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Headache when idle, have severe hair loss, history of chest burns due to gas. Could it be due to gastritis?

I am feeling headache , means when calm and thinking something,or going to sleep.the pain is burning type. when busy in some other work or divert my mind then somehow ok. but then immediate started. i have also lost so many hair due to this, what do i think.mainly when thinking something and when i will think that the pain will come then is now last 02 months. i felt like this in 2005 but for a short period.kindly suggest me.i am also thought this is due to gas problem because i am also suffering from gas problem like chest burn etc, but dont think so.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Hi..biswa.., The symptoms of chest burns, increased salivation, loose stools are suggestive of Acute gastritis.. causes are increased intake of coffee, tea, spicy foods, decreased sleep, stress, irregular intake of food., also alcohol intake.. if any of the above symptoms are seen, then you need to correct ..

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