usually recommended.
Answer: Zantac (rantidine) is a drug which belongs to the group called H2 Blockers. These are common drugs and have been available since about 1975. They have such minimal side effects that they are available over the counter without a prescription. I know of no specific problem with children. I do know that chronic reflux will cause major problems in his later life if not properly treated.