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Fever, throat infection, indigestion, loose stools, green phlegm, treatment

i get fever with throat infection with a frequency of 2 months.... days before fever, my stomach gives problems like indigestion , no free motion and passing of gas. the throat infection starts and results in green flum, stays for 3 days and goes away. I normally use ornof and crocin during these days. I feel this is intestinal problem, dont know what it is. I am 5.9 and weigh 72 kgs. Vegetarian . No alcohol or smoking. Please let me know what this may be.
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Welcome to Health Care Magic.

Based on the information provided you are suffering from recurrent Pharyngitis and esophagitis secondary to GERD ( Gastro Esophageal reflux Disease). All the symptoms you mentioned like indigestion, passing flatus point to the diagnosis of GERD. Due to indigestion and hyperacidity the stomach acid reflux in to espophagus and pharynx , there by causing sore throat.

Unless the primary cause is treated ( GERD in your case) you continue to have recurrent pharyngitis and esophagitis.

To treat this you have t.,o use Proton pump inhibitors ( Pantaprazole, Rabeprazole, Omeprazole) in combination with pro kinetic agents ( Domperidone or itopride). You have various preparations available in market in the above mentioned combinations like PAN D, OMEZ D, RABEZ D, DOMSTAL O etc.,. You might have to use this medicines for a period of 2 months. The capsule has to be taken 1 hr before having break for it to be effective.

Meanwhile you need to modify your diet as well. Avoid hot dairy products ( milk or tea or coffee) especially before going to bed. Avoid Cool drinks. Restrict fat intake and Deep fried foods. Try to avoid spicy foods. And do not forget to maintain atleast 1 1/2 to 2 Hrs gap between your meals and bedtime. Take plenty of green leafy vegetables and fluids.

This would definitely help you.

Wish you a healthy life.
Take Care
Answered: Sat, 12 May 2012
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