I'm having this problem since 1 week I'm not feeling hungry at all lot of hiccups are coming stomach burn and heart burn like symptoms im using razo d and appetite syrup but THESE symptoms are existing kindly provide me the solution for my problem
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Hello there...i understand your concern...try eating several small meals instead of three large ones whenever you can...Avoid foods that irritate your stomach, especially those that are spicy, acidic, fried or fatty... avoid coffee,tea etc... Avoid stress,consider calming activities, such as meditation, yoga etc...sleep with head raised position and have dinner at least 2 hours before sleep..do regular exercises...take pantaprazole 40 mg twice daily before food with above....consult physician if symptoms persists.
You need to follow a healthy diet. Avoid spicy foods, oily foods, outside junk foods, tea, coffee, sweets, sugars as much as possible. Have 4-5 short meals per day, instead of three big meals. Also drink plenty of water in between meals and little water during meals. You can take pantoprazole 40mg once in the morning half hour before your breakfast for one week. Sometimes stress can also trigger gastritis. So try relaxation methods like yoga or meditation. Also do not starve for too long. If this doesn't give you relief then consult a general physician or surgeon for further evaluation.
Hello. Your symptoms suggest you are suffering from GERD. You may also have underlying liver problem causing this lack of hunger & indigestion. Check serum LFT, Lipase & Amylase. Instead of razo-d, take Cap GANATON TOTAL 1 cap before breakfast for 6 weeks, Syr DIGICAINE 2tsf thrice daily before meals for 10 days and Syr APTIVATE 10ml thrice daily before meals for 1 month.
If your problems persist despite these, then visit a Gastroenterologist for further opinion.
Take plenty of water orally(>3lit/day), avoid spicy or fatty foods.
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