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I have acidity problem. Wherein my stomach also swell at the time of extreme acidity. Barb a lot whenever I intake any food product that may not suite me. Don't wanted to have medicine bcoz that increases my acidity problem n feel like vomiting. Suggest some effective ways.
I got dark orange brownish urine thrice now in 6 months I have gallstones and fatty liver grade 1 and I am taking homeopathy medicins for it.
Four days back I got very dry stools and so while passing stools the skin near anus got teared. Now there is a swelling like a boil in that area and it is very painful while passing stools. I apply soframycin cream but it's of no use. I take Eva Q syrup every night so now my stools are normal but still its very painful. Please suggest a cream or any other remedy. Thanking you.
I am 26 old female. Due to my irregular timings of work I cannot eat food on time. I am getting stomach ache from past 1 week, can't able to eat properly. I thought its a gastric problem so I took the related tablet but still no relief from pain. What is the best thing I could do?
I am a youth, have bad acidity problems, I am insomniac, I feel pukish all day and coz of which I need to smoke very oftenly.
Dear Sir, I have a problem of acidity which irritates me sooo much that I can't do my work properly and efficiently. So please suggest me the best medicine which makes me free from such problem. Thanking you sir.
I am 24 yrs old and from last few months I suddenly suffering from hyper acidity and it is allergic to some food items too. Kindly suggest me some proper antacids so that I can recover completely.
I am 28, sir I have stones in my kidney and have been suffering with pain but for it I am taking berbaris homo medicine as a result, pain has become lesser but apart this disease, I have stomach disorder such as no proper digestion, gas and so on.
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease caused due to intolerance to the protein called gluten found in common foods like wheat, barley, and rye. The exact reason for the disease is not known, but gluten attacks the small finger-like projections in the intestine called the villi, which help absorb nutrients during the digestion, leading to malnourishment.
Onset of the disease is usually once the child has started on solid foods and can include diarrhea, abdominal discomfort, underweight, skin rashes, anemia, mouth sores, etc. Diagnosis usually happens with a detailed discussion and checking the level of antibodies against gluten in the blood. In rare cases, an intestinal biopsy may also be required. Once confirmed, the following are ways to manage celiac disease.
Dietary changes: Avoiding gluten-containing foods is the first step to treating celiac disease. These are common food substances like wheat and barley. In some cases, the entire family may choose to or need to take this diet, just to provide moral support to the child.
- Breads, cakes (made from wheat)
- Creamed or breaded vegetables
- Processed meats
- Dry roasted nuts (as agents used in processing could have wheat)
- Fried chicken
- French fries (that are coated in flour)
- Spreads, soft cheeses, and dips
- Salad dressings
- Gravies and sauces (including some tomato and meat sauces)
- Soup mixes and canned soups
- Crab or other seafood
- Malt or malt-flavored drinks (usually made from barley)
- Modified food starch (modified corn starch is OK; modified wheat starch is not)
- Nondairy creamer
- Soy sauce and soy sauce solids (may be fermented with wheat)
- Wheat-free products (may contain barley or rye flour)
- Yogurts containing wheat starch
Read the labels of foods to ensure they are free of gluten. Organic/natural food stores and health food stores contain wide range of gluten-free products that can be used with minimal effect on the child's food habits.
Eating out: Just because the child has celiac disease, eating out is not ruled out. Carefully choosing what to eat is suggested. Also, letting the chef know is a good idea, as most chefs will prepare something safer for the child.
Cross-contamination: Avoid cross-contamination: In schools or in cases where the child could potentially eat from other children's boxes, make sure the child is well informed and ensure he does not eat from other kids' lunch boxes. It is also a good idea to keep the class teacher and a couple of his close friends informed of the child's condition.
Most children are easy to educate and adapt well to the changes required, knowing very well that it is for their own good.