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Have gastritis. Taking Sucral suspension and Rabonic plus. Is the medicine good?

i am suffering from gastritis from the last 23 years i am now 42 yrs old my wt is only 48kgs whenever i take some spicy food my stomach burns, i cudnt take tea, oily food, red meat etc. whenever i took food i feel toilets... i always keep biscuits in my pockets, i visited 40-50 doctors of gastro entrologist/General physician but it didnt work properly i took homeopathy & Ayurvedic/Unani also but for the time being it is ok after that the problem again the same. i think am suffering from ulcer but sorry to say doctors never take seriosly i have done Endosecopy, Ultrasonography & Barium Meal xray 20 years back it shows Erosion in Lower Esophegus in Barium Meal Xray, but Doctor says nothing serious happen. 15 years back blood clots(Malina) came from my stool. i have done Endosecopy again in july 2011..Result shows.STOMACH : There are mild patchy hyperemia, edema & few small erosions in the proximal antrum and pyloric region. No gastric, polyp, ulcer, angiodysplasia or Dieulafoy,s lesion is seen. IMPRESSION ; MILD EROSIVE ANTRAL GASTRITIS ... rest is normal...Now from 1 week, i am having Sucral suspension & Rabonic Plus now i am feeling very comfort i think this is very very suitable medicine for me i m having less spicy food, tea and a little bit butter n milk.. there is no such problem increase... Sir i just wanted to ask whether this medicine is good for me or not. please let me know ? i would be very grateful to u, Sir...
Asked On : Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
1. possible gastritis with GERD?
2. any intake of pain killers,alcohol,
3. rule out H.Pylori infection with your physician.
4. have your serum gastrin level / hemoglobin checked.
5. the suspension which you are taking is Antacid with Anesthetic property: and because you are taking along with the drug, take it 2 hrs before or after meals.
6. eat slowly,chew properly and avoid over eating
7. avoid foods which are rich in fats and oils.
8. do not consume sour foods because of the acidic contents.
Answered: Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr. R.A. Singh's  Response
Hi Zamans,
Thanks for writing your query.

Sucralfate suspension has a very effective role in treatment of gastric ulcers and acidity problems.
It forms acid buffer for 6-8 hours after one dose. It also forms a protective coating over the ulcer and prevents furthur damage. It is to be avoided if there is chronic renal failure.

Rabonik Plus contains Rabeprazole and Levosulpride.
Rabeprazole is helpful in decreasing acidity and therefore used in treatment of gastritis and ulcers.
Levosulpride is used as antipsychotic and prokinetic. It can cause increased motions due to increase in motility of intestines.

You can take these medicines if they are giving you relief from your symptoms.
You should consult your Gastroenterologist for furthur advice regarding continuity of these medicines.

Taking precautions in diet and lifestyle willl be beneficial in reducing the severity and frequency of attacks.

I hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Packriswamy Sambangi's  Response
Hallo. Zamas,
Welcome to HCM.
Sucral suspension and Rebonic plus is the best choice for gastric ulcer and acidity.
In addition , you can take the following medicines and will get relief from your symptoms.
Control your diet and life style.Go to herbal tea containing pudina and mulethi.
Have a glass of warm water every day,early in the morning. Water is believed to neutralize acidity.
Drink coconut water twice daily.
Have buttermilk along with asafetida powder after every meal.
Chewing fresh ginger before taking meals is helpful in preventing and curing acidity.
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Seema Saxena's  Response

Welcome to Health Care Magic

You are suffering from Gastritis, which is called "Amlapitta" in Ayurveda

This disease is curable and you need not to worry about this as I will definitely help you in your problem.

You should continue taking your allopathic medicines and along with this, you should take these ayurvedic medicines-

1) Avipattikar Churna (100gm)

2) Muktashukti Bhasma (10gm)

3) Muktapishti Bhasma (2gm)

Mix all these and store them in a container.

Take 2 gms (almost 1 tsp) of this mixture half an hour before lunch and dinner with water.

Take amla (Indian Gooseberry) daily in any form (murabba,juice etc). This is best "Pitta Shamak"

Avoid pickle, tea, spicy food, fast food

You should continue this medicine for at least 3 months

As your problem is chronic, you should also take help of "Panchkarma", which is a body purification process.

I hope this will help you

Answered: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Shilpa Benade's  Response
Thanks for Your query
Its good now you are feeling comfortable.But you are suffering from quit long period so my advice is to take Panchakarma... a body purification program which include VIrechana process..
u wil get best result

Answered: Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta's  Response
The medicines you are taking are very good and must be continued regularly for 6 to 8 weeks.
However I would like to mention that you must be biopsied for H.PYLORI infection also,since you are having gastritis for past so many years and a cause must be found for that.
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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