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Excess salivation, burping causing disturbed sleep, regular vomiting, blood in stools

hi , I experienced there is excessive saliva in my month sometimes i have to carry tissues with me and spit the salavia out and I also burp a lot and it relives the discomfort so much and sometimes i wish i could burp all the time but it won t come out it would stop in my chest and i also have esophagus pressure. last week it would wake me up from my sleep the discomfort and then i vomit and i feel much better i really hate vomiting so sometimes i just try not to vomit it. and i aslo experienced blood in my stool . I had this problem last year but worse like i would vomit everyday and then the discomfort stopped for like 7 months or more it would come and go. how can i stop this discomfort it really bothers me please help. i m 17 years old 4 11 weight 92 pounds
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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Hi there,
Seems like you have gastro esophageal reflux disease, this is a broad term. It would be better if you could modify your dietary intake, mostly start with high fibre diet and plenty of water, spicy and oily food intake is a big no for atleast a few weeks. There could a be a ulcer that is an erosion of the gastric mucosa ( stomach skin) which is the reason for your blood in stools. There are few things you need to do:
1 No spicy and oily food intake.
2 Start taking Tab Pantoprazole 20mg twice a day for 4 days and then once a day for next 7 days.
3 Drink plenty of water and always eat little but more frequently.
4 Meet a gastro entrologist to get a endoscopy which will give indepth detail of the cause. But the treatment would remain the same.
5 If still the symptoms persist then you can start Hpylori kit which is an antibiotic against H pylori infection.
You can ask me if you have any more doubts.
Dr Rajesh
Answered: Thu, 1 Aug 2013
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