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Hyper motility of the intestines, oxethazine - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
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How can i help you?
User :   Hello Doctor,
Doctor :   no it was not with me
User :   Can I have the same person so that I don't have to go through all the things again
Doctor :   he is not available for the next two days
Doctor :  
let me go through the previous chat history
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i have the details of the previous chat history
User :   Alright, so I could not find Oxethazania, all I see is Immodium, there is nothing by the name Gelusil on the shelves here in Boston.
Doctor :  
Doctor :   the mucosal anesthetic
Doctor :  
it is also available in brand names like mucaine gel
User :   no I didn't find that either, there are few anti diarrhea medicine HCL based
User :   I took Bismuth Subsalicylate few times yesterday and today my stool was black
Doctor :   ok
User :   Is it due to that?
Doctor :   yes it is due to the bismuth
User :   One more thing I forgot to mention, lot of times after taking meal I can see pulsation on my abdomen, right in the middle where the ribs end
Doctor :  
User :   I mean right in the middle on my stomach (no abdomen, sorry)
Doctor :   may i know your height and weight?
User :   My height is 5'11" and I use to be around 195 lb, but I am sure I lost some weight in last month, haven't weigh myself lately
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
and about your abdominal girth?
User :   After I drink water/Tea or any fluid, I feel the activity and weird noices coming from my tummy
Doctor :  
this is the hypermotility of the intestines
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this is the reason why oxethazine was advised
Doctor :   not to worry much about that
Doctor :   Trigel suspension

Doctor :   this is available in us
User :   Ok, I will look for it, any other medicine in case I don't find it?
Doctor :   you can directly ask the pharmacist for Oxethazaine. it is the name of the drug.
Doctor :  
many different brand names will be there
User :   I did yesterday, but he could not find it, may be they call it different here.
Doctor :   in us also it is called the same
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ask for trigel susp
Doctor :   it is available there.
Doctor :   strocaine, protonix
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are the other brand names
User :   Alright doctor, I will go and look for it.
User :   and about the stomach pulsation?
Doctor :   yeah

Doctor :  
i need to know the abdominal girth of yours
User :   meaning?
Doctor :  
the size of the trouser like 32 inch like that
User :   Oh, my trouser size is 36 inch, and on top of that a little bulging tummy
Doctor :   the pulsation of the abdominal vessel called aorta is appreciated in very thin and also in people with tummy
Doctor :  
it is normal
User :   Alright, thanks doctor, I will go and look for the medicine, do you want me to write down the other anti diarrhea medicine, so that you can suggest one in case I don't find Oxethazine or Mucaine
Doctor :   yes
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ask for trigel suspension
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and like wise drug
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and on the label there will be the name oxethazine
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confirm this before purchasing.
User :   Alright, thanks doctor for your time.
Doctor :  
please fill the feed back form
User :   Sure will do
Doctor :   thanks for consulting healthcare magic
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bye for now
User :   Bye
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