Dr Kadwa Please Help My Sister with GastritisSir,
My 23 years old sister has gas problem from quite a long time. Unfortunately gas also cause her headache, nausea and eventually repeated vomiting in some case.
I want to mention some medical history. She suffered from jaundice in August 2014. Earlier in February 2015, she had vomiting problem so extreme that we admitted her to hospital. The doctor said gastritis is the issue.
She was discharged in 2 days but after that still suffered from little stomach ache and nausea. When we consulted that doctor again, he recommended ultrasound.
The ultrasound revealed that she had 14 mm stone in her gallbladder. She also had kidney stone (relatively small). After that we took her to our family doctor who also happens to be laproscopic surgeon. He recommended surgery but since she had exams, we delayed it.
In between gas problems continued and only once it reached to the extreme level of vomiting. My uncle recommended her Silicea 30x (Biochemic) for some days. He think its her constitution medicine.
In June She decided to have surgery for gallstone. We took her to our doctor who decided to conduct a ultrasound. The fresh ultrasound showed no stone in gall bladder.
He called another radiologist doctor to conduct the ultrasound. She did the ultrasound twice but no stone was traced. She only concluded the problem of gastritis. After that our doctor asked us to go to a reputed center for ultrasound. Even there nothing was traced. On all occasions, full abdomenem ultrasound was done. The report was normal.
The doctor concluded that either the stone has flushed or there was no gallstone. We trust the doctor but still took another opinion. The other doctor said that her gallbladder was swelled due to gas and doctor mistook it for stone.
At that time, which is nearly one year ago, my sister was told that she has gastritis and therefore she should take precautions.
However, my sister has been taking precautions ever since jaundice. She don't eat street food. Only home cooked food in little oil. She avoids fried items, spicy items. Only eat light food. Even her rotis have no ghee.
She takes light meals. Eats every couple of hours to avoid the gas problem. However she continues to suffer from gas.
She has gas almost every day especially after evening and upon waking up after a nap/sleep.
Sometimes, her gas problem turns worse with headache and repeated vomiting. She would throw up like 12 times during the night.
Some of the food that is causing her problem includes aarhar daal, muskmelon, mango and even ice cream.
Even normal food troubles her.
She has taken various medicines for gas problem including Silicea 200c and 1m, Carbo Veg 30C, Arsenic Album, Lycopodium 30 and 200c, Pulsatilla etc. These medicines were prescribed by doctor.
I also gave her Nat Phos 12x after each meal which gave her some relief. But problem is not solved.
I also want to add that her gas problem are not new. Even when she was in school and college, she would throw up in the morning due to gas. Headache and gas was quite normal but never so extreme like today.
My uncle thinks that Silicea is her constitutional medicine because of signs like sweating on the head, feet. She is scared of interviews etc. She is not a social person. Sometimes she feels as if bed is shaking. It wakes her up even in the middle of the night. When she is nervous, it triggers gas problem.
Another problem she suffers from is sleep paralysis. She would woke up in a condition where she is unable to breath and speak.
She is 24 years old, graduated with B.Tech. Her height is 5 feet 2 inch. Weight is 54 KG.
[message edited by mayankgates on Mon, 30 May 2016 13:51:43 UTC]
♥ mayankgates on 2016-05-30
[message edited by kadwa on Thu, 02 Jun 2016 07:27:15 UTC]
♡ kadwa 6 years ago
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