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Have gas and don't feel hungry. Tests all fine. Treatment?

hi dr. sir, im suffering from stomach disorder like, very much gas which dont pass, not feeling of hunger from 8-9 years, im taking medicine regularly alopathic dont work at all only ayurvedic or unani medicine working 30%-40%, a passed through many test like endoscopy , colonoscopy , blood test , ultrasounds etc but reports are normal, pls help.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response

Thank you for the query.

If all performed tests are negative most likely you do suffer from some kind of IBS. The gas in the intestines is produced by bacterias and can be a result of severe bacterial infection. That is why I suggest you to try Rifaximine 400 mg 3x1 for 7 days treatment (prescribed by your doctor). This antibiotic eliminates patologic bacterias and can give many positive responses.
You should also increase fiber rich products and mineral water intake, avoid fatty foods, and have more physical activity.

Hope this will help.
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General Surgeon Dr. Hari Charan Perigela's  Response
As per your query,your reports are normal.
Please take a PPI like Rabeprazole along with a Prokinetic drug .
You should also take a Pre and Probiotic and observe.
Please do Yoga or Meditation.
Avoid spicy foods,cool drinks,Alchohol,smoking.
Wish you good health.
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