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Cure for abdominal pain and diarrhoea - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Digestion and Bowels
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User :   I have gastritis, and lately everything I eat gives me severe abdominal pain, followed by a rumbling stomach, and prolonged diarreah. I have currently only had chicken broth for 2 days, and want to see if there are foods of some substance that I can eat
User :   Hi,
User :   DR xxx here
User :   Since when are you having this problem ?
User :   On and off since May, but much more frequent lately
User :   The food more protinecious and fatty more it stimulates acid and aggravates the problem
User :   How about Italian bread toast, and poached eggs? Or Rice Crispies with Lactaid milk?
User :   Rice crispies with milk will be a better one than egg which has again contains more protein
User :   Ho about dry toast of any sort, or Activia yogurt?
User :   i do not recommend them
User :   What else light do you recommend?
User :   Have good amount of sugar mixed fruit juices
User :   any foods made of rice are safe
User :   Ithought fruit juices have too much acid.
User :   and have small frequent meals
User :   i am sorry i failed to mention , avoid juices of citrus fruits
User :   How about apples? or bananas?
User :   they are good
User :   fibre food both are they make the bulk of the feces and stop the stool loosening
User :   Thank you! Think I'll have a bowl of Rice Crispies with cut up apples. Should I take fiber pills? Is Mylanta OK to take? It seems to worsen the diarrhea
User :   i think its better to take Tab PRILOSEC once a day early in the morning before breakfast than Mylanta
User :   Thank you...all set
User :   Thanks for consulting me
User :   bye for now
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