Medical Advice on "Surgical gastroenterology"

Dr. Anshul  Varshney
Hi, Welcome to According to my knowledge, abdomen pain that radiates to back needs to be evaluated for gall bladder as well as for problems in regard to pancreatitis. If your ultrasound scan performed previously showed the results are ... View thread »

Dr. Parth R Goswami
Hello, Welcome to You can have a functional indigestion problem and so gas problem. Kindly mention any other clinical complaint if present to guide you further. You can be prescribed Gelusil or Alcid MPS like syrup to solve your gas ... View thread »

Dr. Bhavin Bhupendra Vasavada
Hello, Welcome to In addition to stool softeners, apply Xylocaine jelly 2 percent in the perianal area two times a day and also before and after passing stools. Take a tubful of lukewarm water and sit in it two times a day. That will ... View thread »

Dr. Sadaf  Mustafa
Hello. Welcome to Iron in Irozorb can make the stools black or it may be happening due to gastritis or stomach ulcers. It is the iron that oxidizes and give black color, but it seems like you are taking these medications since four ... View thread »

Dr. Aastha  Midha  Likhyani
Hello, Welcome to I suggest the following: Tablet Ondem MD (Ondansetron) 4 mg twice a day, for a month. Tablet Rablet L (a combination of Rabeprazole and levosulpiride) twice a day, for a month. ORS (oral rehydrating solution) up to two ... View thread »

Dr. Madhankumar
Hi, Welcome to The cause for heartburn is due to the acid from the stomach entering into the esophagus through the lower esophageal sphincter. Other than swallowing times this sphincter is closed and prevents the acid from entering the ... View thread »

Dr. Arvind  Guru
Hi, Welcome to It is very tempting to treat gallbladder stones with dissolving drugs, but there are some very important limitations, which are as follows. Those drugs require up to two years of treatment. They do not prevent the ... View thread »

Dr. Happykumar  Kagathara
Hello, Welcome to Episode of pain and itching suggest healing phase of the fissure. This time pain is because of slight narrowing of the anal canal at the fissure site due to the replacement of normal tissue with fibrous tissue. You ... View thread »

Dr. E Venkata Ramana
Hi, Welcome to GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) can be treated effectively with medications like omeprazole, pantoprazole, and with combination of prokinetic drugs like domperidone. In addition to drugs, the modification of life ... View thread »

Dr. Noushif   M
Hello, Welcome to You have severe pharyngitis (inflammation of the throat). It is highly possible due to the reflux of acid from the stomach. You need to take some precautions: Avoid food items like spicy foods, excess coffee, ... View thread »