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Have diagnosed with ulcer, given medicine, done colonoscopy, andioscopy. Dietary habits?

Assalamoalaikum, I am Muslim so instead of hello we say AssalamoAlaikum, which means, you may live longer. Further, i have gas problem.i went to doctor and had my colonoscopy and andioscopy. doctor said that i have ulcer and gave me medicines which I have ben taking. do u have any chart of eating and non eating foods during ulcer and gastric problems?
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Hi, thanks for the query to H.C.M.
Since there is diagnosis of disease already i.e. ULCER ( gastric or duodenal).
So your's query is here about eatables.
Before mentioning the chart I would like to suggest you that the causes, which produces ULCER so that easily you can get rid off these , if any , in your life.
===Spiced food,
They ( above mentioned causes) all are responsible for ulcer formation in stomach (abdomen).

Eats plain roti(chapati) made from wheat flour,
Any vegetables devoid of extra spices ( only salt, turmeric,coriander cumin, )
All fruits but in limit
Rice curd( fat free), milk ( fat free if possible)
Boiled food with out spices are the best.

Avoid coffee, tea, alcohol , strong pungent liquids.
Tinned foods avoid.
Remain tension free , active exercises and live healthy life.
Regards. Dr. HET
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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