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Having stomach pain after having food. What could be the reason for pain? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 28-Nov-2013
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User:helow sir
User:am feeling stomach pain after having food
User:its like a sumtimes feeling burning or stomach it be very hard
User:can u please advice us
Doctor:May I know since when are you having this trouble?
User:3 to 4 mnths
User:it wnt be every day
User:its be sumtimes only
Doctor:Have you seen a doctor or tried medications for this problem?
User:No Sir
Doctor:May I know your age and if you smoke or drink alcohol?
User:regular smoker and official drink
User:like monthly once or twice drink
Doctor:The pain that you describe seems due to gastritis.
Doctor:It is a condition related to your lifestyle which you need to change.
User:yeah some times its come reverse to mouth
Doctor:For the time being you can take proton pump inhibitor such pantoprazole 40mg once a day before food for 2 weeks.
Doctor:you need to avoid high spicy food. Restrict coffee/tea intake
Doctor:Eat your food at regular interval
Doctor:and sleep adequately.
User:yeah sure i will follow
Doctor:Besides these you need to quit smoking and restrict alcohol consumption to avoid future complications.
Doctor:The medicines are temporary fix while you practice a better life style.
User:yeah sure i will try to quit
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any questions?
User:Thanks for
Doctor:Do you have any other questions?
User:u said once in a day take before food its has to take in night or afternoon
Doctor:Before breakfast is preferable.
Doctor:Do you have any more questions?
User:thank u sir
User:No Questions,
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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