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Forum Name: Gastroenterology Topics
Question: Stomach pain
|karen78 - Sat Sep 10, 2005 12:16 pm||
I am suffering stomach pain when I do not eat on time or when I eat too little than I should eat. I have not much appetide. I only have appetide to eat when I eat sour, hot and spicy food. I feel nausea after I take oily food. I can not eat too much, can not eat too little because it will make me suffer such pain. I will be ok after I lay on my belly on bed and fart later. Sometimes, I ate a lot as I still feel hungry and unable to feel full. Later, stomach started to feel so pain.
Is there anything wrong with my stomach?
Please help. Thanks
|Dr. L. Chu Go - Thu Sep 22, 2005 7:07 am||
you most likely are suffering from dyspepsia. the best medication for your condition is to eat on time. don't skip meals. avoid spicy, sour or high caffeine containing foods for 1 week.
if ever you have hunger pangs/attacks in between meals, you can eat finger foods/snacks (soda crackers or cookies,etc)
as for medications, you can take antacids (aluminum magnesium hydroxide) 30 minutes before meals (3x a day) and 1 before you go to bed for a duration of 2 weeks or more.
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