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Hot itchy feeling in stomach area, no pain. What is the cure?

Hi my husband is getting a hot itchy feeling in his lower stomach area and feels very fidgety. This is happening at least 2-3 times a week. He has no pain. It can take anything up to 2 hrs to go. It is no particular time but often at night. He has tried drinking loads of water and is normally healthy. He is 52 yrs of age. Nothing seems to help it and he is getting really frustrated with it.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your question.

Before coming to any definitive diagnosis I will like to ask you certain questions.

Does the burning sensation increase or decrease on taking food?

Is it associate with Nausea or Vomiting?

How is your Bowel habit?

Did you ever pass blood in vomiting or stool?

Are you Alcoholic or have habit of taking NSAID's for Headache/Backpain?

My advice to you for now will be avoid spicy or junk foods.
You may take antacid gel for relieving your symptoms.

Wish you and your husband best of health.
Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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