Burning Sensation In Stomach

Burning sensation in the stomach can occur commonly due to GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) and indigestion. Gastritis, H.pylori infection, and irritable bowel syndrome are other diseases that cause a burning sensation in the stomach. Indigestion is also dyspepsia, causing discomfort in the stomach due to a burning sensation. Taking antibiotics helps a lot, and certain home remedies can be followed to reduce the burning sensation in the stomach.

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Please suggest a diet chart to help with my acidity and GERD.

Query: Hello doctor, I had lower back pain and UTI last year for which I was prescribed antibiotics, and also I had a blood infection for which again I was given heavy antibiotics. I have burning in the stomach and severe acidity. So I request you to make a diet chart for me. I am suffering from acidity, ...  Read Full »


Subharanjini Ramesh

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. If your sugars are normal now without medications, you need to follow a diabetic diet chart as your weight is on the higher side. You are overweight by 20 kg. Diet chart: Morning: sugarless tea. Totally avoid on coffee. Tea also should not be overboiled and have ...  Read Full »

What foods to avoid for acidity problems and belly fat reduction?

Query: Hi doctor, I consume the required calories, but I still crave for many foods. My stomach also hurts even when I drink water, so I always lose track of my caloric intake diet. When I eat a complete course every dinner, I wait for one to two hours before I sleep, but when I do, my upper stomach hurts...  Read Full »


Subharanjini Ramesh

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Your weight is normal for your height. You can eat a normal diet. Just control your fat intake. Go for a bland diet initially for few days till the pain subsides, and later you can switch to a regular diet. It will control your acidity problem. Water should not cause an...  Read Full »

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