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Diarrhoea depletes the body of fluids, salts and minerals that can lead to dehydration.
* Apple juice, water and other clear fluids
* Black tea
* Rehydration Solution(ORS/Electral)
* White rice
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* Starvation, fluid or restricted diets
* Foods containing sorbitol (Mints and Chewing gum)
* Milk and dairy foods
* Alcohol, caffeine, and vitamin C tablets
I am having gall blader stone, and its giving trouble once in a year. Please advise is there any medicine to get rid without surgery.
What is fatty liver?
Fatty liver, or steatosis, is a term that describes the build-up of excess fat in the liver. While it's normal to have some fat in your liver for its regular functioning when fat makes up at least 5% of the liver its termed as fatty liver. Fatty liver can be a completely benign (Not harmful) condition and usually does not lead to liver damage. However, once there is a build-up of simple fat, the liver becomes vulnerable to further injury, which may result in inflammation and scarring of the liver.
Causes of fatty liver include:
Alcoholism- Most common cause
hyperlipidemia, or high levels of fats in the blood
Rapid weight loss
Side effect of certain medications, including aspirin, steroids, tamoxifen, and tetracycline.
There isn't a medication or surgery to treat fatty liver. Lifestyle modifications like-
Limiting or avoiding alcoholic beverages
Managing your cholesterol
Controlling your blood sugar
Avoiding high amount of fatty and sugary foods
Dietary modification-Increasing fiber like fruits and vegetables, Whole grain cereals, sprouts
Exercising- 45-60 minutes at least 4-5 days/week
Dear Sir/Madam, My Wife having a 14th week of running pregnancy. We regularly consult our gynecologist on every 15 day. My wife's running medicines are Thyronorm, Sustain 400 and rovamycin. Recently she had having started acidity issue. We also consult the same to our doctor. My doctor advice to stop to take/drinking of Milk as Milk is the reason for acidity. As per my knowledge Milk is the good for pregnant woman. So can you please advice us that what is the right? And Why she told us to stop the milk?
He can not digest food properly. Feels like vomiting when eating excess food. And can not eat properly.
I am getting stomach pain to come to the motion mixing of more blood and my hair has been changed the color black to white how to get cured this?
I am 32, year old I have huge acidity problem . More than 30 farts. Daily . Really unhappy . What to do.
I am suffering from Indigestion stomach bloating and sour belching what should I do to get rid from it.
I have a pain in right side of my lower abdomen some times it increases I have this problem from last 2 month I suggest from more doctors but I do not have solution please help me.
My mother had angioplasty two times since six months. But these days she suffered from pneumonia and disturbed from continuous loose stools. She is having diabetes also. So please guide me what to do for stopping diarrhea.
Sir I am 34 years. My name is hansraj i have alser in my mouth from last 1 years i take so many medician but still not relief can you suggest?
Actually it is for my grand mother who is 55 years old. Her problem is that blood falls in stool. What food should eat and should not eat for it?
I showed you that gluten is the toxic invader that causes Celiac Disease. Logically, removing the intruder is the first step towards treatment. That?s why anyone diagnosed with this autoimmune condition gets the conventional Celiac Disease prescription: follow a strict gluten-free diet for life. But the latest Celiac Disease research is painting a very different picture.
The University of Chicago has one of the leading treatment and research centers for Celiac Disease in the U.S, so my jaw dropped when they posted this:
?While healing may take up to 2 years for many older adults, new research shows that the small intestines of up to 60% of adults never completely heal, especially when adherence to the diet is less than optimal.?.
60% odds are worse than flipping a coin?
It would be easy to read that and think, ?So it?s the people that don?t follow a strict gluten-free diet that don?t heal.? But to be honest, I don?t think they said it as strongly as they should have. Here?s a recent study that paints a much darker picture of the Gluten-Free Diet?s success rate.