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Mujhe kabj ki humesha sikayat rahti he. Is vajah se bhook bhi nahi lagti. Khana bhi kam kha pata hoo. Gas bhi banti he jissey sar dard aur sar bhari rahta he. Kuch bhi khane ka mann nahi karta. Mera weight bhi kam hota ja raha he.
I am 35 year old, I had liver cirrihosis since 20 years and getting treatment for this from 1995. Is there any alternative solution for this. I am non-alcholic, non smoker, and no other sort of habits like eating gutkha why the diseases came and any remedy for this?
I have an acidity problem and also sometimes lots of sweat comes out from body and at that time I feel consciousness, I am 26 Yr old. so what should I do?
Blood in stool, blood come after first poop then when I try to push further blood drops (fresh bright red), this happens only when I eat chicken, and blood reduces and complete stop within 4 days, this started 5 years ago when I consume meat for 2 days continuously, I assumed as piles and reduced eating meat, one time it come when I eat chicken from KFC and stopped within 3 days, 4 months ago It come again when I eat mango with green chilli on hot day and 300 km travel on bus, burning pain in anus and started to take banana blood stopped in 3 days, my father has piles, I'm 23 age, do I need test related to cancer, now when I eat meat I consume banana then there will be no blood but irritation in anus,
My Vitamin B 12 level is 136.4 pg/ml and Vitamin D (25-hydroxycholecalciferol) is 12.46 ng/ml .my MCV is 101.18 fl and MCHC is 29.44 g/do and BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) is 8 mg/dl and Triglyceride is 202.2 mg/dl and HDL-cholesterol is 32.7 mg/dl and VLDL Cholesterol is 40.4 mg/dl and SGOT (AST) is 38.8 IU/L and SGPT (ALT) is 49.8 IU/L.Please guide with these. Do I have to worry about anything .if yes please guide with do's and do not's. I have fatty liver 26.9 cm and shows diffused fatty infiltration (grade 2)
I am 22 year old female I dosent eat spicy food much but most of the time my stomach burns. And I also do not feel hungry.
Hi sir I am 27 years old I have gastric problem and I am having chaste pain from last 5 days so I am so much disturb for this please kindly give your suggestions And also nerves week in my body so I having tablet from last 6 months so I am suffering from this problem.
The production of gas in the body is a natural process as long as it is within normal limits. Whether it makes you burp or causes flatulence, excessive gas can be embarrassing. Gas can also make you uncomfortable and cause bloating. This is simply the buildup of excessive gas in the stomach before it is ready to be released. Here are a few simple tips that can help you prevent the buildup of excessive gas.
- Avoid eating gaseous foods: Beans, broccoli, milk, cheese and fruits like pears and apples; these are some of the foods to avoid if you suffer from frequent bouts of gaseousness. This is because they contain fiber and sugar that is difficult to digest and creates gas. If you cannot avoid them completely, try steaming them instead of frying or baking them. Some people may also react to certain food combinations such as fruits and proteins by producing gas. Keeping a food diary may help identify such combinations.
- Drink a glass of water before meals: Drinking water while you are eating can hinder digestion. When water mixes with solid food, it interferes with the way stomach acid breaks down food. Instead, drink a glass of water half an hour before your meals. In this way, the water flushes your system and prepares it for the digestion process.
- Eat slowly: Grabbing a bite on the go is one of the leading causes of indigestion. When you eat anything, ensure that you chew it properly and do not swallow large bites of food. This prevents air from collecting in your stomach and thus prevents gaseousness.
- Probiotics: Probiotics boost the production of ‘good gut bacteria’ that is essential for digestion. Probiotics can also help ease bloating. If you suffer from gas, try including probiotics like yogurt, pickles, kimchi and buttermilk in your diet or get yourself a probiotic supplement.
- A cup of chamomile tea: Chamomile not only calms the body but can also fight indigestion and gas. A cup of chamomile tea after a heavy meal helps speed up the digestion process. This helps relieve bloating, as the faster the stomach is emptied, the faster gas can move out of the stomach and into the intestines. Fennel, dill, peppermint and ginger can also be used as alternatives to chamomile.
- Digestive aids: Gas is a fairly common problem faced by a number of people and hence digestive aids are easily available over the counter. Look for medication that contains activated charcoal or digestive enzymes.
If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gastroenterologist.