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Suggest remedies for stomach pain and bloating

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Posted on Mon, 23 May 2016
Question: I have stomach pain. My stomach bloats every time I eat something.
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Answered by Dr. Sonia Raina (2 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Dyspepsia, dietary modifications and medical treatment needed

Detailed Answer:
Hello, greetings!
Thanks for posting your query on hcm.
The most common cause of a bloated stomach is gastritis or indigestion/dyspepsia.
For this you need to take a course of antacids as well as diet modification is needed.
You may follow the following measures:-
- Avoid carbonated drinks, beans, legumes and sprouts.
- Avoid excess of dairy products.
- Drink plenty of water, also stop alcohol and smoking.
- Wear loose, comfortable clothes.
- Eat small, frequent meals throughout the day and avoid overeating.
- If you suffer from constipation, you may take Syrup CREMAFFIN 1 tablespoon after dinner for 10 days.
- You may take a proton pump inhibitor like tablet PANTOPRAZOLE 40 mg in the morning and night, half an hour before food. You may take this for a month.
Follow this regime for a month. It should help you.
If this doesn't help you, you may go for investigations to rule out peptic ulcer and consult a gastroenterologist to rule out any food allergies.
If you have further doubts/ clarifications, feel free to follow up with me.
Regards,
Dr. Sonia

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Brief Answer: Dyspepsia, dietary modifications and medical treatment needed Detailed Answer: Hello, greetings! Thanks for posting your query on hcm. The most common cause of a bloated stomach is gastritis or indigestion/dyspepsia. For this you need to take a course of antacids as well as diet modification is needed. You may follow the following measures:- - Avoid carbonated drinks, beans, legumes and sprouts. - Avoid excess of dairy products. - Drink plenty of water, also stop alcohol and smoking. - Wear loose, comfortable clothes. - Eat small, frequent meals throughout the day and avoid overeating. - If you suffer from constipation, you may take Syrup CREMAFFIN 1 tablespoon after dinner for 10 days. - You may take a proton pump inhibitor like tablet PANTOPRAZOLE 40 mg in the morning and night, half an hour before food. You may take this for a month. Follow this regime for a month. It should help you. If this doesn't help you, you may go for investigations to rule out peptic ulcer and consult a gastroenterologist to rule out any food allergies. If you have further doubts/ clarifications, feel free to follow up with me. Regards, Dr. Sonia