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Pain in lower abdomen
My son age 16 has pain in lower abdomen for last two days. Pain stretch towards left. This pain is third time in two months. Last time we did all urine test, CBC and ultrasound , everything was normal. Physian treated with regular medication and it was gone away. Please suggest actions necessity...
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Hello. You give him mag phos 6x - 2 tabs with warm water thrice daily for two days. Eat light foods only. Drink plenty of water also.
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Hello there. I can understand your concern. as of now you can give him a tablet. pantoprazole 40mg once a day half an hour before food. tablet. Meftal-spas twice a day after food. ask him to drink lots of water, he should have a soft diet and avoid oily and spicy foods. consult a general surgeon in person for further help if the issue still doesn't resolve. best regards, Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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Tab Bandy plus one stat ( chew empty stomach) one day only Tab Pan 40 twice daily before meals Tab Oflox-Oz twice daily after meals Tab Meftal spas thrice daily For 5 days
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