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Burning sensation in stomach, bloating, loss of appetite. Taking sucraful ozetacine gel, no relief. History of heart attacks. Causes for symptoms?

Hi ,I am experiencing burning efffect in my stomach and my stomach is always bloated for the past one week and also I have lost my apetite completely.I am taking sucrafil-oxetacine gel for the same and razo -d ,but it is not helping. Please advise... and adding to that, for information I had a heart attack a year back and I had interventions done for that.Right now I am taking medicines(clopitab,sorbitrate, cardivas ,telday,razo-D) for the same.
Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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thank u sir for sharing with us in HCM
u have burning effect in ur stomach not releiving by sucral-o
should go for an upper G I endoscopy and RUT (RAPID UREASE TEST) in order to exclude H. pylori
this burning effect may also be due to GERD
so if possible undergo a 24 hour ph monitoring of lower end of esophagus and GE junction
do continue ur cardiac medication
hope for the best
dont worry
thank u
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