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Heartburn, constipation, no vomiting, headache, light fever?

Upset stomach, no vomiying or loose stool , rather a bit constipated, terrible heartburn . Slight headache and light fever, had a light shiver earlier but better now. Did an 8 hour train trip yesterday, had ghoulash soup on the train??? Returned from Italy where had lots of ice cream, also got a sandwitch at the station in Verona. It all actually sounds pretty clear once describing everything? Took Iberogast, a kind of herbal extract and seems to relieve it a bit. I do suffer from heartburn in general especially after eating pastas and certain grains, also specifically after drinking diet Pepsi but not diet Coke. Thx for help
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
You have a case o gastritis.You can take T Lesuride 25mg thrice daily for a week or if you do not get the tablet you can take rabeprazole 20 mg twice daily for a week.Eating one or two apples will solve your problem of heartburn.Please make sure the apples are not dipped in wax.If so please peel off the skin.Overall you have to take regular meals,reduce intake of carbonated drinks(coke and pepsi) and eat a lot of fruits like apples and bananas.Glad to be of help
Answered: Sat, 5 May 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Roshni Agarwal's  Response
welcome to HCM,
thanks for consulting,

sir since you are travelling and facing a change in your food and drinking water, heartburn and constipation can be the problem due to the same reason.

sir i would suggest you syrup sucralphate and tablet pantaprazole or rabeprazole before food to decrease the symptom of your heartburn.
plenty of drinking water, a fiber rich diet, and some laxative for the constipation,.
remember the symptom of heartburn may persist if constipation is not relieved.

take care of yourself and get well soon..
Answered: Sun, 6 May 2012
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