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Recurring nausea after stopping medicines, taken Ondem, Rablet. Right medicines?

Hello Sir, I am suffering from Nausea from last 15 days. After my doctor advice , I have taken blood test , urine test and ultrasound . In ultrasound Gastritis problem occur. My doctor prescribed Ondem MD 8mg and Rablet 20. 10 days I continue when I left the dosage, after 1 week again same problem occurs and I have started taking the same medicine. I just want to know am I taking the right Medicine , an d when will be completely relieved from this proble. My age is 27 Years old] My name is Shweta I am Unmarried
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
Thanks for posting your query.
Ultrasound scan is not the test to diagnose gastritis.
An upper GI endoscopy should be done for that.
The medications you have been taking is appropriate only.
Since there is persistence of symptoms, an upper GI endoscopy may be done.
Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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