I had nausea a year and a half ago. At that time, I could not eat and was given IV therapy along with antacid. Immediately felt better and I left the ER. I had a colonoscopy about a year ago and it was fine. Doctor did not do any other test and said I had gastritis from alcohol. He gave me some nausea medicine. Recently, I went to my doctor with symptoms of bloating gas, belching, lower abdominal cramping and nausea. I had been drinking pretty heavily for the past five months. I have not been vomiting nor had any blood in my stools. It has been two weeks since I consulted him and I am still belching, having cramps in upper groin area, and burping. My appetite is fine. I have not drunk for17 days now. I am taking Zoloft. What is your suggestion? Please help.
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1. Complete blood count (CBC).
2. Liver function test (LFT).
3. Upper gastrointestinal (UGI) endoscopies and amylase and lipase test.
Dyspepsia (impaired digestion).Treatment plan:
1. Take tablet Pantocid DSR (combination of Pantoprazole sodium and Domperidone) one tablet once daily before food for a month.
2. Tablet Normaxin (Chlordiazepoxide and Clidinium bromide) one tablet twice daily after food for a month.
3. Tablet Rifagut (Rifaximin) 200 mg one tablet twice daily after food for 15 days.
1. Avoid alcohol, fasting and spicy food.
2. Take small and frequent meals.
3. Avoid cabbage, cauliflower, milk and tea.
Revert back after the investigation to a medical gastroenterologist online.---> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/medical-gastroenterologist
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