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Suffering from severe acidity after c section delivery. Treatment?

Hello Doc. Grief... I have a 4 and half month old baby boy and since my C section delivery 4 1/2 months back. I have severe acidity problem. I suffered from bouts of acidity before my pregnancy but after delivery it has become even worse. Irrespective of whatever I eat or drink, I pass gas every 20 mins. My C section delivery was caused due to prolonged second stage of labor and then failed vacuuming.
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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As yiu are suffering from acid peptic disorder.
As it is worsening after delivery. so now you will have to take some antacid or antisecretory drugs
commonly used drugs are Pentoprazole, Rabeprazole, Omeprazole any of then after consultation you can take.
also you will have to avoid Spicy and Oily food ,
and take meal in small amount in frequent duration.
Also include fruit in salad
take care
get well soon
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