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Nausea, bloating with heart burn after eating, low grade fever. Taking antacids. Suggestions?

6 days ago I had a fever of 38 Celsius. The next couple of days I had a temp of 37-37.5 with a loss of appetite . Following that my appetite has increased slightly but after eating felt nauseous and a bit bloated with heart burn especially at night. My temp has been 37-37.2 since Thursday and the heart burn is there at night. Have taken antacids at night. Have taken Advil and motillium.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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The heart burn is due to stress that is causing increased acid secretion.
Advil is Ibuprofen that can have serious effect on stomach change it with less toxic such as Paracetamol that is comparatively better continue with Motilium and Take Antacids such as Omeprazole 20 mg in the morning before breakfast and 20 mg in the noon before dinner that will srely relieve your heartburn.
Avoid chillies and Friend food.

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Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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