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10 Best Gastritis Treatment doctors in Jogeshwari East, Mumbai - Updated 2024

Dr. Ramesh Savla

Dr. Ramesh Savla

44 years of experience

MBBS

General Physician

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Dr. Deepak Desai

Dr. Deepak Desai

37 years of experience

LCEH MD - Alternate Medicine

General Physician

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Dr. Prashant Pandit

Dr. Prashant Pandit

35 years of experience

BAMS

Ayurveda

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Dr. Pradnya Gaitonde

Dr. Pradnya Gaitonde

24 years of experience

BAMS PG Diploma in Panchakarma

Ayurveda

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Dr. Shankar Savant

Dr. Shankar Savant

29 years of experience

MBBS

Gastroenterologist

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Dr. Shankar S. Savant

Dr. Shankar S. Savant

29 years of experience

MBBS

Gastroenterologist

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Dr. Ambardekar Shekhar Shriram

Dr. Ambardekar Shekhar Shriram

40 years of experience

MBBS DM - Cardiology

Cardiologist, Aortic Valve Surgeon

Girishekhar Clinic

Andheri East, Mumbai

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Next available - Thursday

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Dr. B. R. Ramesh Rao

Dr. B. R. Ramesh Rao

38 years of experience

MBBS MD - General Medicine DNB - Nephrology

Nephrologist/Renal Specialist, General Physician, Nephrologist

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Dr. Prabha Acharya

Dr. Prabha Acharya

34 years of experience

BHMS MD - Homeopathy Diploma of Trichology Diploma of Skin Aesthetics

Cosmetologist, Trichologist, Homoeopath

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Dr. Bhavesh Acharya

Dr. Bhavesh Acharya

34 years of experience

BHMS MD - Homeopathy

Sexologist, Homoeopath

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Questions & Answers on "Gastritis Treatment" (505)

I’ve had constipation for six months and I have been using dulcolax every week to help, however this week when I used my dose, I felt nauseous and didn’t feel my normal budge in stool. I suspect I have impacted stool or some sort of blockage. I tried 2 enemas however after using them (lying on my left, inserting it for 5 minutes and staying still) it didn’t work. My main question is If I’m having impacted stool should I take miralax powder , dulcolax pills, or suppositaries, or a third enema Or book a colonic treatment? thank you

Male | 17

If you feel sick after taking Dulcolax you may need to try a different method. When stool is impacted it means that the poo has become stuck and will not come out very easily. Use Miralax powder which can help to soften it. You can mix it with a drink and take it according to the instructions on the packet. Make sure you also drink lots of water. If there is no change when using Miralax then you should speak to a healthcare professional for further advice.

Answered on 7th June '24

Dr. Samrat Jankar

Dr. Samrat Jankar

I am suffering from fast heartbeat and with abdomen doscomfort and am unabke to gain weight

Female | 23

It seems like you may have hyperthyroidism. This occurs when your thyroid is too active which results in rapid heartbeats and discomfort in the abdomen. Additionally, it can be difficult for you to gain weight. Treatment may involve taking medications or undergoing other therapies that can help regulate the levels of your thyroid hormones. Therefore, you need to see a doctor so that they can diagnose and treat it properly.

Answered on 7th June '24

Dr. Samrat Jankar

Dr. Samrat Jankar

's burning me from the inside out. What can I take? I tried baking soda but I use 2tbs instead of half a teaspoon and have been having extreme burning and pain in my body and rectum for a year it's getting worse. I eat a strict diet and I work etc so in general after I eat it or when I wake up it's on fire supplements I take charcoal tablets because I have constipation so I feel like because my bowls are t emptying the toxins are causing inflammation to flare up. I take a leaky gut powder, creatine, anxiety medication the generic version of Lexapro 10 mg a mood stabilizer 150 mg, and propanol as needed. Recently my doctor put me on omeprazole. I take mushrooms turmeric

Female | 29

It seems you may have severe acid reflux if your doctor gave you a prescription for omeprazole. Your symptoms can get worse if you take too much baking soda. The burning feeling means there could be too much acid in your stomach and esophagus. Always take all drugs and supplements according to the instructions on the label. Also, remember to write down what you eat and how it makes you feel then raise any questions with your doctor.

Answered on 7th June '24

Dr. Samrat Jankar

Dr. Samrat Jankar

I have stomach pain and visit doctor and take medicine but I can't feel better

Female | 23

Different things such as indigestion, gastritis, or infections can cause stomach pains. When you go back to your doctor this time you let the doctor know that what they gave you last time did not work. The doctor might need to run more tests so they can find out what’s happening and give you something that’ll make you feel better.

Answered on 6th June '24

Dr. Samrat Jankar

Dr. Samrat Jankar

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