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I am 22 year old male recently diagnosed with celiac disease (gluten-sensitive). I would like to know which foods I should avoid.

Hi, Celiac Disease is an autoimmune disorder induced by ingestion of gluten, present in wheat, rye and barley. A lifelong exclusion of gluten from the diet is a must. Cereals permitted are rice, makka-ka-atta, chana-flour (besan), sago, bajra, jowar, soyabean, katoo-ka-atta, singhara-ka atta, arrowroot powder, gluten-free atta/biscuits. Cereals to be avoided are wheat flour, refined wheat flour, wheat semolina, rye, barley, dalia, wheat flakes, oats, breadcrumbs, seviyan (vermicelli) T ...

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GERD. It has been on and off since 2008. The condition worsened last month in Jan 2013 and I could hardly swallow any solid food. It just gets stuck in the throat and feel like I am choking till I push the food down with water. Liquids and semi solid foods are ok. The doctors did Nasal Endoscopy, Normal Gastro Endoscopy, Esopheagal Manometry, Barium Swallow X-Ray and all tests came up normal. I was told the swallowing problem is primarily related to GERD and I was advised Cintapro 1 mg tablet for 1 month. So far as I take the tablet, I am able to take in selected solid foods fine, but not all foods. If I do not take this tablet for one day, the problem recurrs back. Question 1: How long will this motility disorder be related to GERD ? Question 2: Are there any side effects of taking this Cintapro 1 mg to help in motility on a long term basis (Say if I need to take this for some more time) Questionj 3: Are there any other tests that will show the proper reason for this motility disorder of the esophaegus (Apart from Esopheagal Manometry, Gastro Endoscopy, Barium Swallow X-Ray) etc.

GERD will persist but the effect can be decreased by life style modification like good brisk walk for 40 mins, avoiding fat, consuming more curd and buttermilk rather than milk and keeping a gap of 2 hrs between food and sleep. Cintpro is by and large relatively safe drug for long term use till now. We need to see the reports of existing tests before we proceed with further tests Stress has significant role in symptoms so please be relaxed. ...

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Hi My name is Priya and i am a software professional. I am very thin . I eat regularly and good nutritious food. Rarely i take junk foods. But there is no sign of my weight increasing. What can be done to gain weight?

Hi, The easiest way to gain weight is to add calories to your diet. For every kg of weight gain you will have to add about 1500-2000 calories to your diet. Your diet must include at least three basic meals, and two snack meals, which should include high calorie diet, shakes, ice cream, butter, oil, cheese, dense potato, spreads and bread. If you are not gaining weight even after increasing your diet, then you should have a medical check up done to investigate the root cause.as there are many c ...

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I am healthy.problem is with my nerve which is attached to forehead of panis in the down side. When i am doing sex and try yo insert full panis in vagina then it's have little pain. I looked and find it has little yellow stuff inside the nerve. As normal , it's not paining even i touch or press or little stretched the skin from forehead but when i do enough stretched its little pain. Still i can do sex with little pain when fully insert. Please advice medicine name so i can take.

Hi, I don't think it should be some thing serious and usually there should be nothing like what you are describing, and it is actually very difficult to say without having a look at it.(you may upload a photo) Do you have any kind of discharge from penis do you have any pain Is there any burning micturition If you have any of the above symptoms then kindly visit a doctor( genral surgeon) nearby. ...

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