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Underweight, doing weight exercise, acidity. Crunches, pain in biceps. Suggestions?

hello doctor ,I am suhas patil age -24 weight 55.
I was underweight 45 kg 2-3 months ago.So I started doing weight excercise.
I had 10 kg increase in a month.I have problem of acidity, So i started doing crunches.
But after that I felt pain in biceps.I have stopped weight training last week.
After a one week gap ,first time I did crunches & pain in biceps increased.It is reduced today.
But what should I do to tackle acidity & I want to gain weight also.thanx in advance.
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
For weight gain exercises you must take a routine warm up before doing the crunches.
Your acidity problem needs to be cured by eating small amount of healthy and non spicy food at regular intervals.
No fasting and not much of spicy food. Drink lots of water through out the day.
Answered: Fri, 7 Jun 2013
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