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Bloating pain in 8 weeks pregnancy
I am facing bloating pain after having meals since two days with burping and flatulence Pain lasts for 2 hours . Please let me know is this happen or if yes how to treat it.
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Yes you can take some antacids for it
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Avoid Oily and Spicy Food Avoid Heavy Food Avoid Junk Food Daily Morning Walk Sound Sleep Daily at least 8 Hours a Day If Still feeling same Problem: Take : Tablet : Pantocid 40 mg One tablet every morning empty stomach for 10 days Take care
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You seem to have GERD that is acid reflux problem. You will need some medicines for it. You can take Sucral O syrup twice a day before meals. Avoid oily and spicy food, soda and aerated drinks. Avoid tea/coffee especially empty stomach. Take multiple small meals rather than few large meals. Avoid fasting for too long. Walk for atleast 15 min after every meal. Avoid gas forming food items like beans chana, sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage.
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If no relief, you can consult me on practo. I can advice tablets as needed.
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