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Stomach pain and bloating if eaten anything. Suggest tests and treatments

Sir, i am getting pain in my stomach, every time i eat some kind of foods like a pocket full of bisuits, or some chappathys (indian dish), or any time if i eat additional food (other than the regular 3 times) i am getting pain also. Pain exist together with some kind of stomach bloating.. please advice me about the required kind of tests and / or treatements..
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Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Sep 2013
Hello, Thanks fro the query.
Frankly being as Doctor I would like say one thing we need 1500-2500 calories per day according to our work condition, work means here physical work not mental ( brain).
You know biscuits a packet is full of energy and calories so they will definitely produces gastritis and fullness in the stomach about which you are making complaint.
It seems that your's work don't require any physical work , so less calories and less food i.e. not more than three times.
When eats something extra , there is pain, so , why this?
If not extra food , no pain, no test ( why).
Still you eat more than this , you have to take some digestive enzymes and antacids, perhaps you would not like this.
Now ball is in your court, decide yourself.
Good luck for good health. Dr. HET.
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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