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Nausea and belching after eating constantly. Why pain in rib cage? Remedies?

Hi I m a 41 year old women for the past six weeks I ve had almost constant nausea and belching after eating. Feels like morning sickness but I m not pregnant. Some days I feel very bloated and find it hard to want to eat. I have a mild burning pain under my ribcage and sometimes under my right hand side. I ve tried indigestion remedies but only give very slight relief. I ve also felt very tired lately. Very worried I may have cancer as I ve never eated a fruit and veg rich diet and love salt.
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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U can take tab Reglan 10 mg thrice daily before food for 7 days.
U can also take Syr Mucaine gel 2 tsf thrice daily after food for 7 days.
Do a Ultrasonography of whole abdomen.
Do blood test for urea ,creatinine and liver function test.

Regards and take care.
Answered: Thu, 5 Sep 2013
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