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Taking pentaprapozole for gastric problem. How to cure the indigestion?

i daily intake pentaprapozole(before bed tea),olmezest H20 and prolomet xl25 after breakfast since last 2 years but still my bp and gastic problem is as it is ..i am only 33 yrs old and suffering from indigestion,gastic problem plese suggest to get rid out of it...earlier i intake alcohol,tabacco but as on date i sometimes take only alcohol only 50-60 ml and no tobacco since dec 2011 cholestrol level is normal and sugar fasting is 98
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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try avoiding caffiene included beverages such as coffee tea etc.. cut down on excess salt and spices. try having a glass off luke warm water early in d morning with empty stomach. regular 45mins walk will really ,make a difference.. have enuough food after 30 mins of intake of pantaprazole tab.. if still persists u need to go for a endoscopy and biopsy to rule out other causes of recurrent gastritis.. also check ur serum amylase and lipase levels..
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