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I am a computer professional that's the reason m continuously getting acidity. Please tell how to take precautions.
Hi, Recently did an USG of the whole abdomen and found out that I have infiltration of Fat in the Pancreas. I have been told that I don't need any medicine. What should I do. Please suggest what kind of food I should have so that I can loose belly fat as quick as possible.
I am going through acute gastric problems lately, I am on insulin Humalog 28 ml in the morning and 26 in the evening with Jalra M 50/1000 with lunch and Glycomet 1gm with dinner. There is lot of fluctuation in sugar level during day time and when I am little late for meal, the gas spreads all over my body and I feel anxious and nervousness. I also take Telma 20 for BP and Pentab 40 in the morning for gas but I do not know what causes this depression type of thing. I am diabetic for at least 8 years. I am 47 yrs old. Does humalog cause so much of gas?
Last month I was treated from colitis. Now I suffer from abdominal pain sometimes. And sometimes its take whole night. Doctor said I am suffering from fatty liver. Last weak red spot appeared on my body which was treated as a fungal disease. I am 29 year male working in Dubai my weight is 75 kg early it was 45 kg. Stomach looks bigger than any part its make me uncomfortable. please suggest.
I am 23 year collage student my problem is I have to go to toilet two times 1st in morning and 2nd in evening, my time of lunch and dinner is not same every day, I have acidity many times, it require more time in toilet some time, from last 5 years I have this problem of going toilet two times, I want to avoid 2 nd time what should I do?
I am 65. I have been suffering from the following diseases. 1. Bronchial asthma with allergic rhinitis 2 Irritable Bowel Syndrome associated with diarrhea/dysentery. 3URTICARIA. 4. Pain on left leg due to reduction of space between L5-S1 5.Sometime attack with corneal ulcer (left eye)
Sir my stomach digestive system is not since 3 to 4 months please advice me the treatment or precaution that I can have.
Sir I am 48 yrs young, slim and dynamic person. In my gallbladder two stones 8 mm and 9 mm. I have no pain and not any other problem. I am quite ok. What should I do. Should I remove gallbladder or leave as it is. Regards
Surgery using a laparoscope is the most common way to remove the gallbladder. A laparoscope is a thin, lighted tube that lets the doctor see inside our belly. It is a minimally invasive surgery in which small incisions and specialized tools are used to remove a diseased or infected gallbladder.
The gallbladder is a small organ that sits right under the liver and is credited with bile storage, which can help the body in breaking down various kinds of fats that enter it. So, what all do you need to know about this operation? Read this list.
Reasons for Gallbladder Operation: The gallbladder is not a very efficient organ. It can lead to blockages and choking as the bile it stores can become very thick and difficult to handle. Also, this bile can harbour deposits that are hard ball like substances, usually known as gallbladder stones. The size of these stones can vary from the size of a grain to the size of a golf ball.
Further, these gallbladder stones can cause infections, which can lead to symptoms like nausea, vomiting, bloating and more. Another reason can also be the gallbladder disease known as chloelithiasis, which can cause abdominal pain. Inflammation in the pancreas, also known as pancreatitis, can lead to gallbladder open removal surgery.
Risk: While the gallbladder removal surgery is usually considered a safe one, with little or no complications, there are risks attached to this surgery too. These include sudden and excessive bleeding and the creation of blood clots, allergic reactions to the drugs used as well as anaesthesia, blood vessel damage, accelerated heart rate which leads to an increased risk of contracting a heart attack or heart disease, infections, inflammation or swelling in the pancreas, and injuries caused to the bile duct during surgery.
You might also need this type of surgery if you have the following:
- biliary dyskinesia, which occurs when the gallbladder doesn't fill or empty correctly due to a defect
- choledocholithiasis, which occurs when gallstones move to the bile duct and potentially cause a blockage that prevents the gallbladder from draining
- cholecystitis, which is an inflammation of the gallbladder
- pancreatitis, which is an inflammation of the pancreas
Laparoscopic surgery is preferred over open cholecystectomy surgery because the smaller incisions that are made reduce your risk of infection, bleeding, and recovery time.
Preparation: To prepare for your gallbladder removal surgery, the doctor may ask you to have a prescription fluid so that your bowels are flushed clean. You may also be asked to fast for at least six hours before the surgery so that there is no hindrance to the same. Also, the use of an antibacterial soap to bathe is usually prescribed so that the risk of contracting infections decreases.
While this surgery can be a simple one, you will have to take due care after the surgery to ensure that the recovery is fast and virtually pain free.