I am 26 years old and suffering from bronchitis, asthma, piles, and hyperacidity at the same time. What should I do? Which doctor should I consult?
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For piles, Cremaffin syrup can be prescribed for a week. Avoid straining while passing stool. Take low spicy foods. For pain and inflammation relief, a non-steroid anti-inflammatory drug can be prescribed. Anal water sitz bath can be beneficial.
For hyperacidity, Rabeprazole 20 mg OD for a week can be prescribed. Avoid gastric irritants like excess spicy foods, excess tea, and coffee, etc. Cooked oatmeal help in soothing the stomach.
For asthma, spirometry should be done to assess the severity and further management plan. If repeated asthma attack occurs, then bronchodilator inhaler can be prescribed. Take care.
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