Stomach Pain Treatment

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I've had stomach pain for 2 weeks.... It occurs all time.. What medicine should I refer to for pain relief? Help me plz.

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Rocky Says:
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My stomach pains regularly. But one or two months ago, it didn't pain much. But now after one or two days my stomach pains regularly. When it pains, I can't stay anywhere. It pains atlist for 5 minutes. Which medicine should I take?

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parashuram k. Says:
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I am parshuram from koppal karanataka India. I am suffering from stomach paine lost two years I met many doctor its not control please help me and advice which tablets refers me
thanks and regards
parashuram kalal
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Manoj Says:

In the morning to afternoon I have severe stomach pain and go to the bathroom often. I cannot seem to digest any food properly; even rice, chapati, cured, chaas, lassi. Please suggest an appropriate treatment option.

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Barnali Says:
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My 7 year old boy has consumed fried food as well as paneer, and lately he's been complaining about stomach pain. I gave him his digestive medicine, but after some time he did vomit. Now I have given him Emigo n Ranidom. Will it be beneficial for him? What is your advice? Regards.

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STM Says:

I have had a stomachache and diarrhea since last week. The blood reports and ultrasound were fine. The doctor has prescribed me Daraloc, Ornof and a probiotic. How much time does it take to recover since I still have mild stomach cramps?

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BENI Says:
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I'm feeling sick after passing stool. My head is starting to hurt and I feel cold anytime I have a bowel movement. What medicine can I use for treating stomach pain?

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Yvette Says:
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I'm looking for the name of a small white tablet indicated for use in treating stomach aches? It can be bought over the counter. Does anyone know what it might be called?

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