i 'm 19 years female, since 2-3 years i m getting severe burning sensation in my stomach, rapidly every day, when i visits the doctor they say me its due to ur improper diet and due to consuming common spices like tamarind, chillies, chutneys, pickles, and other regular spices..,when i have the medicine for a day, then the pain reduces and dissappears in a few days, and with in a couple of weaks, i feel the burning sensation slowly increasing and it becomes the same worse position of mine, i had all the check ups and tests, its all normal, but i do not know how to kill this disease forever.
did the doctors give you a h. ploryi test? (I think I spelled that wrong..) checking for ulcer? What you could try is go to the store and get some antacid and see if that improves *short term* (not a long term answer) and if it does then I'd go back to the doctor and throw a book at him or a garbage can, pick up a weight scale and throw that at him too.
Could be a simple ulcer.. if the test is negative you could go on a trial of nexium or something like that for 4-6 weeks. Anyway just some ideas.
Hi, I have burning in my stomach also.. had the endonscopy, blood work, ult sound.. all fine. It burns with almost anything I eat.. Has stopped my life for the past 3 months since it starts, .. WAas a very healthy 44 year old female, till 3 months ago.. What can it be.. I have tried various foods/diets.. but always get the gut burn , around my ribs and a bit lower.. Help
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