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Acidity and gas after taking Satrogyl, Prosig and Sompraz. How to get relief?

my mom is a patient of acidity, irregular bowels and gas and at present she is under medication . she is taking the following medicines... satrogyl 300, prosig capsules, tab unienzyme, sompraz 40 mg. but after taking all these medicines she is suffering even more (she feels acidity all d time and as if gas is pushing upwards)... she is a regular sufferer of gas and acidity. what should i do to get her a little relief from this condition now??? please help
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
Continue with the medicines and wait till course is over.
Give her plenty of water and more fiber diet which will improve her bowel movement leading to passing gas and passing stool.
Avoid giving fried and junk food.
Give more green veggies, fresh fruits and juices.
Give her butter milk and curd.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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