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Hydrosil Tablet For Gastric
Pain above chest on the right side which extends to the back... Have a history of gastric problem but tablets make it normal... Pain more than 1 day?
Capsule & pills: Well, bypass patients should open capsules and crush pills so in theory, if that is done, the absorption should be about the same. ...Read more
If I take iron tablet (sangobion), can I take gastric medicine (omezole 20 omeprazole capsule 20mg). Thanks?
Interaction: Taking Omeprazole decreases the amount of acid in your stomach and will reduce the amount of iron you absorb from the sangobion. Http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/19262546. ...Read more
I take a rabeprazole 20 mg tablet each morning in empty stomach for last 10 years for gastric & acidity problem. Is it okay?
Should be OK.: It's generally presumed that medications like Rabeprazole are safe to use regularly in the long term. ...Read more
I'm having blood in my stool. I have peptic and gastric ulcers caused by a pill overdose in 2010. Any home remedies for this? I
Can gastric bypass surgery be reversible after meeting the appropriate weight to prevent malnutrition? Or it's enough to have one pill include all vit?
I know gastric bypass surgery is a great weight loss tool, but can patients take diet pill to help speed things up?
Should not: One thing at a time and follow instructions! ...Read more
Poor emptying: The stomach (gastric) emptys its contents into the duodenum, and this area may be narrowed due to scarring (peptic ulcer), congenital problems. The stomach wall should be able to squeeze the contents into the duodenum, but sometimes the stomach just lies there (gastoparesis) as seen in diabetes. The result is poor emptying of the stomach contents: gastric stasis. ...Read more
Gastric = stomach: By "gastric" your question centers on diseases of the stomach of which there are many. These can be categorized as: problems with inflammation (e.g. Ulcers), with infection (e.g. H.Pylori or parasites), with motility (examples: gastroparesis, gastric outlet obstruction), with secretion (hyper or hypo-acidity), infiltrative (lymphoma, cancer), blood flow (gastropathies), functional dyspepsias, etc. ...Read more
Stomach: This refers to something that is related to the stomach. ...Read more
Gastric problem: Please send more detailed information so we can help you with your problem. ...Read more
Gastric = stomach: Please clarify what you mean by"severe gastric problems" so we can better assist. Tell us your symptoms, what medications tried, what test results please. ...Read more
What are you asking?: What are you experiencing that suggests "mal"-digestion is present? You question will be better answered if we can hear from you: 1) your bowel habits (have these changed)? ; 2) food intolerances noted; 3) unwanted weight loss/gain? ; 4) co-morbidties (are you diabetic, on medications that alter digestion)? ; 5) appetite/fullness; 6) bleeding; 7) symptoms that cause you to feel digestion is impaired? ...Read more
Need more detail: I can't tell what you mean by a severe gastric problem. If you could give us more detail either by a question here, or even better by a consult at Healthtap prime, we would be able to better assist you. Hope you are well. Good luck. ...Read more
Stomach: The term "gastric" refers to your stomach and in and of itself is not a problem. Good luck! ...Read more
Gastric trouble: Is a very broad statement. Can you give us more specific symptoms? You may need something simple or you may need a work up by a GI doc. Peace and good health. ...Read more