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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Digestion and Bowels
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I am suffering from acidity problems for the last one week. After attending some functions continuously for 2/3 days.
Kindy advice. I prefer ayurvedic medicine
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   dr XXX here
Doctor :   let me go thru ur query
Doctor :   May i know ur age, weight, and height ?
Doctor :   Do u have any loose motions, constipation, loss of appetite , etc ?
Doctor :   Are u there ?
User :   yes I feel vomitting sensation and uneasy I prefer ayurvedic medicine aged 53 weight 54 kg Loose motion 1st day then I took ginger huice with sugar. No motion is okey no constipation
Doctor :   any pain in the belly?
Doctor :   or burning sensation ?
Doctor :   ok, i guess you are having gastritis,
User :   little paining yes
Doctor :   u can take a antacid called Mucaine gel MPS available OTC
Doctor :   This will help u to releive the pain
Doctor :   and discomfort
Doctor :   The pain should subside by this medication
Doctor :   if not, you may need acid reducing substances like omez 20 mg, which is available OTC
Doctor :   Omez taken one twice daily, before food
Doctor :   Are u folllowing me ?
Doctor :   Mucaine gel taken 3 tsp after food,
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