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Having gas problem after delivery by c-section. Cure? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-Sep-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:My Question : Post baby delivery by surgery my wife is facing gas problem in her stomach . please help and also wanted to know about the food she can have or which type of food need to be avoided.
Doctor:How many weeks back did she have the delivery.
Doctor:I would like you to elaborate what you meant by gas problem - do you mean she has increased flatus
Doctor:or sensation of abdominal fullness, nausea and abdominal after food?
Doctor:Are you there?
Doctor:Can you answer my question?
User:abdominal fullness
Doctor:Is it only after food?
User:and also doctor she dont want to eat
Doctor:Is she passing stools normally?
Doctor:Abdominal fullness may be related to indigestion or due to constipation.
User:yes doctor she is passing stool normally
Doctor:Since both the condition are possible after deliver, it is important that you note down all her symptoms for proper interpretation.
Doctor:If there is no constipation, then I suggest you to try antacid for couple of weeks and see if she feels better.
User:ok thank u
Doctor:I suggest my patients pantoprazole 40mg tablets
Doctor:once a day before food along with Syp mucaine gel 2 tsp thrice a day.
Doctor:If symptoms persists after 2 weeks of this therapy,
Doctor:she can visit her doctor for evaluation.
Doctor:Occasionally anemia and thyroid issue associated with pregnancy can be the cause.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:I have to close the chat as you are not responding.
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