Zantac is a good acid reducer. It is one of the H2 blockers. A stronger type of acid reducer is a PPI. Some of the PPIs are: protonix, aciphex, nexium, prilosec, and prevacid. Some of us need to take both types of acid reducers to get enough control. You can start by taking the max dose of Zantac (300 mg twice daily), or switch to one of the PPIs, but if neither is fully effective, it's also OK to take both.
Lauren (2004). HG from week 6 to delivery. Zofran, reglan, phenergan, unisom and B6, protonix, prednisone, PICC, IV hydration, and TPN.
Angel baby (April, 2011)
Madeleine (2012). HG from week 5 to delivery. Zofran, phenergan, unisom, protonix, Zantac, PICC, TPN, and IV hydration.