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I am 42 years old male. I am suffer gastritis last 10 months. Gastroenterologist done endoscopy in report h. Pilory comes. Medicine like pantodac, moza5, perinorm, antacid syrup give me but I still suffer from gas. My heart side pain, 2d eco also done but nothing comes in. MD doctor gives me zapiz 0.25. But I am suffer still today so give me guide whom I consult.

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U have consulted gastroenterologist and cardiologist. If things are not bad you should be happy. Cont medicine as advised and do followiimprove your diet and meal schedule 1. Take 2/3 glasses of warm water in the morning 2. Go for morning walk for 30 mts 3. Take meals regularly at fixed hrs 4. No fried/ no spicy/ no junk/ no fast food 5. Take less milk/ no salad 6. Take curd 7. Have good sound sleep for 6- 8 hrs 8. Eat simple bland diet 9. Can have some fruits try for 15 days and report for further advise 10 take more water during day. 11. No alcohol/ smoking.
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Dear lybrateuser, -Try to change your dietary habits -avoid spicy, fried food, have more of fibrous food , vegetables & fruits -chew food well, don't miss meals, have meals on time, donot lye down immediately after taking food, have dinner atleast 2-3 hrs before bedtime -restrict food items such as dairy products, beans, legumes, as they are gas forming -do regular exercises daily for 30 min-1 hour, do yoga to reduce anxiety & help proper digestion -take your medication on time, sleep well at night for7-8 hrs, have sufficient water intake. -
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