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What is the treatment for Stomach pain, diarrhea and vomiting?

Stomach pain and cramping also turns to diareah Feeling in the throat that could maybe throw up started
last Thursday. started with diarreah Yesterday ate light baked potatoe and potatoe soup . Night
time got cramps in lower stomach. Got up this mor. only had few sips of coffee and jello. Just had a cramp
again not as bad as yesterday . went normal movement. Seems better now
Thu, 19 Jan 2017
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Hi,

Looking at your description, I would advise you to take antiacidity medicine like Pantoprazole or Ranitidine group of drugs with antacids or Sucralfate syrup for 4-5 days. Meanwhile you should avoid fatty fried spicy and junk food and carbonated beverages.

Complete abstinence of smoking and drinking is recommended. Have lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.If it doesn't help than I would advise you to book an appointment with gastroenterologist for an ultrasound abdomen or an endoscopy if need be.

Hope this answers your question. Please feel free to ask for follow up question I will gladly answer you.

Best wishes,
Dr. B R Hudda
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What is the treatment for Stomach pain, diarrhea and vomiting?

Hi, Looking at your description, I would advise you to take antiacidity medicine like Pantoprazole or Ranitidine group of drugs with antacids or Sucralfate syrup for 4-5 days. Meanwhile you should avoid fatty fried spicy and junk food and carbonated beverages. Complete abstinence of smoking and drinking is recommended. Have lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.If it doesn t help than I would advise you to book an appointment with gastroenterologist for an ultrasound abdomen or an endoscopy if need be. Hope this answers your question. Please feel free to ask for follow up question I will gladly answer you. Best wishes, Dr. B R Hudda