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I am having gastric problem on regular basis which also creates problem for me in breathing please suggest me.
I am a professor. My age is 27. I have digestive problem. So I regularly take medicine. Please help me to cure the gastric problem.
I am 40 years old male. I have problem of bleeding per rectum from 5 days. Unsatisfied stool. Complaints aggravated by spicy food. Please suggest . What should i do ?
I am suffering for weight and gas problem in stomach .and constipation. And feeling hungary every time.
I am 65 years old. Some blood is coming out drop by drop while going for potty only for the last 10 days. I have no pain no uneasiness but water in commode becomes red. I am not any medicines used sit 2-4 hrs for office job without break. There is problem of constipation also. Please advice some remedy.
Hello sir/ma'am, I'm suffering from acidity for last few days very much but I face this prob since last some years but nowadays is too much, what I do for that after taking ENO this is slightly slow down but after 20 to 30 min it is at peak point, sir I'm facing too much problem, please tell what I do for that, what is the cause of this acidity it is normal or it is due to any serious problem of stomach,
Pus is coming from anus both internal and external which doctor to refer ayurvedic or homeopathy which medicine.
I am 42 years suffer from stomach problem local doctor diagonised as colitis suggest me how can I recover from this disease.?
Hi, I want Grade 1 fatty lever treatment. Please tell me. And I have habit of drinking alcohol and smoking is 4 cigars only per day.
Sir mere gale me kuch fsa sa lgta hai or tuddi me v dard rhta hai. Mai smoking krta hu bt jyada nhi. Or mujhe gas ka problem bhi rhta hai. Jaise hi gas gle se nikla hai kuch fsa hua gayab ho jata hai. please help me .kya khi ye kuch bda bimari ki or to nhi ja rha hai.
I have chronic abdominal boating, gas and constipation. I also sucfer from anxiety n stress in the upper spine nexk and head and eyes region. I am told I have chronic amoebiases which gets settled on upper liver region. My arms n neck is pigmented since this problem from teenage. Please suggest a permanent remedy. I also suffer from hairloss and dark cir les. Everythknv started with stomach problem. I take mahacef oz and get better for a while and then again stomach problem starts.
Dear Dr. May find name. May name is anshu pal and may age 17 year old. I have suffering from the gall bladder stone from the 1 year .currently I have test recently the size of stone 1 to 4 mm so I have suggest to me simple treatment. I have suffering from some money problem. Suggest you to aayurvedic treatment. thank you.
I have bleeding in my feces for over 1 year. During the pooping, there is a pain in my anus, and after the pooping it I m fine but when I m go to toilet, pain and bleeding both take place. What should I do?
The human body with its multiple organs is a highly complicated structure and one or more organs often malfunction for various reasons. However, for some, no reasons are identified for this problem. One such is irritable bowel syndrome or IBS as it is commonly referred to.
It is a common disorder affecting the large intestine leading to alternate bouts of diarrhea and constipation, abdominal cramps and a feeling of fullness. It is common in people younger than 45 years of age, affects women more than men, and though the exact reason is not known, the following are attributed.
- Signal issues between the brain and intestines: For various or even unknown reasons, the brain may not be able to send the right signal to the stomach to process food, making the stomach to be hyperactive and have an increased sense of pain or sensitivity or discomfort. Neurotransmitters, which are chemicals responsible for sending signals to various organs also could be involved.
- Hormonal connection: Menstrual periods tend to aggravate symptoms of IBS, while postmenopausal women are largely free of IBS symptoms.
- Genetics: People with a family history of IBS are more likely to develop IBS too.
- Aggravating foods: Foods rich in carbohydrates, spicy foods, fatty foods, caffeine and alcohol aggravate IBS symptoms. Ability to absorb sugar could be a cause too.
- Infections: Some people with IBS have certain bacteria identified in their gut which produces excessive gas and this could lead to altered bowel movements.
- GI Motility Issues: Alterations in the way the food passes through the stomach can lead to either constipation (slow movement) or diarrhea (quicker movement). There could also be spasms and contractions after eating, especially if the stress levels are high.
- Psychological issues: Panic disorder, anxiety, depression, and posttraumatic stress disorder are common in IBS patients. It is possible that they are not able to express their psychological stress, it manifests as physical symptoms. Stress increases symptoms of IBS and vice versa.
- Manage stress: Meditation, yoga, support groups, medication and even hypnosis in severely stressed people helps control stress, providing great relief in IBS symptoms.
- Lifestyle changes: Reduce alcohol and smoking
- Dietary changes: Avoid aggravating foods, increase the amount of fiber if you have diarrhea and space out meals to avoid intestinal overload
- Herbal remedies: Probiotics, peppermint oil and a variety of herbal medicines are available.
- Symptomatic medications: Based on presenting symptoms, different medications including antibiotics for infections and motility drugs can be used. Anti anxiety and antidepressants are also prescribed to manage the psychological issues.
In terms of causes, symptoms, or treatment, IBS requires a very individualized approach and your doctor is the right person to discuss this with and decide. Consult an Expert & get answers to your questions!