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What could bubbling in the stomach mean after taking different medication for cold ?

i currently am getting over the flu , but during this process ive taking 4 different types of medicines, not using common sense but just trying to get better quickly cause i have never been sick like this before in my entire life it was terrible. now i feel bubbling in my stomach n some burning and wierd inside, can anyone help me and tell me what this could mean?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Jan 2011
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Always remember this saying "Self medication is bad and Self irritation is mad". You must be having gastritis I suppose, you need to take on proton pump inhibitors (such as Esomeprazole, Pantoperazole) after consulting your doctor. Avoid oily/spicy food/coffee/tea/smoking/alcohol for few days and drink plenty of warm water.

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Sun, 30 Jan 2011
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