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Hello All, I am having a abdominal pain since last 2 year. It get started when I relocate to new city. Initially I consulted regular general doctors and found that it is due to food and acidity. I started taking medicine for same. But after more than 1 year the pain was still there so I consulted Gastroenterology in reputed corporate hospital. I had gone trough Blood Test, USG and endoscopy investigation. Blood and USG report are normal but found following in endoscopy report. Indication: Epigastric Pain Stomach: Normal, Pyloric stenosis, Scope could not be negotiated. Partially relieved with anti-spasmodic and scope could be passed through. Diagnosis: Pyloric stenosis with spasm Doctor prescribed following medicine in his first follow up. Pantocid - Before BF Rekoot 20 mg - Before dinner In initially stage I felt somewhat better but still the pain was there, The pain is on just right side of liver and I feel like stomach is like gas balloon. There are lots of gastric in stomach and I need to release it via mouth in every 1 hour even if I drink water too. I am having lots of difficulty in bowel habit. I am having irregular bowel habits and it is not like constipation but I am not getting feel for bowel. It needs extensive force and yet no luck. Every two-three days I am having somewhat amount of stool and then it feels good but still have pain in empty stomach. I feel heat near about liver and it's like heart burn, it is for around 2-3 hours after stool release or food intake. I do not feel like vomit and I am taking regular food on time. Lots of vegetables, juice and rice. I am running around 5 KM per day. Also I started taking common Ayurveda gastric medicine like Harde churna. I am requesting you to please help me on this situation and suggest. Because I am tired of taking medicine from last 12 month and not having enough relief. Also I worried about the side effect of medicine I am taking. Currently I am taking following medicine. Adiza 10 mg before BF Eldicet after BF and Dinner PEGRED POWDER at bed time. Note: Suggestion from gastroenterology, Homeopathic and Ayurveda doctors are recommended. Thanking you in advance.
I had a sever gastric problem since last one year or so. I took several treatments with the advice of my gastroenterologist. There is no cure. Any permanent remedy for this?
Hello Experts, I am frequently facing problem of acidity at night, despite I do not eat junk food or oily food. I do drink milk every night before sleep. Could this be the reason of the problem? Please share some symptoms which leads to acidity and how can it be avoided. Thanks in advance.
My mother is an IBS patient and she takes Norma xin regularly once a day. But sometimes she gets painful cramps and diarrhea. Last time she consulted a doc she gave her to use mefkind spa to use when she gets severe pain. Today she is suffering from such a pain. Can she take mefkind spa twice? What can she do to relieve pain. Since she is an IBS patient most medicines affect get quite badly.
Apanasana (knees pulled to chest)
Lie flat on your back and relax your body. Place your hands on the knees and inhale. Pull the knees on the chest while exhaling. Rock the knees side to side for improved stretch. Inhale and exhale 5-10 times and then release the knees. Repeat thrice.
Setu bandha Sarvangasana (bridge pose)
Lie on your back and bend knees. Place your arms down and flatten your feet on the floor. Incline your hips which will stretch your chest. You can press one hip and pause the pose for 5 breaths. Switch it to the other side. Place your hands below the body as you incline the back. You could also clasp the hands together and intertwine the fingers.
Paschimottanasana (seated dorward bend pose)
Sit on the floor and stretch your legs in front. Keep your back straight and slowly hinge ahead to touch your feet. This will lift your hips and lower the torso. Pause for 5-10 breaths.
While your try to reach your feet, try to stretch as much as possible. If you do not reach your feet due to lower flexibility, you could keep practising it regularly for a healthier body.
Marjaryasana and bitilasana (cat and cow)
Place your hand and knees on the floor so that your back is flat up. Inhale and make sure that your abs are engaged. Exhale by dropping your head. Round up the spine which gets you to the cat pose. While you inhale, arch the back and hold your head and hips up. This is the cow pose.
Repeat both the poses alternatively. While you inhale, you could be on the cow pose and while your exhale you should be the cat pose. Repeat 5-10 times.
Balasana (child's pose)
Sit on your knees but spread the legs so that there is adequate gap in-between. Now lean forward and stretch arms in front. Make sure your back is straight and your forehead on the floor.
If you want the pose to be a little easier you keep a pillow to rest your head on it.
Staying in constant practice with exercise and yoga is one the best ways to maintain a healthier you. Our body is the only thing we live in and health is our first priority. Take some time out for regular yoga, so that the next time you eat a little extra you're not worried about the repercussions. Our body becomes more flexible with regular yoga and it also improves our mental health.