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Tirupati Medical Centre & Nursing Home

General & Laparoscopic Surgeon, Surgical Gastroenterologist
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New delhi, Delhi - 110017
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S.N.Medical College,Agra
S. N.Medical College ,Agra
MS - General Surgery
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Association of Surgeons of India
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
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  • MBBS, MS - General Surgery
    Surgical Gastroenterologist, General & Laparoscopic Surgeon
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Laparoscopic surgery is also known as minimal invasive surgery. The smaller length and depth of the incision leads to faster recovery than usual. It causes smaller, lighter scars once the surgery wound heals completely.

    In the procedure, small tubes, surgical instruments and video cameras are used for operations through small incisions or cuts in your body. The procedure has become very popular in recent times. However, there are some myths around it which you shouldn't believe:

    Myth: If you've undergone multiple abdominal surgeries in the past, you can't opt for a laparoscopy.

    The truth is that you can go for a laparoscopy even if you've gone through multiple surgeries previously, irrespective of the location or size of the previous incisions. This is done through the use of a special instrument, called a microlaparscope that enables safe entry into the abdomen of the patient.

    Myth: If you're overweight or underweight, you can't undergo a laparoscopy

    No matter if you're obese or too thin, you can still undergo a laparoscopy as the tools used for this surgical procedure are available in different lengths and sizes, and can be adjusted as per the body type of the patient before the incision is made.

    Myth: The images taken through a laparoscope are of poor quality This is not true. In fact, the visuals obtained through a laparoscope are clearer and much more accurate when compared to those obtained via an open surgery. The visuals of a video laparoscopy provide a detailed magnification of even those parts of the area that are inaccessible by the human eye.

    Besides, you should also be aware of the complications to deal with the procedure better post surgery:

    Bruising: After surgery, depending on the type and duration of the procedure, the patient is always advised to follow certain restrictions regarding mobility and restriction of normal day-to-day functioning. These rules must be followed in order to prevent the possibility of bruising after a Laparoscopic surgery.
    Hematoma formation: A hematoma is an accumulation of blood outside the blood vessel. This is not normal at all and requires urgent inspection and treatment. This is a relatively common complication that happens after a Laparoscopic surgical procedure. Precautions are taken by surgeons to avoid this but it may still occur. It needs to be diagnosed early, and then the bleeding vessel needs to be embolized selectively in order to reduce any further complication of this type.
    Injury inflicted: Any injury that may be inflicted on the blood vessels present in the walls of the abdomen or on the sidewall in the pelvic region, as well as injuries in the bowel area and the urinary tract must be avoided. Proper protocol must be followed by the doctor to avoid such complications as much as possible.
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    It is believed that about 27% of all males and 3% of females can have a hernia during their lifetime. Factors like obesity, pregnancy, smoking, chronic lung disease aggravate the severity of the hernia.

    What causes it?

    When an organ residing in a cavity such as the abdomen tries to push through the muscular layer it resides in, it is called as hernia. Though said to be genetic, hernias can be caused by things such as improper heavy lifting, incorrect posture, or chronic constipation and as a result of surgical complication or injury.

    Types of Hernia

    Hernia can be an Inguinal Hernia, Umbilical Hernia, Hiatal Hernia or Femoral Hernia. It can also originate from an incision (Incisional Hernia).The Inguinal Hernia is commonly observed in males. Here, the intestine squeezes through a tear in the abdominal wall into the groin (Inguinal canal). At times, the small intestine bulges through the abdominal wall (weak spot) near the belly button, which results in Umbilical Hernia. In Hiatal Hernia, the upper part of the stomach passes into the chest through the diaphragm, and of all the hernia types, the Inguinal Hernia is the most common.

    Treatment of Hernia

    In case of Hernia, the affected area tends to protrude or bulge out. If left untreated; Hernia can prove to be detrimental. One needs to consult a physician for proper diagnosis and treatment.

    Physical examination can help in the diagnosis of Inguinal Hernia. An ultrasound is needed to diagnose Umbilical Hernia. A Barium X -ray or endoscopy can be of great help in the diagnosis of Hiatal Hernia.The severity of the Hernia depends upon its size. In case the Hernia is rapidly increasing in size, a surgery is needed for the repair.

    The surgery performed can be open or laparoscopic. In open surgery, Hernia is identified through an incision. Once located, the Hernia is removed from the adjacent tissues. In laparoscopic repair, small incisions are made in the affected region. Through these incisions, specialized instruments are inserted. It is through these instruments that the surgeon visualizes and performs the surgery.In such repairs, a mesh, held in place by sutures is used as a scaffold. This facilitates the growth of new tissues in the affected person. This technique significantly lowers the chance of a recurrence.
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Having a surgery, big or small, will subject your body to a certain degree of pain. Post-operative care, hence, is of paramount importance. You'll have a surgical wound where the surgeon has made an incision. To ensure that it heals quickly and to reduce the risk of an infection, it is important that you care for your wound area and keep a regular check for unusual signs and symptoms.

    Let us take a step back to understand the normal process of how a wound heals. At first, there will be inflammation during the first week when blood flow to your wound increases. This is a crucial care period as your wound is still fresh. The second phase is proliferation where new blood vessels and tissue begin to grow around the area.

    The third and final phase is maturation where new cells develop to strengthen the wound and soften the scar. Depending on the location and size of your wound, your surgeon may have used stitches (medically called sutures), metal clips or staples, adhesive dressing, tape or glue. Stitches, clips and staples are usually removed between three and fourteen days after your treatment. Here is how you can care for your surgical incision:

    1. Change your dressing regularly: Most patients are called to the hospital at regular intervals during the first week for change of dressing two or three times. The nurse or doctor ensures a sterile environment during the process. If you find your dressing falling of late night and you can't go to the hospital, you can wash your hands thoroughly and open a new sterile dressing package and apply to your wound. At all times, touch only the edges of your old / new dressing.

    2.General care for your incision site: Keep the incision site as clean and dry as possible. Keep it covered with plastic during a shower if it is on your hands or legs or take a sponge bath until you get a green signal from your doctor. Protect the incision from sunlight. Some incisions may get itchy as they heal. This is quite common, but it is important not to scratch your incision during this period.

    3.Eating and drinking properly to heal quickly: Vitamin C and Proteins are important as they aid in healing of wounds. Eat a healthy and balanced diet, which includes a variety of lean meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, fruit and vegetables. Make sure that you drink enough water because if you're dehydrated, your wound may take longer to heal.

    4.Look for signs of infection: The common signs of an infection are redness, swelling, unusual drainage, warmth around the incision site increased pain or tenderness at the incision, incision opens up or a fever of more than 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Here are some tips for the treatment of piles, fissure, and fistula
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Here are some tips to cure acidity, gas formation, flatulence, heart burn and constipation
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Here are some treatments for pilonidal disease
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Roadside accidents are common and they lead to many health problems in which some may require amputation for removal of one of the limbs to save the life of a person.

    Amputation is a life-saving procedure by which a part of the body that has suffered irreversible damage is surgically removed. Amputation is only carried out as a last resort when the infection/ decay spread to the other parts of the body.

    Why is this procedure needed?

    The most common cause of amputation is blockage of blood circulation. Without blood, the tissues do not get oxygen and begin to decay, and an amputation is carried out to stop the damage from spreading to other tissues. As stated above, an amputation is carried out only as a last resort. The surgeon checks the infected part for the following to make sure that an amputation is required:

    Checking for a pulse close to the region where the cut is to be performed
    Comparing skin temperatures with the affected limb
    The surgeon tries to bypass arterial blood from the nearest artery to the affected region to rejuvenate the cells. Some reasons of amputation are:

    Severe injury (extreme burns/ vehicular accidents)
    Cancerous tumor in the bone or muscle
    Serious infection, which has stopped responding to antibiotics
    Thickening of nerve tissue called neuroma
    Risks and complications of amputation

    Risk of complication is lower in planned amputations than in emergency amputations. In the case of a planned amputation, the surgeon will shape individual muscles for future prosthetic limbs, smooth out rough bones and bone fragments and take care of all the loose ends of the procedure. In emergency amputations, however, the limb is amputated very fast and bleeding is stopped as soon as possible. The following complications may arise as a result of amputation procedures:

    Heart complications
    Venous blood clots
    Slow wound healing or infection of the wound
    Stump or "phantom limb" pain
    Psychological problems
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    From cancer prevention to prenatal diagnostics: Ultrasound examination (sonography) is a painless method for examining the internal organs. This involves displaying images of the body's structures using ultrasound waves.

    We offer the following ultrasound examinations:

    Whole Abdomen(Liver,Gall Bladder,Kidneys,Pancreas,Urinary Bladder,Prostate,Uterus,Ovary etc can be clearly visualised on ultrasound)
    Obstetric (whereby the number,position,development of foetus and its environment etc can be noted.Congenital anomalies may be diagnosed)
    Transvaginal scans
    Transrectal scans
    Ovulation Studies

    How to Prepare for an Ultrasound

    For scans of the liver, gall bladder and pancreas (Upper Abdomen) overnight fasting is required
    For pregnancy up to 3 months and for scans of the uterus, ovaries, kidneys, urinary bladder and prostate, please do not pass urine for 2-3 hours and drink 3-4 glasses of liquids 1 hour before the scan
    For all other scans no preparation is required
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Circumcision (male)

    Circumcision is the surgical removal of the skin covering the tip of the penis. Circumcision is fairly common for newborn boys in certain parts of the world, including the United States. Circumcision after the newborn period is possible, but it's a more complex procedure.

    For some families, circumcision is a religious ritual. Circumcision can also be a matter of family tradition, personal hygiene or preventive health care. For others, however, circumcision seems unnecessary or disfiguring. After circumcision, it isn't generally possible to re-create the appearance of an uncircumcised penis.

    Why it's done? Risks? How you prepare? What you can expect

    Circumcision is a religious or cultural ritual for many Jewish and Islamic families, as well as certain aboriginal tribes in Africa and Australia. Circumcision can also be a matter of family tradition, personal hygiene or preventive health care. Sometimes there's a medical need for circumcision, such as when the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back (retracted) over the glans. In other cases, particularly in certain parts of Africa, circumcision is recommended for older boys or men to reduce the risk of certain sexually transmitted infections.

    The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says the benefits of circumcision outweigh the risks. However, the AAP doesn't recommend routine circumcision for all male newborns. The AAP leaves the circumcision decision up to parents - and supports use of anesthetics for infants who have the procedure.

    Circumcision might have various health benefits, including:

    Easier hygiene. Circumcision makes it simpler to wash the penis. Washing beneath the foreskin of an uncircumcised penis is generally easy, however.
    Decreased risk of urinary tract infections. The overall risk of urinary tract infections in males is low, but these infections are more common in uncircumcised males. Severe infections early in life can lead to kidney problems later on.
    Decreased risk of sexually transmitted infections. Circumcised men might have a lower risk of certain sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Still, safe sexual practices remain essential.
    Prevention of penile problems. Occasionally, the foreskin on an uncircumcised penis can be difficult or impossible to retract (phimosis). This can lead to inflammation of the foreskin or head of the penis.
    Decreased risk of penile cancer. Although cancer of the penis is rare, it's less common in circumcised men. In addition, cervical cancer is less common in the female sexual partners of circumcised men.
    Circumcision might not be an option if certain blood-clotting disorders are present. In addition, circumcision might not be appropriate for premature babies who still require medical care in the hospital nursery.

    Circumcision doesn't affect fertility, nor is circumcision generally thought to enhance or detract from sexual pleasure for men or their partners.
  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    What is laparoscopic surgery?

    Laparoscopic surgery is the technique of performing surgery by making small cuts (5-10 mm usually) over the abdomen and inserting special instruments through them. Hence the name 'keyhole' surgery. The surgeon performs surgery using these special instruments, one of which is a camera while looking at the image on a screen.

    The advantage of this procedure over traditional surgery is that since there is the absence of a large incision, pain is much less, recovery is faster, the hospital stay is less, complications are less.

    On top of this, there is a cosmetic benefit of absence of scar!!

    Nowadays, we perform almost all abdominal surgeries laparoscopically including those for appendicitis, gallstones, hernia, GERD (reflux disease), peptic ulcers, achalasia cardia, spleen removal, pancreatic surgery, liver surgery, surgery for cancers of stomach, food pipe (esophagus), small intestine and large intestine (colon and rectal cancers), hysterectomy (uterus removal) and nephrectomy (kidney removal).

    In addition, we also perform specialised surgeries like those for morbid obesity laparoscopically. One of our award winning videos has been for sympathectomy for excessive sweating over palms, axilla and feet.

    So, welcome to the world of Minimal Access Surgery.

    Advantages of keyhole surgery:

    Minimal pain
    Fast recovery
    Shorter hospitalization
    Faster return to daily routine
    Earlier return to work
    Less wound infection complications
    Fewer chances of postoperative chest infection
  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon

    A hernia is a weakness or defect in the lining of the abdominal (belly) or pelvic (groin) wall. It can be present at birth or develop over the years.

    Signs and Symptoms:
    You may see or feel a lump under the skin or in males a bulge in the scrotum (this is usually intestine). This may present with straining while lifting heavy objects, during a bowel movement or urination. Coughing and sneezing may also produce a bulge. The lump may disappear when laying down or even with gentle pressure. A hernia can be present without an obvious lump. It can be painful or cause a burning sensation. Sometimes it may be present for years without any symptoms.

    What should you do if you suspect that you have a hernia? There is no acceptable nonsurgical medical treatment for a hernia. The use of a truss (hernia belt) can help keep the hernia from bulging but eventually will fail. The truss also causes the formation of scar tissue around the hernia making the repair more difficult. Have your doctor perform an examination, because if the repair is delayed it can result in incarceration (intestine is stuck and cannot get back inside) or strangulation (intestine is stuck and develops gangrene). The latter is an emergency.

    The hernia will not go away, it will only get bigger. The bigger the defect the bigger the operation required to fix it.

    Under certain circumstances the hernia may be watched and followed closely by a physician. These situations are unique to those individuals who are high operative risks, ie, severe heart or lung disease, or bleeding problems. Of course, even in the high risk person, if the symptoms become severe or if strangulation occurs, then an operation must be performed.

    Surgical Options:

    What type of operation is best for you? There are two main options for hernia repair:

    1) Open Repair: The traditional, open repair has been the gold standard for over 100 years. There are 5-10 different approaches and can be performed routinely with local and intravenous sedation. Open repair is generally painful with a relatively long recovery period.

    2) Laparoscopic Repair: Laparoscopic repair has been developed over the last 10 years. It is usually performed under general anesthesia but spinal anesthesia is an option. Local anesthesia can be used under special circumstances. Benefits of Laparoscopic (laparoscopic) repair compared to the open repair are: shorter operative time, less pain, and shorter recovery period.

    Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery:
    For Laparoscopic hernia surgery a telescope attached to a camera is placed through a small opening under the belly button. Two other small cuts are made (each no larger than the diameter of an eraser on the end of a pencil) in the lower abdomen. The defect is covered with a mesh (synthetic material made from the same material that stitches are made from) and secured in position with other stitches/staples/titanium tacks or tissue glue.

    Risks to Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery:
    As with the open operation, bleeding and infection can occur. The risk of nerve injury appears to be less than in open repair, as does the potential for recurrences of a hernia.

    After the Operation:
    Usually you can be discharged home a few hours after the completion of the Laparoscopic hernia operation. Take it easy the first few days. Walking stairs is allowed, and walking outside (weather permitting) is encouraged. Taking a bath or shower 48 hours after the operation is permitted. Avoid driving for at least 3 days and any time while taking pain medication.

    Remember to make a follow-up appointment with your surgeon 1-2 weeks following the operation. Seek medical attention sooner if you develop fever, bleeding, severe belly pain, excessive swelling or nausea and vomiting.
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Many times we advise to patients,relatives, and friends to have a routine of daily exercise.Light moderate and severe exercise are advised according to age group,general health,heart disease,BP,Diabetes etc.

    Light exercise means walking at least 30 mt for 5 days a week.This should be brisk according to capacity and person should sweat.

    Moderate exercise is running ,jogging cycling,jumping ,swimming etc this should be again for 30 mt minimum and a good amount of sweating should be there.

    Heavy exercise is weight lifting,running fast,jumping from good height etc.Heavy sweating is there.

    Morning walk is a light exercise and the zist for everyone.It tone up your body and increase your resistance.

    Make a routine of morning walk and 1 game of your liking can save you from many problems.

    Simple health tip can be a very big change in future.Follow it.
  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Alcohol and smoking are the main factor responsible for all these problems. The change in society in our country now is remarkable. This has become very popular in younger generations subsequently these problems are on the rise. Lifestyle changes can prevent the dreaded disease like a peptic ulcer.

    Avoid tea/coffee alcohol, smoking spicy food.
    Lifestyle changes and food habits can solve your problem easily.
    Chew your food properly.
    Avoid outside food.
    Walk about 3-5 km daily.
    There should be a gap of 2hrs after dinner and sleep.
    Small and frequent meals are of help.
    Keep your blood sugar controlled.
    Raise your bed about 4 degrees from headend side.
    Get your gastro endoscopy done.
    Tab next pro-l 1 tab empty stomach.
    Avoid stress. Meditation is the key to avoiding stress.
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Gall bladder stones are the most common problem by which many of are suffering. Gall baldder is situated on the right side of the abdomen on the undersurface of liver. It is a pear-shaped structure which collects the bile which is formed by the liver and pour it in the intestine whenever required. I f you take heavy meals and your digestive system need more of bile, it is provided by gall bladder immediately.

    On the other side, it can bear stones inside which can give severe pain, vomiting distention of abdomen. It creates the emergency situation. Ultrasound examination is a very good modality to detect it. Once it is diagnosed by your doctor, get it operated as early as possible. It creates a big problem if not treated in time.

    Gall bladder can be removed by open surgery and by laparscopic surgery. Your surgeon will decide whichever way is good for you. Hospital stay is only for 1 day. Post operative recovery is in 5 days. Please don't get panic once it is diagnosed and take action.

    Removal of gall bladder does not harm you in any way. Everything is normal after it.
  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    We always talk to patients for life style changes.What are they? why rquired? What is the advantage? These are the common question come in any body mind.Please concentrate here now.

    Life style changes can make you healthy,wealthy and prosperous.

    Health is the gift of God,maintain it.

    Morning walk of 30 mt is the zist of life.

    Socialization is prime requirement of everybody.

    Keep smoking and alcohol away from you.

    Pooja or medittation everyday is must.

    Avoid outside food.

    30 mt free time in a day and think about yourself.

    Never be aloof from freinds and relatives.

    Recognize the power of sharing.

    Be self sufficient financially,socially.

    Delete past and don't think too much for future.Live in present.

    Don't make over ambitious goals in life.

    Be happy and smiling always.

    Read daily.Pfofessional books,News paper,buisness information.

    Don't hesitate to ask question on Lybrate about your health.

    Dr Ashok Gupta


  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    From cancer prevention to prenatal diagnostics: ultrasound examination (sonography) is a painless method for examining the internal organs. This involves displaying images of the body's structures using ultrasound waves.

    We offer the following ultrasound examinations:

    Whole abdomen (liver, gall bladder, kidneys, pancreas, urinary bladder, prostate, uterus, ovary etc can be clearly visualised on ultrasound)
    Obstetric (whereby the number, position, development of foetus and its environment etc can be noted. Congenital anomalies may be diagnosed)
    Transvaginal scans
    Transrectal scans
    Ovulation studies

    How to prepare for an ultrasound

    For scans of the liver, gall bladder and pancreas (upper abdomen) overnight fasting is required
    For pregnancy up to 3 months and for scans of the uterus, ovaries, kidneys, urinary bladder and prostate, please do not pass urine for 2-3 hours and drink 3-4 glasses of liquids 1 hour before the scan
    For all other scans, no preparation is required

  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    What is gastro endoscopy?

    Gastroendoscopy is the visualisation of the oesophagus (aka food pipe), stomach, upper part of duodenum through a gastro-endoscopy. It is also known as esophagogastroduodenoscopy and upper gi gastro-endoscopy.

    Gastroendoscopy is an outpatient procedure which means the patient can go home straight after the completion of this procedure.

    What is a gatroendoscope?

    Gastroendoscope is a highly sophisticated instrument which is having a shaft of 9mm in diameter. It has got a fibre optic bundles passed through the shaft to transmit the light to the tip and the image to the endoscopist.

    The adaptation of endoscopes to video monitoring system has been developed to use in computer chip technology and now it is in routine use in all endoscopy suites.

    What are the symptoms which could suggest the requirement of a gastro endoscopy?

    Acid regurgitation
    Dysphasia (difficulty in deglutition)
    Water brash (watering regurgitation in the mouth)
    Excessive burping and hiccups
    Pain in the abdomen
    Constant feeling of fullness of the abdomen
    Distention of the abdomen

    How can gastro endoscopy help in medical diagnosis?

    During routine upper gi endoscopy the entire oesophagus, stomach and prioximal duodenum are examined. And it is very useful in making the diagnosis of:

    Oesophageal cancer
    Oesophageal varices
    Gastric ulcer
    Gastric polyp
    Cancer of the stomach
    Duodenal ulcer and
    Any space occupying region in the upper gi system

    What do patients need to do for a gastro endoscopy procedure?

    Patient has to be fasted for 6 or more hours to ensure an empty stomach. And it is being done by giving a topical anaesthetic. The anaesthetic is applied to the pharynx (throat) to numb the gag reflex. Sedation may be required for the procedure.
  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Bleeding per rectum is the most worrying problem with many of us. What is required to check this?

    Don't get panic.

    See yourself it is coming mixed with stool or dripping drop by drop after passing the stool.

    It is red or black in colour.

    Do you have constipation?

    How often is it repeated?

    Any medication is taken on the previous day.

    Any history of taking food outside in hotel or restaurant.

    Any bleeding disorder you have which is known to you.

    If you have any one of these make homework and contact doctor immediately with the answer to these question.

    Most of the times it is controlled very easily but close watch and full medical opinion is required
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  • MS - General Surgery, MBBS
    General Surgeon
    Most common complaint with patients is acidity and gas formation which make them uncomfortable. It is mainly due to lifestyle changes which we have nowadays. Fast food, fatty food alcohol, tea/coffee in excess and stress of modern life.

    This problem can be solved by changing the food habits and yoga, meditation as well. Medicines are also of help but don't make habit of them.

    Thirty minutes morning walk, avoid smoking and alcohol, good sleep, avoid stress, 2 hours gap after dinner to bed. Will help you a lot.
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