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Diet to control gastric problem - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   hi
User :   i've got a few doubts regarding gastric troubles
Doctor :   ok
User :   how to control gas problems
User :   ??
Doctor :   Dietary habits
User :   like wat??
Doctor :   low spicy food
Doctor :   regulaise the diet daily
Doctor :   never skip meals
Doctor :   cut down coffee
User :   oh
Doctor :   and alcohol and smoking
Doctor :   Breakfast is goo
User :   oh kk
Doctor :   moderate lunch and light dinner
User :   i take alchol once a mnth is dat ok
Doctor :   I can say a quantity of alcohol is ok
User :   oh
Doctor :   As doctors we nver say so nor written in our books
User :   oh
User :   k
Doctor :   ok
User :   could tell me quantity??
User :   u
User :   could u
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   I cant say
User :   oh k
User :   thanq vwery much
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   r u thr?
Doctor :   I have to close this window as there is no response from your side. Please get back if you need any medical advice.
User :   hi
Doctor :   hi
User :   so u say tat u cant quantasize the amount of alcohol one has to take .......
User :   ??
User :   to be safe...
Doctor :   sorry- you were chatting with another doctor before
User :   ohh
User :   k
User :   i'm sry
Doctor :   let me go through the chat- give me a momnet
Doctor :   ok xxxxx
User :   ya
Doctor :   we can Continue
User :   ya
Doctor :   drinking once a month is generally ok
User :   hmmm
User :   but i do exercises also
Doctor :   but not binge drinking- in moderation
User :   is tat a binge drinking ??
User :   i beer nd 180 ml of whisky...........
Doctor :   that is too uch
User :   ohhh
User :   f
User :   so i've to cut down to how much ??
Doctor :   How old are you?
User :   but people usually say 1-2 beers a day is safe
User :   i'm 21 yrs
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   see- it is said that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol
Doctor :   is good for the heart- but after 40 yrs of age
Doctor :   you dont need that now
User :   hmmm
User :   ohhhhhh
User :   k
Doctor :   and drinking too much of alcohol in one sitting- binge drinking is bad- very bad
User :   tats wat i told how much i wud drink ....... is tat binge drinking ??
User :   so u suggest me not to continue
Doctor :   yes- it is too much- 2 beers and 180 ml of whisk is too much
User :   no
User :   only 1 beer
User :   nd 180 ml
Doctor :   ok- still too much
User :   so just 180 ml of whisky or 1bber
User :   will tat go ??
User :   still i've to cut down ??
Doctor :   you can have a few beers but medical advice is it is always better at your age to stay aqway from alcohol
Doctor :   *away
User :   ohhhh
User :   k
Doctor :   you can have about 90 ml of whisky once in a while or 2-3 pints of beer
User :   f9
User :   k
User :   thanx a lot
User :   k
Doctor :   welcome
User :   i'll do workouts also
Doctor :   yes- if you are trying to lose wt
User :   i've read somewhere tat drnking stimulates body
Doctor :   then reducing alcohol helps
User :   so tats y i started
User :   ohhh
User :   k
User :   means 90ml of whisky once in a while
Doctor :   it inhibits- absorption of vitamins and minerals and interferes with fat metabolism
User :   hmmmm
User :   k
Doctor :   once in awhile is alright but not medically recommended at your age
User :   nd now cud u suggest me how to control my gastric problems ??
User :   k
Doctor :   sure- there is a list of things- to do
Doctor :   i'll mail you that list
User :   ya k
User :   thank u
Doctor :   welcome
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting Health care magic. Bye for now.
User :   nd sir whoever introduced this i bow down to him
User :   really
User :   iz very gr8 sevice
Doctor :   thanks

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