Frequently Asked Questions
Do you need to remove the gall bladder for gall bladder stones?
Without surgery, can you live with a hernia?
The treatment is the removal of gall bladder along with the stones.
How do you know that you don't have appendicitis?
If you're not bothered by your hernia, you can most probably wait for surgery. It may make your hernia worse, but it may not. Over time, as the muscle wall of the belly gets weaker and more tissue bulges out, hernias begin to get bigger. In certain cases, there is never a need to repair minor, painless hernias.
How long does a stomach ulcer take to heal?
Gas pain can feel like knots in your stomach. You might also have the feeling of gas moving into your intestine. Gas pain can be felt anywhere in the abdomen, unlike appendicitis, which tends to cause pain localized on the lower right side of the abdomen.
What is the quickest way for acidity to be cured?
It takes up to two or three months for uncomplicated gastric ulcers to heal fully. It takes about six weeks for duodenal ulcers to be healed. Without antibiotics, an ulcer will temporarily heal. But if bacteria are not destroyed, it is normal for an ulcer to recur, or for another ulcer to form nearby.
Boil some mint leaves in water and after meals, have a glass of it. - Another effective remedy is sucking on a slice of clove. - It is all known that jaggery, lemon, banana, almonds and yogurt give you immediate relief from acidity. Smoking and drinking excessively can increase acidity, so cut back.