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Pain on left side of abdomen
Hi. I have irritable bowel syndrome for 7 -8 years. Recently I have been feeling pain on the left side of the abdomen. It doesnt feels like kidney stone pain as i had one few years ago. It is more in the morning and less during the day. Could it be because IBS? Do I need to get ultrasound or some other test done.
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Hello I understand your concern We have many good homeopathic medicines for this condition to treat it completely from the root itself without any harmful sideffects Please contact me directly Or ask me at dramisha.com Online consultation and medicines at your doorstep also available nationally and internationally Warm regards Dr Amisha Mirchandani
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HELLO, ULTRASOUND WHOLE ABDOMEN. TABLET LEVOSULPRIDE 75MG ONE TABLET  BEFORE BREAKFAST. TABLET CIPROBIDTZ TWO TIMES A DAY AFTER FOOD FOR THREE TO FIVE DAYS. TABLET MEFTAL PLUS TWO TIMES A DAY. YOU ARE A KNOWN CASE OF IBS. NO OTHER TEST AS  SUCH IS REQUIRED. O.K BYE.
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