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Pain after every meal
Hi, i am having stomach pain after every meal. Ultrasound showed no stones, and blood test showed drop in colic acid and increase in eosinophils to 1.6. It also showed showed no choelic disease but i had consciously eliminated gluten intake 1-2 days prior to test given it was causing a pain in my stomach
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Needs further details so kindly connect immediately and drink plenty of water. You can also connect on eight four four eight eight Seven nine nine seven two
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To get the better treatment plan or management of the disease along with second opinion kindly always prefer video consultation . A video consultation is best for better understanding the disease and to explain the prognosis
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Stop gluten. Avoid oily foods and junk foods. Use more of curd and butter milk.
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Postprandial discomfort may be indicative of a gastric ulcer.
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Kindly consult for proper evaluation and treatment.
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Can help you with the next course of action and treatment plan. Would like to discuss in details. Kindly consult via whatsapp on nine zero two nine six zero zero four seven zero.
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Do connect and consult Will help you
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Connect please
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Sir You seem to have deep digestive/gut issues ranging from microbial dysbiosis, nutritional deficiencies, inflammation, food sensitivities etc etc. Gluten intolerance ( coeliac disease) is less common compared to gluten sensitivity ( no positive results on testing) Get thoroughly evaluated holistically to work on the root cause.
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Consult ASAP
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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According to your query and sign and  know about the disease and cause and it's best Treatment as you have mentioned as above . Please take consultation for better evaluation and best Treatment as it need complete history of patient as personal and family history. Please follow any medicine or advise after consultation only from a good doctor. Please follow good life style as • take plenty of fluid and • take less spicy and fatty foods and • take home made food only and • do exercise regularly with yoga and meditation  and • please keep positive  attitude to fight any disease and any problem of your life.
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Infection. Kindly consult
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It's infection
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