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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
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Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Treatment
Treatment of Peptic Ulcers
Treatment of Gastric Trouble
Treatment of GERD
Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
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Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis
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I have always the issue of gas or acidity. How to recover from it permanently. And tell me please the foods that I should avoid or take. Thank you.
Some mistakes that I made in past still haunts me. My heart beat increases abruptly and I can't think positively. I feel depressed in such cases What should I do?
I am 26 years old and had chest area pain yesterday. I had fatty liver stage 2 before .biochemistry reading shows sgot=36 (17-59) and sgpt=86 (21-72. Bilirubin readings normal. Can you help me with it? should ecg be done?
I am suffering from a acidity problems and my body is too much week. I am seems like tall and tinny stick. And can not eat more than five breads my eating capacity is to small. Please suggest a better way to get a good health. Regards Anuj Pandey.
Dear doctors, I am 33 years old and having a problem of gas releasing through mounth in the morning while wake up. Also it continues full day. I have this problem last two years. I have back pain problem. Is this two are related with each? can you suggest a way to solve it ?
I am 29 year old. First Gastroenterologist diagnosed that I have Gastroesophageal reflux disease, so gave medicines which does not help, than he diagnosed that I have Irritable bowel syndrome. My symptoms are - 1) Hard Stool, Loosen only When I drink lot of Water 2) Changing stools 3) If I eat somethings which cannot be digested, it produces heat so much that My whole body burn. Now lately I have some other symptoms - 1. Constantly burning - My legs are burning, my stomach feels hot to touch, my eyes get hot, I get headache, I feel weak, tired,I have to drink 4-5 Litres of water per day to cool down my body, Sweating happens all the time, When I am sleeping In night, I get super hot, my whole body burns so much, I have to wake up, My eyes are red When I wake Up. Sometimes I have nightfall When I drink too much water to cool down my body I cannot sleep until I get cool down through drinking water. I do not know what is problem that I get when I am sleeping, I do burn all day but it keep on changing through sweating. Kindly tell me What is problem in my body. I need help as I have gone to many doctors, nobody understand the problem, they prescribe the medicine, they do not cure. I have taken thyroid test - it is normal, b12 test also, waiting results, If Gerd is problem, can stomach acid go in whole body.
I have completed 14 days antibiotic treatment of h pylori infection. Endoscopy resulted in no ulcer with mild gastritis. All symptoms have gone but stomach becomes upset after eating outside food or chicken and results in loose motion. What foods should I avoid specifically and what should I take which is easy digestive. I eat in mess.
I would like to know if there is a better and natural solution rather than using proton pump inhibitors for acidity?
I am 29 year old female having pregnancy of 5 week 5 days (as per USG report), I am facing too much problem with acidity, which medicine I can take for relief from acidity and is this will safe during pregnancy.
Types, symptoms, and treatment for Gallstones
Hi, I’m Dr. Nimesh Shah. I’m a consultant endoscopic, laparoscopic and G.I surgeon. I’m attached to Global Hospital Parel and SL Raheja Fortis Hospital at Mahim, and I’m also a director and partner at Sanjeevani Hospital, which is our hospital at Dadar. We have talked about gallstone disease as of now. Gallstone disease is a very common phenomenon observed in the Indian population. There are various types of gallstones that are available, that is either a pigment stone or a cholesterol stone. Pigment stone occurs because of hereditary spherocytosis or something wrong with your blood cells, which get destroyed more, and that causes gallstones.
The other cause of gallstones is a cholesterol inborn error. The other type of gallstones are cholesterol stones, which are due to inborn errors of metabolism of a cholesterol as either the cholesterol that is secreted by the liver is much more, or the water that is secreted by the liver is less. So the gall bladder which…whose function it is to super-concentrate the bile concentrates much more than what is necessary, and you get crystallites of cholesterol stones formed. These are most common stones seen in the Indian population.
The symptomatology of this is usually bloating, a fullness of abdomen, a lot of flatulence, also some patients have a lot of refluxes, we call it a…which is associated with gallstones hydro semi a. And also some patients develop severe pain which is called as a biliary colic, which may need medical intervention. The diagnostic modality that is used for gallstone disease is doing an ultrasound. An ultrasound will tell us on the thickness of the gallbladder, the type of stones, the multiple stones, or multiple small stones, or a single large stone. So the number of stones, if you have multiple stones, you may develop a biliary colic. If it’s a large stone you may develop acute inflammation of the gallbladder, which will need hospitalization.
The gold standard of treatment is surgery. Surgery is usually done laparoscopically, wherein small holes are made in the tummy and the gallbladder is removed completely. If y=remove your gallbladder, there is no problem in your digestion or anything like that, because effectively, the bile that is secreted by the liver is a waste product of our body, it has no role to play in digestion. It only activates the enzymes of the pancreas when it mixes with the pancreatic juice in the pancreas…in the intestine. The liver secretes about two and a half to three liters of bile every day, out of which 150 to 200 ml goes in the gall bladder. Out of the 200 ml, it is emptied every time you eat. So roughly about 800ml is concentrated by the gall bladder and is emptied into the intestinal...intestinal tract. Now vis-à-vis, 2.5 liters is flowing straight into your intestinal tract. So it does not really hamper your digestion in any way.
Again going back to treatment as laparoscopic surgery is the preferred and gold standard of treatment worldwide, wherein three four small holes are made and the gall bladder is completely extracted. Some patients at some centers are doing the single port, that is a single hole through the umbilicus, which is technically much more difficult. There is always a percentage chance of having to cut open a patient during surgery that may be because of bleeding or abnormal abnormality, which is quite common in the gall bladder region.
The above information is a limited information. If you need to further know about the disease then you can contact me directly through Lybrate.