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Blood in saliva. No cough, phlegm. X-ray reported normal. Pain in stomach, acid inside body. What can I do?

hi every morning when i release my saliva in lavatory after i woke up i noticed some blood on it. i have no cough and phlegm. My x-ray is ok and my doctor saying im normal. Right now i experiencing pain in my stomach i think and i can feel acid inside of my body. what can i do? is the yogart is ok to treat this kind of acid of taking raw garlic? thanks
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
The mode of blood on spitting apparently appears to be from gums which may be having gingivitis as your x ray is normal so the other possibility of tuberculosis stands ruled out. Hyperacidity has no such tinge of blood as a symptom. Use of yogurt or garlic is not recommended in hyperacidity as a cure, in fact for having temporary symptomatic relief cold milk acts good. The cause of hyperacidity need be removed first. Brush your teeth every time after meals. Mixture of turmeric and salt can be rubbed on gums to restrict bleeding.
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