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Gas problems
Having gas from 2020.got treated problem was ok.then again arised chest pain left upper chest with burping. Eco cardio ecg ultrasound endoscopy done reports are normal.was taking acogut ,pyloflush,nexpro l,reflux forte.was feeling better.taken medicines for 1month.then stopped.medicine took last year.but gas medicines such as pan d,sompraz d 40,every day i have to take once.sometimes twice also.does taking gas medicines daily is bad
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Kindly discuss
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Take tab medigas tds x 5 dys
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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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Hi. I can understand your concern. Not only gastric medicine, any medicine for a long time is bad. Take tab razo d once morning before food for one week. You need to concentrate more on diet.
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avoid oily spicy processed and outside food items regular exercise and walking avoid drinking more water right after food.
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