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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   My wife is nauseous, she feels slightly warm but not feverish, skin feels a little tingly, and has a slight headache; she ate mussels about 36 hours ago
Doctor :   Hi,
Doctor :  
User :   Hi, thank you
Doctor :   I am here to help you with your query
User :   thanks
Doctor :   Since when is she having this problem?
User :   from this morning
Doctor :   Ok,
Doctor :   Did she vomit ?
User :   no
Doctor :   Ok, Since the mussels are more protienacious foods , they need a lot of gastric acid to digest the same
Doctor :   The same stimulates for the production of more acid in stomach

Doctor :   excess acid may be the probable i reason for the problems she is having
Doctor :   Such kind of episodes are commonly seen after consuming such foods
User :   waht should we do?
Doctor :   Nausea and head ache are typical symptoms of hyperacidity
Doctor :   I would prescribe her to take syp MUCAINE 2 teaspoons trice a day after food will help
User :   does this require a prescription?
User :   Can she take tylenol for headache?
Doctor :   No, its an over the counter drug
Doctor :   Yes, but may not be of much help until the hyper acidity is treated
User :   Ok
Doctor :   Is there anything i can help you with?
User :   If she cannot tolerate the mucaine...?
Doctor :   She can go for TUMS which is more accepted
User :   Ok
Doctor :   Is there anything else , where you need my help?
User :   No thank you doctor, goodnight
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting, Bye for now
User :   Bye
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