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Onset of severe stomach pain post chicken pox treatment. Gastro tests normal, no relief with medicines. Options?

hello , i am Simran ,23 years old before 2 months i had suffered from chicken pox ...and after chicken pox i become weak and then my stomach pain started (hunger pain, vomiting type feelings,very restlessness ,more hungry , breathing problem ,gas in stomach, upper part of stomach ache ) then i saw a good doctor - gastro .....and gone through different tests(Ultrasound U/A,Blood test -liver function etc ....everything is normal. after eating lots of medicins then i started to go homeopathy......but their is no such fruitful result
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Thanks for positing your query.
As you had chicken pox and you might have used NSAIDs like aspirin, ibuprofen etc that can cause gastric discomfort. Sometimes diabetes may present with increase hunger,abdominal pain and nausea. However, you are advised to visit your doctor and get tests to rule out diabetes, thyroid dysfunction and drug induced peptic ulcers.
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Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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