About Me: Male, 19, Kolkata, India, member since Feb 2010
From the age of two years I am suffering from gastritis. Upto my six years age I suffered frequently (at the interval of 2/3 months). Ultra -sonography and Upper GI endoscopy was also done on me.Nothing came out other than gastritis.After April of last year I was doing
[More] well for nearly nine months.But again my sufferings came back this month.Now I am suffering from severe stomach ache, specially in the night, and also vomiting. For last 3/4 days the colour of my stool is pertially whitish yellow and sometimes soft.I am taking Sucrafate on my Doc's advice. Will this medicine do or you suggest any other?
Just a quick note to say hi! I'm very impressed that a 7 year old has the intelligence you do to operate a computer and find this website. Have you looked into the types of foods you eat? I know I've had many problems because of certain foods I eat, and after changing my diet, find myself having less problems. Hope this helps.
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