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Treatment of Acidity
Treatment of Abdominal Pain
Treatment of Jaundice
Treatment of Ulcer
Treatment of Blood in Stools
Treatment Of Alcoholic Liver Disease
Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Treatment
Biliopancreatic Diversion Treatment
Treatment of Peptic Ulcers
Treatment of Gastric Trouble
Treatment of GERD
Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Treatment of Hepatitis B Infection
Treatment of Digestive Disorders
Treatment of Burning Sensation in Stomach
Treatment of Stomach Cramps
Treatment of Liver Disease
Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis
Treatment of Gastritis
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I have constipation problem since 5 months I tried isabgol, and etc but still I have to go toilet at least 3-4 times and my stool slowly pass but not completely and at the start of evening my stomach get pack and I can't even eat and gas problems please help (i have more problem if I eat isabgol, curd,yogurt, I already tried)
I have lower abdomen pain and burning pain in stomach for 5 days at least twice a month. What is the cause and remedy?
My nephew just 1.5 months old he's crying more and more doctor said that he's suffering from gastric problems and will be crying for next 3 months like it's colic, so what should we do? For him.
My sgpt is 322 and sgot is 94 how can I reduce this level fast. I am taking udiplus tablet. I feel fit and have no problem but after blood test my sgpt-sgot levels are high. Please suggest to bring this value down quickly.
Sir, I want to know is fistula is curable by homeopathic treatment. Or surgery is the only option? If it surgery then laser surgery is possible for fistula? What about its recurrence?
My sister .she is 30 years old. Since last 1 Year she is suffering from ulcerative colitis. Her ulcerative colitis treatment going on with gastrantologist .she is taking mesacol 1200 mg tablet OD .but now a days she is suffering from tooth pain. On 20 December 2016 her root canal done by dentist. But problem is Dr. was confused about painkillers .so he discussed with gastrantologist. He recommend tramadol 50 mg. But my sister not getting pain relief. Even dentist has not given antibiotics due to her ulcerative colitis problem. My question is which painkillers she should take and any antibiotics in such case?
Hello, I'm suffering from chrons disease from past 8 years. But pain in my bowl is not reduced, it always get severe pain after my food consumption. Is there any treatment regarding this disease? Please suggest
The only and most effective way to treat gall stone is to go for laproscopy cholecystectomy! this is the best and most effective treatment available at present!
Feeling acidic after eating a heavy meal can often make you regret those last few morsels. This acidic sensation is known as acid reflux or Gastroesophageal reflux disease, better known as GERD. GERD occurs when the functioning of the lower oesophagus muscles is restricted. This makes the undigested food in the stomach and stomach acids leak back into the oesophagus.
- Do not lie down after eating: When your body is in a horizontal position, there are higher chances of food being regurgitated into the oesophagus. To avoid this, finish your meals at least 3 hours before going to bed. Sit upright while eating and do not lie down or slouch immediately after eating. This gives the food time to be digested and move out of the stomach.
- Limit your food intake: Overeating is one of the most common triggers of GERD. Cutting down your portion sizes can instantly reduce the number of GERD occurrences. Instead of eating large, heavy meals, shorten the duration between meals and have more frequent small meals.
- Avoid foods that trigger acidity: With time, you will soon realise which types of foods trigger an acidic reaction. Some common triggers are onions, peppermint, caffeine, citrus fruits etc. Keeping a diary can help identify such foods and ease your problem.
- Quit Smoking: Nicotine not only harms your lungs, but can affect your digestive system as well. It is responsible for weakening the muscles that control the opening between the stomach and oesophagus. This allows stomach acids and food from the stomach to re-enter the oesophagus. Alcohol can also worsen GERD symptoms and hence it is better to avoid alcohol is you suffer from frequent bouts of acid reflux.
- Lose weight: Overeating, obesity and acid reflux go hand in hand. Being overweight can put extra pressure on your stomach and abdomen, thus pushing food and gastric juices into the oesophagus. Losing this extra weight should effectively resolve your acid reflux problem if you are overweight.
- Look at your medications: Some types of medication too can cause acid reflux by interfering with the digestive system and irritating the oesophagus. These types of medication include blood pressure medication, asthma medication, Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, bisphosphonates, sedatives and painkillers. Do not simply stop taking these medications, but talk to your doctor about replacing them with something else.