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Excessive burping, stomach bloating, acidity, restlessness. Taking rabesec, levosulpride. Cure?

I am getting wind coming from my mouth (called xxxx in xxxxx) When ever wind comes from mouth I feel some relief otherwise every time I feel restlessness I tried medicine salts as Rabesec 20 , levosulpride, ( Lesuride from Sun Pharma ), sorbiline liquid and certain antacids, for the last two months. Doctors say it as acidity,and my intestines are not working in rythem. My stomach is bulging I donot have any burning sensation in the stomach
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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Jun 2015
Hello dear,

The case history as mentioned in your post suggest that your symptoms may be due to production of gas in your stomach, which is also related to production of acid in stomach.

Rabesec & other antacids prevents acid formation in stomach.
& Gastrokinetic agents like Levosulpride enhances gastrointestinal motility & maintains the rhythm.
So...the medicines prescribed by your Doctor is correct...please continue them as advised.

But these medicines will only provide symptomatic relief.
And it is needed that you take certain precautions regarding your diet & lifestyle:
1. Take soft, plain, non-spicy foods
2. Drink lots of water to maintain adequate hydration
3. Avoid fast foods & gas producing food products like cabbage, etc.
4. Avoid smoking & alcohol
5. Keep away stress..think positive.
6. Exercise regularly & practice meditation.

There is no need to worry, you will be fine.
Wishing you a good health
Thanks & take care
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Answered: Sat, 25 May 2013
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