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Hello, I am 21 years male. Mujhe aaj acidic vomiting hui thi. Ab mai thik hu. Lekin vomiting ke baad se hi mere throat mai dard hone laga hai. Khana khane mai bi problem ho ri hai. Ye vomit se hua hai kya? Nd pls advice how to cure it. Feeling pain in taking any liquid things also.
Hi. I'm 20 years old . Whenever I eat sweets , ice creams , drink any beverages or any citrus fruits or when the season changes , I suffer from severe cold with flowing nose. Because of dust also , the problem exists . I have this problem from childhood. At least once in a month I consult the doctor for this problem. I'll be alright until I use the medicines . After that problem persists. I can't go to college regularly because of this problem. Please help me. And give me a suggestion that to which doctor I should consult. Kindly looking forward for your reply.
My Ultrasound test showed small ventral hernia (right anterior abdoimal wall) and Left inguinal hernia (probably indirect inguinal hernia). Senior Surgical Gastroenterology after assessing the test reports opinioned that 'IF I DONT FEEL ANY PAIN, THERE IS NO URGENCY FOR LEPROSCOPIC SURGERY NOW. " PLEASE GUIDE ME WITH ADVICE.
Apart from the prescription of medicine the auxiliary modes of management should be followed for speedy recovery the major ones are as under:
• Heat removal by using wet cloth or pads, usually applied on forehead.
• Through lukewarm water bathing.
• Avoid cold water bathing as it leaves the person chilled.
• Take plenty of liquids to combat dehydration during fever.
• Consume easily digestible, bland food.
• Keep the patients room well ventilated and provided with natural light.
• Last, but not the least attendants should never wake or disturb the patient to take medicines. Overall rest is the vital for recovery!