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Abdominal pain, vomiting, blood test, urine test, stool test, ultrasound of abdomen, endoscopy normal, acute gastritis

i have frequent abdomen pain and vomiting for last 3 years and have gone through several test which include all types of blood test ,urine,stool,ultrasound of abdomen and endoscopy . the reports of all these test are normal and so i have been daignosis acute gastritis but even after taking medicine for 2 year the problem presist and its getting worse day by day. whenever the pain starts it last for more than 5 hr and in the meantime vomiting also follows with 9 - 10 times.
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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WELCOME TO HEALTHCARE MAGIC. IF EVERY TESTS OK AND YOU ARE DIAGNOSED GASTRITIS THEN YOU SHOULD TAKE MEDICINES ACCORDING TO THE ADVISED OF YOUR DOCTOR. YOU MAY TAKE THREE MEDICINES. 1. TAB. PAN-D(40) = 10 TABS. 1 TAB. IN THE EMPTY STOMACH. 2. SUSP. SUCRALFIT-O = 1 PH (100 ML.). 10 ML. BEFORE LUNCH AND DINNER AFTER SHAKING WELL. AND 3. SYR. BESTOZYME = 1 PH(200ML.). 10 ML. AFTER LUNCH AND DINNER AFTER SHAKING WELL. DO'T TAKE RICH MEAL. TAKE LIQUID MEAL. WISH YOU A QUICK RECOVERY.
Answered: Mon, 28 May 2012
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