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My mother has severe nausea , with the inability to vomit or burp. She has had her gallbladders removed

My mother has been sick over a year. No one seems to know what is wrong with her. She is 77 years of age. She has had all types of blood work done, colonoscopy, endoscopy and barium tests. She also has had her gallbladders removed last August, after a year of illness. She will be better for a couple of days then it starts all over. She has lost weight not extreme but about 15 lbs since this all started. She has severe nausea , with the inability to vomit or burp. Then after that eases she starts with watery stools. She is now on compazine, levsin and I recently bought ginger vitamins . All seems to work for a short while. Once she is able to start belching then the other symptoms seems to ease up. Her personal physician and stomach physician doesn t have a clue. It also doesn t seem to make a difference in what she eats. She has been in the hospital several times and they can t seem to find anything either. Please help!!!!!!!!! Any additional ideas would be greatly appreciated, since she doesn t want the expense of an additional hospital visit and it does not seem to help.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Jan 2011
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  User's Response
welcome to HCM Forum,
as you describe about your mother's problem. It seems to be like she doesn't respond to allopathic treatment. Something disturbance going on her constitution which not allowed to permanent relief. What ever allopathic medicine you give, it will effect temporarily. I think you should have to think for alternative treatment. Homeopathy will help her and also you can avoid unnecessary hospital visits.
Think other way...
take care...
Answered: Sat, 20 Aug 2011
Gastroenterologist, Surgical Dr. Ajit Naniksingh Kukreja's  Response
From the history that u have provided it appears she is suffering from Post Cholecystectomy Syndrome
I would recommend avoid fatty meals and fermented foods, Avoide raw vegetables and salads
Precooked foods and meals will help
Do not consume anything atleast four hours before going to bed
Take Cap Rabprazole with Domperidone twice a day ,Any good Digestive Enzyme both before meals
Get well soon
Answered: Sat, 24 Sep 2011
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As from your description it seems no problem comes up on the floor but there is some problem inside which is making her uncomfortable. In this kind of cases it is advisable to go for Homeopathic treatment and for this you can contact and they will guide you in a better way for this.
Answered: Tue, 20 Sep 2011
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