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Experiencing green tongue, watery stools, high acid levels, limited sleep. What is the cure?

i am experiencing a green tongue and green watery stools - I ate chichen yesterday and I also have a history of high acid levels and regularly take acid reducers. Other factors include limited sleep (newborn baby) the condition started yesterday after i ate the chicken - i felt a little naucious but mostly felt severe heartburn . I am at thr toilet every 30hr
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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there is stomac h infections which can cause the hyperacidity the oesopageal reflux causes gree n tongue and infections
chicken must have aggravated te condition wit development of other problems
you can take norfloxacin 400 mg bd for 5 days to clear infection
need to add antacids thhree times in liquid forms
consult te gastroenterologist who can treat you after finding te cause of infections by doing ultrsound and treat accordingly
Answered: Sun, 11 Aug 2013
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