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1 year ago
Can I take Paracetamol for stomach pain?
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1 year ago
No, Paracetamol should not be taken for stomach pain. You must consult your physician for this. The stomach pain could be due to some underlying condition, which needs attention.
The information given above is for Paracetamol which is the active ingredient of Paracetamol.
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1 year ago
Does kidney stone cause stomach pain
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1 year ago
Yes. It can cause pain in the lower abdomen.
The information given above is for Kidney Stone which is the active ingredient of Kidney Stone.
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1 year ago
Can acidity be associated with chest pain, back pain, or stomach pain?
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1 year ago
Yes, acidity due to gastroesophageal reflux disease, i.e., reflux of acid content from stomach to esophagus may present with chest pain (behind the breastbone), back pain or stomach pain. This feels like a burning sensation or tightness of chest. Acid regurgitation or back flow of acids is the main cause of such pain.
The information given above is for Acidity which is the active ingredient of Acidity.
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1 year ago
Is celery helpful in stomach ulcer?
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1 year ago
Celery leaves contain a special type of ethanol extract that protects the lining of the digestive tract. It also nourishes the stomach, colon and intestines due to the presence of flavonoids, tannins and alkaloids that control the level of gastric acid. Ways to use: Prepare a green salad by combining a quarter cabbage, 3 celery stalks, and 1 cucumber in a large bowl. Separately whisk 2 tsp. olive oil, lemon juice, salt, pinch sugar, black pepper in a bowl. Spoon this dressing over the cabbage salad.
The information given above is for Stomach Ulcers which is the active ingredient of Stomach Ulcers.
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1 year ago
Why chest pain occurs after drinking alcohol?
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1 year ago
Drinking heavy amount of alcohol can cause irritation of your stomach line. This can increase your acid reflux symptoms leading to chest pain.
The information given above is for Chest Pain (Angina) which is the active ingredient of Chest Pain (Angina).
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1 year ago
Are back pain and chest pain related?
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1 year ago
Both back pain and chest pain can have some underlying cause that is to be evaluated by your physician. When there is severe chest pain which is radiating to the back, it usually occurs in diseases of heart like angina or heart attack.
The information given above is for Chest Pain (Angina) which is the active ingredient of Chest Pain (Angina).
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1 year ago
Can I take Codeine for flu/headache/toothache/cold/back pain/tonsillitis/migraine/menstrual cramps/stomach pain?
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1 year ago
Codeine is specifically used for the treatment of mild to moderate pain, diarrhea, cough, irritable bowel syndrome. Patients should follow the advice of the doctor regarding its use
The information given above is for Codeine which is the active ingredient of Codeine.
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1 year ago
Which arm hurts with chest pain?
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1 year ago
You can get chest pain in any arm. Chest pain of heart attack usually radiates to the left arm, but can also radiate to right arm, back, shoulder, jaw, or neck. Hence, it is of utmost important to evaluate the cause of chest pain for proper treatment.
The information given above is for Chest Pain (Angina) which is the active ingredient of Chest Pain (Angina).
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1 year ago
Why does angina pain radiate?
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1 year ago
Anginal pain arises as a result of reduced blood supply to the heart. Due to same nerve supply of the heart and some structures in the body like jaws, neck, shoulder, and arms, anginal pain can be felt in these areas also.
The information given above is for Chest Pain (Angina) which is the active ingredient of Chest Pain (Angina).
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1 year ago
Why chest pain after smoking?
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1 year ago
Nicotine, which is present in cigarettes, reduces oxygen supply to the heart leading to chest pain. Nicotine also increases chances of formation of blood clots which in turn leads to increased risk of heart attack and stroke.
The information given above is for Chest Pain (Angina) which is the active ingredient of Chest Pain (Angina).
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1 year ago
Does chest pain occur after taking Vitamin C?
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1 year ago
Taking lower dose of Vitamin C is usually safe. After taking larger doses, i.e., more than 1000 mg, some people may experience heartburn or pain in the lower chest along with cramps in the stomach. Doses higher than 2000 mg must be avoided.
The information given above is for Chest Pain (Angina) which is the active ingredient of Chest Pain (Angina).
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1 year ago
Why chest pain occur before period?
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1 year ago
Chest pain before period can be due to hormonal imbalance affecting the contractility of blood vessels of the heart. The exact reason is unclear. Hence, any type of chest pain should be evaluated and treated according to the cause.
The information given above is for Chest Pain (Angina) which is the active ingredient of Chest Pain (Angina).
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