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After having fever for a day 2 weeks back disappeared after taking one dose of Dolo 650 had diahorrea twice next day with stomach pain. Took lomotil it stopped. Since then no appetite. Forcibly ate food if I could push the gut movement. For a safer side did cbc and cpr and cpr is 15 mg/l . LFT is fine A/G ratio is 0.97 and Alkaline phosphate is 148. From last 4 years my ultrasound said heptomogoly with fatty infiltration. I am normal otherwise. Mild pain in right side below chest. Am I at risk of liver issue .or colon or IBS pls help. I am 120 kgs. I don't know what to eat. I don't feel like eating. Having rice dal curd rice idli dosa fruits like banana grapes but reduced quantity. Stopped coffee tea from 10 days . Not to forget I had white stools only for a day a week back. Had beet apple lemon juice. Now it's normal but severe acidity.. On a gastroenterologist advise taking nexus 20 zepodel CD and BIFED supplement sachet. taken Covishield on 10th April . tightness around naval area
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Ur gastroenterologist has given the right advice. Pls follow that accordingly. Hope u get better soon Take lot of curd and buttermilk, Not curd rice....bcoz that's hot..it destroys all the good bacteria in curd
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