I'm having a strange burning sensation in my hands, and lags. it's more when i wake up in the morning and
Recently I was diagnosed with h pylori infection and was on 2 weeks treatment on antibiotics (triple therapy) and now 2 weeks on Prilosec.
I'm a 28 years healthy Asian male (Indian) , (BMI 22.3, 138 lbs weight and 5'6" height), non-smoker, non-drinker, non-diabetic, blood pressure, blood sugars and cholesterol levels are normal.
Can it be anything related to some neurology related or reaction of any of the medicine?
One month ago I had burning pain on my left side of chest and I took it for the stroke and I was examined for all cardiology tests (echocardiogram, EKG, chest X-ray, blood lab tests etc.) and all were normal .
My primary doctor has did urine test, test for digestive systems (live, pancreas etc.), for my blood sugar, cholesterol etc. and these are again normal, only blood test has shown h pylori infection and I was treated for it.
now on 2 to 3 weeks course of Prilosec 20 mg (initially twice daily for 1 week and once daily later on).
I had upper abdomen ultrasound and endoscopy last year when I had similar kind of problems and there was no ulcer and all my organs look normal (liver, kidneys, pancreas , gallbladder etc.).
I don't feel any thyroid related symptoms also though I was not tested for it.
Can acidity or gas create this kind of symptoms? Or can it be side effect of any of my medicines?
( i didn't have this kind of symptoms during my antibiotics course). I'm also taking Florastor (a probiotic) along with Prilosec)
Any help or suggestions are very much appreciated.
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