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Having problem with esophagus and gastric. Pain not reduced after taking nextro, peristal. Reason?

hello doctor, my problem is Esophagus and gastritis for last 7 months. there is no change in my pain inspite of taking medicines like nextro 40 ,peristal.... though i am not taking any medicine for last 3 months. is there any way to release my pain without medicine? as i am living away from my home ,sometimes it is mendatory for me to eat food which contains chilly and all.... please provide me solution ..... looking forward for your advice....
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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You should avoid spicy foods at any cost.
Stop smoking,Alchohol.Avoid Cool drinks,tea,coffee.
Eat regularly.
Get an Upper GI endoscopy.
Till then take PPI like Rabeprazole along with Domperidone with you and take it daily till the symptoms subside.
Wish you good health.
Change in your lifestyle will help you
Answered: Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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