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Acidity, intake of pain medication - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Digestion and Bowels
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi.
User :   Hello Dr. i recently had a tooth extraction for which i had been prescribed medicines of high dosage..which lead to gastric problem
User :   recently i have been having acidity problem
Doctor :   Ok
User :   what should i do?
User :   i have stopped taking the medication prescribed for tooth extraction..because that case has been resolved
Doctor :   You can take OMEZ 20mg early in the morning befor food
Doctor :   and in the evening before food
User :   but i still have severe gastric problem
Doctor :   for two days
Doctor :   sorry for a week
User :   whats the cure for acidity problem?
Doctor :   The tablet I suggested above helps
Doctor :   So it gets better over a period of time
User :   any diet restrictions ?
Doctor :   Bland diet which is non spicy
User :   ok.. one more thing doc. i feel very tired after any activity.. i feel my stamina has drastically been reduced over a period of time..
Doctor :   You can take Tablet RICONIA, twice a day for 15 days
Doctor :   after breakfast and dinner
User :   ok thanks..
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting bye
User :   bye
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