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I am 26 now. Male.last 2 months I am affected by severe gastric problem. And also cause insomnia due to gastric. How could I over come from this problem.
Please give me a complete diet for the day as I am overweight and have gastric ulcer and indigestion problem.
I have a problem with my digestive system, from long time, so I want any medicine for permanent cure fron this problem. What can I do sir. please suggest.
Sir, I am 26 year old earlier at the age of 20 to 24 I started using drug (pill) everyday which name is sparxmo proxyvon but after 3 year of stop using this pill sometime I feel pain at my stomach and frequently I do pee even not digested the food I ate so what to do it is the side effect or what.
Sir/madam mere stomach ki nabhi bar bar hat jati hai jisse mera body lazy ho jata hai. Sir iska koi ilaj btaye. Jisse mai lifetime happy rah saku. Please tell.
After waking up I go to the toilet. During first time the bowel movement is proper. But after some time again the pressure comes and I have to go to the toilet and stool comes out in small amount compared during the first time and sometimes no stool comes out but the pressure is released. After coming out of the toilet it feels like the stomach has expanded and also I feel some cramps in my muscles. There is also some pain around the anus area. Whether it is due to going to the toilet frequently or not, I am not sure. I am taking proper diet such as fruits, raw vegetables. Not eating outside food. Please tell me what is the problem and advice me some medicines. Should I have to go for some tests.
My pancreas is swollen n nearby two small ball like structure is formed because of that I am totally unwell what should I do.
The diagnosis as well as management of pancreatic cystic lesions is a general problem. Nearly 1% of the patients in the chief medical centers have been observed to have pancreatic cystic lesions on cross sectional imaging. It has also been observed that a quarter of all pancreas scanned in an autopsy series contain pancreatic cysts. Earlier, these cystic lesions were regarded benign but with increasing evidence made available from the cystic lesions, they are regarded as origin of pancreatic malignancies.
Information on Asymptomatic Neoplastic Pancreatic Cysts: The most vital medical tools that are used in the diagnosis and management of pancreatic cystic lesions include the endoscopic ultrasound and cross sectional imaging. These are used to distinguish non-mucinous cysts from mucinous cysts. The identification of pancreatic cysts creates a lot of anxiety for the clinicians as well as the patients related to the probable presence of a fatal tumor. The findings of a macro cystic lesion that enclose viscous fluid loaded in CEA are helpful in the analysis of a mucinous lesion.
The most common pancreatic cysts are the non-neoplastic inflammatory pseudo cysts, and they can be detected easily by imaging. The identification of pancreatic irregularity with probable association with malignant cells is a vital source of referral for the specialist. The set of guidelines that have been proposed for the management and diagnosis of patients with asymptomatic neoplastic pancreatic cysts are based specifically on the analysis of the quality of the data. It is also designed to address the most important and frequent clinical scenarios. The diagnostic suggestions are provided based on the clinical problem as well as the risk of malignancy.
Imperative Guidelines to Follow: To achieve accurate diagnosis of asymptomatic neoplastic pancreatic cysts is indeed a great challenge. It is all the more important to find the reproducible methods that can be used to stratify threat of cancer for the patients. The main guidelines include a two year screening interval of cysts that can be of any size as well as stopping observation after 5 years, in case there is no change. The new guidelines, for the most part, recommend surgery if more than one concerning feature is confirmed on the MRI by use of endoscopic ultrasound. The new guidelines even suggest discontinuation of inspection after the surgery if no dysplasia or invasive cancer is identified. The guidelines have mainly been developed by use of Grading of Recomendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation.