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Acidity problem
I feel something is stuck in my throat also whenever I drink water I burp alot I went to ENT he said it's acidity he prescribed me the following medicines 1) Nupenta DSR 2) bitadine gargil 3) Rantac 150 Already it's been 10-15 days but only slight improvement
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Consult for proper medications
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Take pan 40 once a day
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Can help you with the next course of action and treatment plan. Would like to discuss in details and provide apt solution. Kindly consult.
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Rabeprazole-l twice daily before meals Syp sucraday o 5 ml twice daily before meals Drink plenty of water Avoid oily spicy diet All the medicines for 2 wks
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Hi., I can understand your concern. Yes it can be due to acidity. Can be cured with medication with proper diet. Need to avoid oily spicy processed foods. Avoid drinking water right after food. Chew well and swallow Walk for ten minutes after every meals.
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plan for a consultation with a gastrohenterologist
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