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Gastic Problems

Dear Doctor I have been feeling a small ache on the sides of stomach,also today while walking i was respirating very badly,was not able to take a deep long bresth properly,and feeling like my stomach is jammed,also it feels like the food is being stucked in throat and can vomet anytime,what could be it.
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Dr. Alok Kumar Delhi | Cardiologist
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Consult gastro
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Dr. Swathi S Aithal Bangalore | General Physician
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Well ..you need to have food on time..do not wait till hunger pangs.maintain proper time.  Divide your meal time to small proportions so that you dont over eat..secondly drink lots of water. ..atleast 8-10 glasses per day . thirdly.. You need to stroll for a min of 15 min after each meal...stress,tension,all these are also factors of acidity...avoid outside food,junk and oily food...better to have gone cooked food for few days
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Dr. B Rajashekar Bangalore | General Physician
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HELLO KINDLY GET CORONARY ARTERY PROFILE DONE IF NORMAL , CONSULT A GASTROENTEROLOGIST/ PHYSICIAN AND AND DECIDE BYE
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Dr. Sameer Sahay Pune | Consultant Physician
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Hi, you probably have a bad episode of gastritis with reflux. Recall what you have eaten recently and avoid spicy & oily food for the time being. Avoid stress and get a good night's sleep, avoid lying down flat.
Now apart from this you will get Anti reflux medication. The issue is that sometimes such symptoms can be due to more serious illnesses like pancreatitis etc. which need different line of treatment. So visit a local MD physician, let him examine you and decide whether you can try Anti reflux meds or you need further investigation. That is the safe thing to do.
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