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Mera age 35 hai mai female hu mujhe slip disc ho gya hai Dr. ne one month ki dawa ar belt diya hai nhi thik hone pr MRI hoga medicine hai 1.Asolt-At (methocarbamol, acetaminophen,diclofenac) 2.endoxid (lycopene, multivitamin,multimineral) 3.Bio calcit (calcitriol, calcium citrate, zinc sulphate ,magnesium oxide) hai Dusra problem mujhe sans lene me ho gya to ent ne mujhe allegra m ,bactogard cv 200 (cefpodoxime proxetil ,potassium clavulanate) ar omnacortil 20 (prednisolone 2 2 tab 3 din 1 1 tab 3 din1/2 tab 3 din) mai ek gas ki dawa kha rahi thi pr pate dard ulti ki wajah se mujhe dolo ka injection dilana pada phir Dr. k kahne pr mai gas k liye pantocid dsr, pan 40 ar mucaine (anesthetic antacid gel) diya hai mai sab kha rahi omnacortil bhi 4 din kha k chod diya lekin pate dard nhi khatm ho raha hr thodi der pe nabhi se upar tez dard hota hai please kuch upaye batayiye.

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Mera age 35 hai mai female hu mujhe slip disc ho gya hai ...
physiotherapy treatment for back. stretching exercises of back and legs. .14 glass water per day for gastric problem. and ultrasound of stomach
Mera age 35 hai mai female hu mujhe slip disc ho gya hai ...
Hi lybrate-user, I appreciate you seeking help. Your problems seem to be because of acidity/ gastritis resulting due to the intake of analgesics (NSAIDs) off late. You need to stay well hydrated and take analgesics exactly as advised by your doc. Also note that, we can manage pain, acidity, nausea/ vomiting etc all effectively with suitable natural medicines too, as an adjunct to the mainstream treatment of your slip disc. Advise connect with reports for further naturopathic traction. Do take care, and all the very best. Sincerely,
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