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Diarrhea, excessive gas formation, sudden warm sensation. History of acidity, IBS. Treatment options?

sir,since a few days,ifeel hot suddenly,iremove d quilt ,then again i pull it back. 4 about half an hour 2 45mts ,i pass wind,also burp then irun 2 d loo nd pass a big motion.i had i.b. syndrome 4 a few years in d past. i still go 2-3 times 2 d loo.i also had severe acidity nd have done chemo 4 n.hod. lymphoma ,6 cycles of 20 daya ,ending on 20th may.sometimes i feel warmish suddenly during d day then again i feel cool nd i put my jacket back we r staying in a cen.a.c. bldg. me now.thanks.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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Start Taking ORS- Oral Rehydration Solution by reading instruction on It & AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.

Take anti diarrhoeal drugs like Tab. Metronidazole Three times a day.

Avoid spicy food. Also avoid Wheet containing food for few days.

Take care.
Answered: Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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