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Irritable bowel syndrome
I feel like passing gas or defecating either soon after eating or some time after eating and a feeling of incomplete bowel evacuation and not able to put on weight, please help
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Its called Sangrahani in ayurveda. stop Milk , Leafy Vegetables , Heavy food like non veg Sweets chapati, Parata. Take Light food , buttermilk, curd. Ayurveda medicines like Bilvadi Lehyam, Bilvadi choorna, jeerakadyarista, mustarista, Kutajarista used manage IBS
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Hi You should have a good life style. Eat on time. Try to follow the time 8-12-4-8 pm for eating. Don't eat junk food,nonveg,chanadal,besan, chole, rajma, poha, curd, pickle, fermented foods, corn, Consume buttermilk daily, Suggested to take hingavastak churna 1 tsf with buttermilk along with food 2 times. Let me know after 15 days. Suggested to get basti treatment
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