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Gallbaldder Stone-Cholecy

Appetite, Body Heat, stomach pain&feel a burning sensation i took homepathy medicine also, but this month i dnt take. if i got period 30th of every date means 20th date onwards i feel stomach pain or uneasy symptoms, what can i go for next
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Dr. Laxman G. Jonwal
28 yrs. of exp | Mumbai | Consultant Physician

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Hello There, Probable causes of Gall bladder Stones - Cholelithiasis - Pain in Abdomen - Anorexia - Burning are :- 1) Acidity-Gas Gastritis and Constipation 2) Odd time food intake and Fasting regularly 3) High Lipids - Cholesterol levels 4) Obesity 5) High BP and Diabetes 6) Hormonal imbalance & menstrual Disorders 7) Allergy and poor Immunity 8) Unhealthy Lifestyle 9) Unhealthy food habits 10) Oily-Fried, Fatty food and sweet intake 11) Alcohol or Spirit intake Regularly 12) Insomnia and sleep disorders 13) Late Night working 14) Day Time sleep * Correct diagnosis and accordingly appropriate Comprehensive treatment is needed. *Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment treats Disease along with its root causes simultaneously and successfully *Very fast effective and experience good effects in 1-2 week. *Herbal 100% safe, no side effects.
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Do these tests earliest for correct diagnosis:- 1) Digital USG Whole Abdomen and pelvis 2) Digital X-Ray KUB 3) CBC ESR 4) LIPID PROFILE 5) LFT 6) Blood Sugar Fasting and post Lunch
Health Tips
*Avoid or minimise above mentioned causes. *Fresh seasonal fruit Twice daily at 10.30 am & 4.30pm *Breakfast at 7-8am *Lunch at 12.30 noon *Dinner at 7.30pm *Reduce Carbohydrate intake by 25% *Reduce or minimise fat - Oily-Fried *1 Bowl fresh green vegetables twice daily *1 Bowl Dal OR protein Twice daily *20 minute Brisk walking Twice daily empty stomach
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Dr. Rama S.K
15 yrs. of exp | Pune | Internal Medicine
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Gall bladder pathology unlikely. ...
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