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Several abdominal pain, no relief with cyclopam. Had relief with spasmo proxvyon. Substitute medicine?

Im having abdomen pain from india before i came to saudi arabia now today i got that same pain doc prescribed me spasmo proxvyon and i could stock enough just bought one strip and i finished it now i went to the clinic n doctor gave me cyclopam this is not effecting me pain is still there can u tell me some other substituent coz i have my medical tomorrow
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi makachi666.

Thanks for your question.

It appears to be a severe pain abdomen may be due to renal stone,gall stone,peptic ulcer disease,pancreatitis, urinary tract infection or any other intestinal obstraction so urgently do a USG WHOLE ABDOMEN,UPPER GI ENDOSCOPY,ROUTINE BLOOD,URINE FOR ROUTINE AND STOOL FOR OPC and consult with a gastrosurgeon

for urgent relieve you can take buscopan tab and pan-D tab and cifran and metrogil but the best medicine is to introduce a ryles tube and nothing can be taken per orally and iv fluid should be given and its work like magic however severe pain may be this treatment will make you relief.

Best wishes
Answered: Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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General Surgeon Dr. Shekappa C M's  Response
hello dear
since you are having severe colicky abdominal pain, may be related to renal tract stone or intestinal infection.hence its better to get investgation like stool for microscopy , ova and cyst. then ultrasound abdomen to rule out renal tract stones. after confirmation of diagnosis, you are adviced totake medicine like proton pump inhibitors,antibiotics and antispasmodics.
take care
Answered: Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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