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ACIDIC STOMACH/DYSPEPSIA/HYPER ACIDITY/STOMACH PROBLEMS
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sunild1204 posted:
I have resolved this complex issue. please read here:

http://sunild1204.wordpress.com/2011/04/09/acidic-stomachdyspepsiahyper-aciditystomach-problems/


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cosmic_zenith001 responded:
Thank you Mr. Sunil for all your assistance......
My mother is also a sufferer of GERD-related symptoms.....like you, her gastroendoscopy also revealed no ULCER but HYperchlorhydric states of stomach.......

She panics easily and perhaps therefore frequently experiences Stomach / abdominal cramps........for which sometimes her specialist prescribes smooth-muscle relaxants......

Anyway, I'm sure your story will benefit all those are looking for a solution to this iSsue. THANK YOU SIR!
 
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sunild1204 replied to cosmic_zenith001's response:
Thanks for reply.
YEs, You mother must first control these panic attacks and then follow Boil food/Cold milk diet as i wrote in blog and i can say that she will recover in around 2 months.
These panic attacks are the root cause, and must be stopped first. since they affect the stomach area in your mothers case (as was mine too) , she must stop getting anxious and panic to start with first.
If I can recover so can your mother too..
Good luck


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