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Severe chronic abdominal pain and constipation, involuntary sounds from stomach and throat. Cause and remedy?

I m in my early twenties and have been suffering since I was 17 or younger of these symptoms that get worse with each year. I have painful abdominal pain that is so severe that I need to squat in my place if I m standing, at times if I m sitting I curl into a ball to relieve the pain a little. I also have a pain I would describe as a corset pain because I imagine it s how a corset felt if it was put tightly on me. I ve had constipation since I was a baby. On rare occasions I wake up with orange goop all over my front teeth (even though i bruised my teeth the night before) . Very recently my stomach and throat make involuntary sounds that others can hear. My Dr guessed acid reflex and gave me meeds for tat but tat only resulted in darkening of my urine .
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Your symptoms looks like chronic acidity that may have developed in to ulcer. You need to do Barium meal of esophagus, stomach and duodenum to rule out any ulcer or perforation. The gastoroenterologist may suggest some more investigations based on Barium meal report. Till the time you get your investigations done, you can start with following Ayurvedic treatment (if it is available in your country):
Tab. Kamdusha Ras (Suvarnayukta) - 2 Tabs 2 times a day
Tab. Alsarex - 2 tabs 2 times a day
Tab. Sutshekhar ras - 2 tabs 2 times a day
Continue for at least 3 months

You can also try this simple home remedy for acute ulcer/ gastritis pain:
Eat a bowl of smashed cooked rice + cow butter (home made) early morning in breakfast. This gives good relief in many patients.
To get relief of your pain keep away - "Hurry, Worry and Curry"
Hurry = Never eat your food in hurry. It leads to indigestion that further cause acidity.
Worry = Stress. Keep the stress away since it also increases acidity.
Curry = Spicy food. It also increases acidity.
One more thing ... don't ever drink aerated cold drinks (containing soda) or bicarbonate drinks. This may cause further perforation in already formed ulcer.
Hope this helps.
Take care.

Answered: Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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