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I m suffering from diarrhea from some time it get cured after taking medicine then after sometime my stomach again get upset this continues from approx last 2 months now we got to know that this is because of mixing of sever water in the water supply of our society now we stop taking that water shift to bisleri .i want to know that can we take vbact oe entrogeminia or something else for 10 ,15 day to relax our stomach or anything else like that
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Please check stool r/m to check for any infection and consult with reports
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Connect please
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First get a stool test routine done Deworming do Then consult
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1. Dietary Changes:    - Avoid trigger foods like spicy, acidic, or fatty foods, as they can worsen symptoms.    - Eat smaller, more frequent meals rather than large ones to reduce pressure on the stomach.    - Finish meals at least 2-3 hours before lying down or going to bed. 2. Lifestyle Adjustments:    - Elevate the head of your bed by 6-8 inches to prevent stomach acid from flowing back into the esophagus while sleeping.    - Maintain a healthy weight, as excess weight can contribute to GERD symptoms.    - Avoid tight-fitting clothing that can put pressure on the abdomen. 3. Meal Timing:    - Avoid eating close to bedtime.    - Wait a couple of hours after eating before engaging in strenuous activities or exercising. 4. Avoid Smoking and Alcohol:    - Both smoking and alcohol can weaken the lower esophageal sphincter and increase the risk of acid reflux. 5. Medications:    - Follow your healthcare provider's recommendations for any prescribed medications, such as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) or H2 blockers. 6. Stress Management:    - Stress can exacerbate GERD symptoms. Engage in relaxation techniques like deep breathing, meditation, or yoga. 7. Hydration:    - Drink plenty of water throughout the day. Staying hydrated can help maintain a healthy digestive system. 8. Chewing Gum:    - Chewing sugar-free gum after meals can help increase saliva production, which can neutralize stomach acid. 9. Avoid Bending Over:    - Bending over or stooping immediately after meals can increase the risk of acid reflux. Instead, try to maintain an upright posture. 10. Consult Your Doctor:     - If you experience severe or persistent symptoms despite making lifestyle changes, consult your healthcare provider. They can provide personalized advice and recommend further tests or treatment options. Test: 24hours pH monitoring, GI endoscopy
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Need mode details and history for proper diagnosis and treatment
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