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Bloating stomach, pain after having food, irregular bowels. Taking light medication. Suggestions?

actually last month i have problem , after having meal stomach start expanding like baloon and paining ,my doc say its gas and acidity gave me medicines for 15 days , but there is stiil a problem there i am getting irreguler bowl and that is to ichy at that time.. i am a regular drinker pls. sugest me the solution, my age is 43
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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Your case is not clear.. It would be nice if you could actually put it in a methodical way so that doctors understand your case better and are able to guide you.
Btw, it looks like you have acidity problem(Gastritis) but what is not understandable is the itchy? where ? Irregular bowel-as in frequent or constipated? Any reports done so your lipid profile, ultrasound sonsography of abdomen? Kindly furnish some more details to enable to prescribe medicine for you.

Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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