Providac Capsules For Burning Sensation

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my mother has burning sensation in stomach can she take providac for the same

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pandu Says:

i having a pain in the right side of my stomech i.e abdominal side and when ever the pain starts i feel like going to the motion but after a few seconds the pain stops recently i have consulted a doctor and he has given me providac , rabium 20 and a digestion syrup and the reports say that i have problem with the eritum bowl so pls suggest me on this problem

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abdul rasheed Says:

lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidobacterium capsules,
10 Capsules

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R Nair Says:

1) Early morning after you get up from bed (without even brushing your teeth) drink 1.50 litres of water i.e., 5 to 6 glasses. Better to pre-measure 1.50 litres of water. Let us all know that our ancestors termed this therapy as "Usha Paana Chikitsa". You may wash your face thereafter.
2) Here it is very essential to note that nothing else ? neither drinks nor solid food of any sort - should be taken within 1 hour before and after drinking this 1.50 litres of water.
3) It is also to be strictly observed that no Alcoholic drinks should be taken the previous night.
4) If required, boiled and filtered water may be used for this purpose. Is it possible to drink 1.50 litres of water at one time? To begin with, one may find it difficult to drink 1.50 litres of water at one time, but one will get used to it gradually. Initially, while practicing you may drink four glasses first and the balance two glasses after a gap of two minutes. Initially you may find the necessity to urinate 2 to 3 times within an hour, but it will become normal after
sometime. I am telling this from my experience. I had also burning sensation in the stomach and acidity problems, etc. Now I do not have any problems. If you cannot take 1.5 litres of water, take 2-3 glasses.

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R Nair Says:

Providac capusles is to be taken before food or after food? Can anybody elighten me?

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mayank Says:

dear r nair, itz to be taken after dinner

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rohith Says:

Very informative.. thaks

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parvathi Says:

The therapy is also called water or hydro therapy. a paper has been released by Japan's long back. To get a good effect of this process light jogging is recommended. This cleanses villae ( hair like structure which absorbs digested food in the large intestine).

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Swati Says:
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Can somebody please guide me if i can take providac and librax capsules together. I am suffering from intestinal colic and the doctor has reccommended me these medicines.

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sumit kumar Says:
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I m suffring from high acidity and heavy gastric after any foods and burning sensation in the stomach all time I m afraid of taking food . Whenever I take foods the hevy gas start in stomach and kind of pain & preseure in my stomach , that I have to vomiting by putting fingure in my mout , then only I m some ehat feel relived , this practic day by days I v reduce by 10 kilos I hve to admit at hospital. Pls. Help me to guide.

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mamatha Says:

please consult the gastic doctor immediatly , if you delay it will be danger, with exp am telling. Drink butter milk more, and do some yogas for gstric, after food sit in vajraasan, then the gas will come out

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Dilip Kumar Roy Says:

As I am recently taking this medicine- according to my physician's instruction it should be taken30 minutes before breakfast/ meal 1+0+1

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