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The Instacart buying guide to stomach relief

Whether you're suffering from heartburn, indigestion, or acid reflux, an upset stomach needs quick relief. When you order over-the-counter stomach relief via Instacart, it's easy to get the solution you need without leaving the house. In a hurry? Instacart offers same-day delivery so that you can get your order in as little as 2 hours!

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Buy your favorite stomach relief online with Instacart. Order antacid, antidiarrheal, antigas, and more from local and national retailers near you and enjoy on-demand, contactless delivery or pickup within 2 hours.

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FAQs About Stomach Relief

When you experience a stomach ache, take a moment to assess the severity and consider your condition. If your abdominal pain is severe, if you see blood, or if you're pregnant, it's best to call your doctor or seek emergency assistance.\n
For less severe pain and discomfort, over-the-counter medications can offer relief. Try to identify your symptoms, so the medication you take makes you feel better rather than worse. You may be able to alleviate common symptoms with these treatments:
  • For heartburn and acid indigestion, fast-action antacids and longer-lasting H2 blockers can offer relief.
  • For bloating and stomach cramps, gas relief capsules can address discomfort.
  • For diarrhea, medications with loperamide or bismuth subsalicylate can help.
  • For constipation, try taking a laxative powder or capsule.
  • For stomach ulcers, acetaminophen can alleviate the pain.
  • When everything hurts, a multi-symptom stomach relief medication can make you feel better.

Eating spicy food can make your mouth feel like it's on fire, especially if you're sensitive to hot spices. Once your digestive system gets to work, your stomach might feel a similar level of discomfort. That's because capsaicin, the substance that makes spicy food taste so hot, can make your digestive system feel the same burn.\n
Although everyone reacts differently to spicy food, most people experience a few common symptoms. These over-the-counter solutions can alleviate the discomfort that spicy food often causes:
  • Antacids and heartburn relief medications can address pain related to acid indigestion. For immediate relief, look for a chewable form that's designed to act quickly.
  • Capsaicin often speeds up the digestive process, which may cause diarrhea. Antidiarrheal tablets can give your digestive system a break and prevent extra trips to the bathroom.

If you experience stomach aches after ingesting dairy products, you may have lactose intolerance, or the inability to digest lactose properly. Because lactose intolerance is a chronic condition that can have serious side effects, it's a good idea to ask your doctor about a long-term solution. Your doctor may suggest adding over-the-counter lactase drops to certain dairy products before you consume them.\n
However, if you need immediate relief from the symptoms of lactose intolerance, these over-the-counter options may help you feel better:
  • Gas relief tablets can alleviate the discomfort that comes from built-up gas in your intestines.
  • Antidiarrheal tablets can provide much-needed relief for an overactive digestive tract.
  • An all-in-one stomach medication can address a wider range of symptoms and help you feel better quickly.

Unlike other types of stomach issues, ulcers go beyond mild discomfort and cause serious pain. If you think you have a stomach ulcer, you should always talk to your doctor for expert advice and a more permanent solution. To alleviate stomach ulcer pain, many physicians recommend over-the-counter pain relievers like acetaminophen.\n
Most advise against taking NSAIDs like aspirin and ibuprofen. These pain relievers can exacerbate stomach ulcers and cause potentially life-threatening complications. If you aren't sure which drugstore medication to take or want to make sure the one you have is safe, always ask your doctor first.

Over-the-counter stomach relief medication can alleviate occasional pain and discomfort. However, most medications aren't designed for everyday or long-term use. If you have a chronic issue, talk with your doctor to decide on a solution.\n
To address occasional or acute stomach discomfort, always follow the instructions that come with your medication. A typical dosage may be:
  • Daily for many long-lasting heartburn and acid indigestion medications and many laxative tablets.
  • Every 30 minutes or hour for antidiarrheal medications.
  • As needed for antacid chewable and gas relief capsules.
In addition, many over-the-counter medications specify how long it's safe to take them. For example, you should take most antidiarrheal medications for no more than 2 days. You should take most fast-acting antacids for no more than a week at a time. Read the medication packaging carefully for more information. If you need relief and can't get out, let Instacart take care of the shopping for you and deliver your items the same day.
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