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can anyoneTell the name of these two drug used in stomach problem

sir plz tell me the name of thee two drug in the uploaded image

1. pain in Left side beside the navel
2. gurgling sound
3. cramping
4. sometime empty feeling in Left side of stomach
5.2 to 3 time stool with cramping pain every after 3 or 4 days
6. worst when eating some spicy food
7. offensive gas
8. indigestion

I m 27 years old male
[message edited by Nitesh Kamal on Tue, 18 Dec 2012 07:19:26 GMT]

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  Nitesh Kamal on 2012-12-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
first i found sulphur

but second drug name cant found
 
Nitesh Kamal 7 years ago
Hi,
You Are Great.
 
bapu4 7 years ago
As far as I gues it:

1> Sulpher
2> Psorinum
 
Mahfoozurrehman 7 years ago
dear mahfooz

i have chronic problem of

acute tonsils + pharyngitis

it always seem to like swelling

if we take
1. cold drink
2. curd
3. ice creams
4. if bath more than one times
5. in winter season

it feels like burning on the throat warm water or food give good relief.

i take ars alba 30 but not releived plz advise

i prescribe by the doctor he give me some dose of any homeopathic medicine after two dosage sneezing comes regularly &after that nasal discharge happen it will be recovered in one to two days

but i dont know the name of medicine & doctor is far away from my house

plz advise
 
Nitesh Kamal 7 years ago
plz reply mahfooz

plz reply
 
Nitesh Kamal 7 years ago

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