Yes gastric problem and bloating may cause breathlessness
avoid spicy fatty oily food
take more curd and buttermilk
take small frequent meal
avoid heavy meal
avoid alcohol if you are taking
avoid too much sweet and chocolate
avoid smoking if you are doing
daily do yoga and walking
take antacids and proton pump inhibitors.
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His treatment is fine, your liver is still not working well. Rest and carbohydrate intake should be increased to feel energetic when liver is not functioning well. The fats you r taking in your food are not being digested by liver bile juice so you r having a feeling of bloating. Avoid fats, fried and spicy foods till you r ok. It may take 1 month or so. Also repeat your liver function tests again.
Gastritis is the most common problem, nearly everyone suffers from it, but in your case it seems it's troubling much.
You should avoid spicy and sour food even sweets, use green chilly instead of red, avoid tea empty stomach, drink plenty of water, and do some workout. Keep a note what increases your gastric problems and avoid such food.
If still you suffers from the same, consult a homoeopath, gastritis can be completely cured by homoeopathic medicines that too without any side effects.
It's because of stomach infection. Take home cooked, fresh light food. Drink boiled water. Take ors. Maintain active life style
curd is good for u.
Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods
for details you can consult me.
Dear Lybrate user,
test shows much gaseous prominence that means digestion is not good and patient is suffering from indigestion, gas formation, stomach pain, intolerance to food. But you may start homeopathy treatment for better relief and for permanent cure you may contact us. And along with homeopathic medications take care of healthy diet and avoidance of harmful food, for early cure.