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How I cure a stomach ache?

Must Diagnose First. I'm afraid that we are unable to treat what we haven't diagnosed. There are many different causes of abdominal pain, each with different ways to treat. If your pain is persistent, severe, associated w/high fever+/-vomiting, you should seek hands-on medical attention. We can then sort out the cause and get you well. Good luck. Read more...

How can I cure a stomach ache quickly?

Depends on cause. Many stomach aches will get better on their own with time. Gas pain, gallstone pain, reflux etc may last for 20 min to a couple hours and then resolve. Acid diseases (gastritis, gerd, ) may be temporarily relieved by Tums (calcium carbonate) etc. Any stomach ache that lasts longer than 3-4 hours or doesn't resolve with over the counter meds should be evaluated by your md. Read more...

How can I cure a stomach ache without medicine?

Time . Most will resolve with time. Depends on what type of stomach ache you have. Fiber (a medicine) will help with constipation, bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) (a medicine) will help with acid reflux. Anything you take to feel better is a medicine. See merriam-webster: "medicine: a substance or preparation used in treating disease". Read more...

How do you cure a stomach ache with folk medicine?

Seriously? It's impossible to give advice based on your limited information--what has been tried, where does it hurt, what are the accompanying symptoms? Persistent abdominal discomfort can originate from the large &/or small intestine, stomach, gallbladder, pancreas, liver, female organs, muscles or hernia of the abdominal wall, bladder, etc. Need examination & testing with a diagnosis for correct cure. Read more...

What are doctors' recommendations to cure a stomach ache?

Need the reason. Gastritis uses zantc, pepcid, (famotidine) Tums etc. Gallstones requires less fat diet and then surgery. If allergies to some foods, avoid them. If had taken antibiotics lately consider yougurt with probiotics. If persists see a doctor. Read more...