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Constant stomach pains 24 hours a day, what could be the reason for this ?

hi i have hi pylori also a duodnal ulcer on my duodalnal cap and stomach pain all the time my gi doctor says i shoulht have that? any answers y im taking a prev pack atm to get rid of it this started before it tho also think i have ibs i lose a few pounds every week or 2 with the same ammount of food troubles sleeping and waking up nuasea and loss of apetitie alot and bad nausea when i wake up. any ideas what it could be i take 5-8 tyneol a day no help i take dexilant 60mg no help heating pad on high and low no help ideas?
Asked On : Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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Hi,You to see a gastro doc,as far as diet is concern,never keep your stomach empty,
morning take 1 antacid,then
go for Cold milk as bed tea,
2-3 hours later go for fruits - banana ,apple,anar,melon
after 2 hour -have light lunch,avoid fried
after three hour have coconut water/cold milk + biscuits
next two hours fruits
dinner -light dinner
Before sleeping drink some milk

for night or early morning cramps keep milk,banana,apple handy
tea,coffee,cola & frieds are big no no
Answered: Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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