Hi, it seems you are suffering from 1. Gastritis/hepatitis or irritable bowel disease
2. Take an antacid 3-4 tsf 8 hrly
3. Get a blood investigation - liver function test done
4. Avoid fatty, oily meals
5. No fast food, no momos and samosas
6. No tea and coffee
7. Lots of water
8. Walk after meals
9. Eat less at nights
10. No soft drinks, hard drinks and no smoking
recommended a private consultation for specific treatment.
Vomiting occurs when there is irritation or overdistension of the gut. It may also be a result of abnormal stimulation of the muscles in the gut in a manner that allows for reverse peristalsis. The contractions can start from as low as the the first-third of the small intestine and therefore all the contents proximal to the origin can be expelled. Regurgitation is more of a ‘pouring out’ or ‘flowing out’ phenomenon and is associated with an impaired swallowing reflex, weak peristaltic contractions or poor coordination and the dysfunction of certain valves, like the lower esophageal sphincter (LES). These mechanisms normally ensure that ingested food and drinks do not pass out again through the mouth.
Regurgitation is the passing out of undigested or partially digested food or fluids that are expelled in less forceful manner than with vomiting. Although the terms regurgitation and vomiting are used interchangeably, regurgitation is synonymous with the more widely used term ‘reflux’. It is generally limited to the ingested contents within the latter part of the throat, esophagus and stomach. Usually the contents that have passed into the small intestine cannot be passed out in this passive manner and has to be forcefully pushed out through the process of vomiting.
Reasons could be -GERD - gastro esophagal reflux disease
-Upper gastro intestinal obstruction
-lower oesophagal sphincter
So once done check up -usg of abd & other tests if it is good don't worry. If not take homeopathy treatment for better results.
Check for the reason before you use these tablets. It is advisable to take precautions and wait and watch. Give light food or fluids. Vomiting for 1- 2 times is not serious. Watch for signs of dehydration, fever, etc which call for treatment (take a doctor's help and avoid self treatment ). Read more from the internet and understand the importance healthy lifestyle and maintaining overall hygiene.
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HingwaShTak-ChoorNam along with Pravaal-panchamrut-Rasa is best combination for enhancing appetite. Chavikaasav 15 ml twice a day after meal. He maybe suffering of worms also pl. Have stool test for further information and guidance you may communicate with me on-line or chat with me in private.
Its quite normal symptoms whrn you are in stress, work on that first, try yoga, or aerobics listen to good musics, and eat healthy. And you can take a Homoeopathic medicine Aconite napellus 30, one drop in hlf cup water in empty stomach (morning) for two consecutive days.
Seems like an intestinal infection. Firstly just put yourself on a liquid diet only. Take Cap RABLET D One cap twice a day. Once your vomiting stops you can consult and medicines will have to be taken for a prescribed period.