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Treatment of Acidity
Treatment of Abdominal Pain
Treatment of Jaundice
Treatment of Ulcer
Treatment of Blood in Stools
Treatment Of Alcoholic Liver Disease
Treatment of Peptic Ulcers
Treatment of Gastric Trouble
Treatment of GERD
Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Treatment of Hepatitis B Infection
Treatment of Digestive Disorders
Treatment of Burning Sensation in Stomach
Treatment of Stomach Cramps
Treatment of Liver Disease
Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis
Treatment of Gastritis
Treatment of Ulcerative Colitis
Treatment of Amoebiasis
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I have antral gastritis and I am talking rabicip L for last 3 months but there is no HEALING I HAVE ANXIETY ALSO IS DUE TO GASTRITIS I AM UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND I HAVE STOMACH FULLNESS AND BLOATING IN MORNING AFTER Breakfast BUT I AM ALRIGHT IN EVENING.
Hello Doctors, From the past 1 year almost I get stomach and chest burning sensation, burping with acid reflux and stomach fullness sometimes also sometimes when I eat it's painful when passes through. It's gerd they said I consulted with 2 doctors. First doctor prescribed pantosec D for a month and another doctor prescribed 15 days medicine veloz D and Veloz 20. But when medication dosage are completed the problem starts again. Now endoscopy is being suggested I am now worried if it's something very serious? I read on internet that long term gerd can cause esophageal damage and cancer. Can anyone please guide Me. I don't know what to do.
Hello! Doctor, I have blood in my stool and when I go for stool blood in that and pain as well. After passing stool its paining allot. Please Doctor suggest me.
I have hemorrhoids. Pain also coming at anus. Presently I am not taking any medicine for thet. I am not married now. I am ready to marriage after 4 months. My age 26 yr. My question is "is this hemorrhoids effects my sex life" is coming like erectile dysfunction problems" please tell me.
Hi, Recently did an USG of the whole abdomen and found out that I have infiltration of Fat in the Pancreas. I have been told that I don't need any medicine. What should I do. Please suggest what kind of food I should have so that I can loose belly fat as quick as possible.
I am suffering from IBS from the last two years. Mainly loose motion type. The doctors could not treat me till date. My main problems are heavy bloating all the time, very less energy, felling weak, and rushing to toilet in the morning. Any solutions? I eat homemade food and keep in mind everything told by the nutritionist. Thank You.
A liver is the largest organ in the human body, weighing about 1.5 kg and has a significant role in terms of digestion and metabolism. It also helps remove toxins and fight infections. Therefore, when a liver fails, the overall health of an individual is significantly affected. Often a liver transplant is required where the affected liver is removed and a new liver from a donor, either living or deceased, is placed and sutured in place. The success rate, if done early and well, can be close to 80% at three years. Over a period of time, this new liver gets accepted by the body to perform various functions that were done by the original liver.
The people affected by the following diseases could benefit significantly from a liver transplant.
- Chronic liver failure: This is not easily identifiable and the condition develops over a period of time, usually over years. Chronic liver failure is produced by many conditions, the most common being cirrhosis. Due to chronic alcohol abuse, the liver tissue undergoes scarring. This scarred tissue replaces the normal liver tissue and the liver functions are affected. This leads to poor metabolism, indigestion, toxin accumulation, etc. The most typical symptoms include accumulation of fluid in the abdomen and black, tarry stools. Once diagnosed, evaluation is done to find out the MELD score. This determines the severity of cirrhosis and overall prognosis. For most cases of severe cirrhosis, transplant is almost a definitive treatment with 3-year survival rates of close to 75%.
- Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH): People who are not alcohol abusers, but have a fatty accumulation within the liver, often face a liver failure. This again can require a liver transplant.
- Biliary conditions: The bile ducts transport the bile that is produced in the liver to the stomach. If these are not functioning properly, either due to cirrhosis, blockage, or improper development, then a liver transplant may be required. This is often done in younger patients, less than 15 years old.
- Congenital conditions like hemochromatosis and Wilson’s disease: These are genetic conditions, often identified in children, and require a transplant at a young age. A full liver transplant may not be required in these cases.
- Acute liver failure: This is often a side effect of medications and can onset within a few weeks. This can necessitate a liver transplant as in most of the cases, the patients are young.