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Stomach pain and discomfort, sucral o, pantodac dsr, dyspepsia, mild gastritis

hi , i have pain and discomfort on the starting point of the stomach, for last 10 months, i have shown it to few doctors also , got my endoscopy done also 6 months back. i am taking thrice a day 2 spoons sucral o and in the morning i am taking pantodac dsr, but i am not having any relief as asuch, not drinking also and not eating fatty foods also , i am leading a routined life with 1 hour gym also , this pain and discomfort is there all day since i get up, sometimes its not there for 1 week , then it starts again for a month . what should i do . my endoscopy report says dyspepsia , and mild gastritis and reflux in lower lax spninster. pls suggest sir.
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Hi Amit, welcome to HCM.

Its glad that you are concerned about your health. Dyspepsia is a condition where there is abdormal digestive function. The symptoms include pain in the stomach, vomiting,flatulence, bad mouth odour etc. The causes can be due to consumption of wrong combination of foods, overeating, not chewing food enough etc which results in producing an acidic effect in the digestive system. Avoid fatty foods and spicy foods. Also, check if foods like cabbage, radish, onions, cucumber have any negative effect as some people cannot accept these foods. Also, your body might need a detox for which you might have to go on a all fruit diet for 3 days or so. Once the body is detoxified, your digestive system will get back in track. Include a lot of water along with fruits alone for 3 days. you can consume boiled vegetables as well. Add ginger to your foods if possible as it aids in good digestion. Also, try having this fruit diet for 3-4 days every month, which is similar to servicing a vehicle. Your body sometimes needs servicing too.

Good luck!!!
Answered: Tue, 22 May 2012
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