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Hi Doctor, I Am Having Intermittent Stomach Pain In Every

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Posted on Thu, 23 Jun 2022
Question: Hi Doctor, I am having intermittent stomach pain in every 2-3 months that last for a week or so, and the stomach pain spreads near chest region as well. Sometimes back pain occurs due to gastric.

I have undergone endoscopy recently.
Reports are attached.

Please let me know if this can be treatable with ayurvedic.

Your suggestions and input would be much appreciated.

Thanks.
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Answered by Dr. Munish Sood (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Further necessary information

Detailed Answer:
Dear
Thanks for contacting with your health concern and after reviewing your health query I am of the following opinion:

1. Report shows gastritis with positive RUT which means causative agent is H.pylori and is treatable for which you have been prescribed course of antibiotics for the same.

PS. Do let me know, if you have started with the same and how much days are left.

2. Is/are there any associated (causative/ aggravating) factors for the same, like
- excess intake of alcohol or smoking.
- abuse of pain killers.
- undue emotional/mental stress.
- intake of spicy-fatty food/carbonated drinks.

3. The condition is treatable with Ayurveda, along with dietary and seasonal regime.Do let me know when you want to start with the management.

Dr. Munish
Consultant Physician
Naimittika

direct online link: bit.ly/drmunishsood
Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. LAKSHMI
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Follow up: Dr. Munish Sood (22 hours later)
Hello Doctor,
1) I have completed the antibiotics course yesterday, and I took HP kit which includes Esmoprogole 40mg, Clarithromycin 500mg, Amoxicillin 750mg twice a day for 14days.

2) Not sure about causative, but as far as I remember 15 months ago I was taking pain killers for 2-5 days at that time I started feeling stomach pain, after that pain was occuring in evry 2-3 months roughly and it got worsen over time.

I don't smoke and I was occasionally consuming alcohol and 2 years back I stopped it.

I don't take much stress

whenever I eat foods like dosa, roti, or milk at that time pain raises and this stomach pain was transmitting to chest part also.

3) You can start the with your procedures. Now i am not taking any medicines.

Thank you so much for your valuable inputs.
doctor
Answered by Dr. Munish Sood (46 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Further necessary details

Detailed Answer:
Dear
Thanks for reverting back.

1. Dietary Regime

+ Wholesome Diet (PATHYA): coconut water, oatmeal, licorice, coconut, asafetida, laghu ahaar (easily digestible food), old brown rice, ginger, raw papaya, early morning walk, light exercise, green gram, pomegranate, raisins, spinach, radish, black pepper, ridge gourd, apple, oranges, pear, cow's milk, butter milk, lukewarm water to drink ( after meals), mint, eat fresh and properly cooked food, chew food properly, eat a little less than demanded by appetite, eat slowly, avoid irregular- haste eating, limit sweet/heavy food which is/are difficult to digest, Yogasan, meditation, deep breathing exercises, wear loose clothing, maintain ideal body weight.

- Unwholesome Diet (APATHYA): aerated drinks, dairy products, spicy foods and condiments, spices, cucumber, protein rich diet, ghee, raw fruits, sour substances, smoking, tomato, onions, garlic, citrus fruits, peas, beans, oily food, daytime sleeping, avoid eating in standing position, incompatible foods, pain killers, iron supplement, chewing gum, mental stress, suppression of natural urges, butter, ice cream, cheese, meat, newly harvested rice, black gram, curd, potato, sweet potato, cold water, overeating, heavy dinner, bakery products, artificial sweeteners.

2. Seasonal Regime: Do let me know the season prevailing in your city so that it can be adjusted accordingly.

3. Home Remedies
. Before meals: take amla murabba or mint.
. With meals: 1 coiled piece of ginger with rock salt.
. After meals: 1 tablespoon of brandy mixed with plain water.
. Prepare dough mixed with flour plus grape juice add a pinch of rock salt and make chappatis.

4. Medicines:
. To neutralize stomach acid: 499/- .
. To correct digestive acid balance and reduces and heals erosions and breaks down complex food to easily absorbable micronutrients:. 480/-.
. Antioxidant and useful in relieving stress and anxiety related with acidity and treats indigestion: 500/-
. To improve digestion, appetite, and provide relief in stomachache, dyspepsia, gaseous discomfort, heaviness in abdomen, flatulence: 600/- (liquid form)

Total: 2079/-
Courier charges will be calculated at the time of packaging. If you are comfortable I can share my bank details.

Dr. Munish
Naimittika
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Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. LAKSHMI
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Follow up: Dr. Munish Sood (9 hours later)
Thank you doctor for your wonderful suggestion, i will let you know in couple of days.
doctor
Answered by Dr. Munish Sood (8 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Stay in touch

Detailed Answer:
Dear
Thanks for reverting back.

I will be waiting to address you future concern(s).

Dr. Munish
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Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Kampana
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Hi Doctor, I Am Having Intermittent Stomach Pain In Every

Brief Answer: Further necessary information Detailed Answer: Dear Thanks for contacting with your health concern and after reviewing your health query I am of the following opinion: 1. Report shows gastritis with positive RUT which means causative agent is H.pylori and is treatable for which you have been prescribed course of antibiotics for the same. PS. Do let me know, if you have started with the same and how much days are left. 2. Is/are there any associated (causative/ aggravating) factors for the same, like - excess intake of alcohol or smoking. - abuse of pain killers. - undue emotional/mental stress. - intake of spicy-fatty food/carbonated drinks. 3. The condition is treatable with Ayurveda, along with dietary and seasonal regime.Do let me know when you want to start with the management. Dr. Munish Consultant Physician Naimittika direct online link: bit.ly/drmunishsood