Gastric problem skin prob
I m a powerlifter and a bodybuilder since last 9 years.i hav stomach problems such as bloating n sometimes vomiting in morning when i wake up early or hav to travel or hav to go for important meetings. All tests r done reports come normal. Then since last 8 yrs i have scalp foliculitis ihav to take dose of anitbiotics every month for 5days the it gets cleared but than it happens again in 20-25 days. N since last 2 years i have problem of urticria and my serum ige report is around 700. I have been prescribed allegra 180mg once in morning by my doctor n that helps me but i m not able to get it cured permanently. My physician says that its all because of my body heat (vaayu n pith of ayurved) so he gives me venlor 70mg digeplex, perinorm cd, atpark. But venlor makes me feel weird so i dont take it.. And the problem still persists.
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Dr. Govind S Mittal
Trichologist 8 yrs exp Bangalore
Greetings. Thank you for detailed history of your symptoms and treatment. Due to sheer magnitude of your problems, I could best treat you only on a personal direct consultation. Other measures you must follow is - avoid tea / coffee / smoking / alcohol / also excess of milk. Regularise your diet habits. Eat a light dinner. This may all seem to help over time. Use anti fungal shampoo regularly. You may also need a decolonisation regime. See a qualified dermatologist near you. Further queries may be sent on follow up messaging. Warm regards
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