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Dr. Shashi Bhushan Pandey is a renowned and experienced General Physician in Patna. He is energetic, up to date, and practices ethical medicine. He graduated from IGIMS Patna. A dedicated compassionate

How do doctors treat GER and GERD?

Your doctor may recommend that you make lifestyle changes, take medication to manage the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GER) or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and in some cases doctors may even recommend surgery.

Changes in way of life

  1. Modifying your lifestyle may help you feel better. Your physician might advise
  2. if you have obesity or are overweight, decreasing weight
  3. inclining your body and lifting your head off the bed while you sleep by putting a foam wedge or additional pillows beneath your head and upper back. 6–8 inches
  4. giving up smoking If you smoke, click here
  5. modifying your diet and eating routine
  6. surgery and other therapeutic interventions


If you want to quit taking long-term GERD medications to manage symptoms or if your GERD symptoms don’t get better with lifestyle modifications and medications, then your doctor may advise surgery. Complications from surgery are more likely to occur than from medications.

Fundoplication. The most popular GERD procedure is called a fundoplication. The majority of the time, it causes long-term relief from GERD symptoms. In order to increase pressure on the lower esophageal sphincter and aid in the prevention of reflux, a surgeon sews the top of your stomach around the end of your oesophagus during the procedure.

Bariatric surgery : Your doctor might advise weight-loss surgery, also known as bariatric surgery, most frequently gastric bypass surgery, if you have GERD and are obese. You can reduce GERD symptoms and lose weight with bariatric surgery.

Endoscopy. In a tiny number of situations, doctors may advise treatments for GERD that involve endoscopy. Doctors place an endoscope—a little, flexible tube with a light and camera—through your mouth and into your oesophagus to perform an endoscopy. Endoscopic techniques may be used by doctors to apply radiofrequency radiation to the lower esophageal sphincter or to sew the top of your stomach around the sphincter. These procedures aren’t frequently used by doctors.

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Bloating What is it?

Bloating is a sensation of your stomach being overstuffed or strained.

When your digestive system’s organs are strained, it occurs. This might occur when:

Solids, liquids, or gases accumulate in a portion of your intestines.

Your abdominal muscles are weak, especially after giving birth.

What signs of bloating are present?

In addition to feeling bloated, you might also encounter

cramps burping diarrhoea constipation

bloating gas (farting/flatulence)

What are the causes of bloating?

There are numerous potential causes of bloating. Your digestive system may become gassy if you:

  • consume a lot of salty and starchy foods
  • When you eat quickly, you swallow a lot of air.
  • consume a lot of fizzy beverages
  • Regular bloating may result from a variety of issues, such as


Celiac illness

Food intolerance, including an intolerance to milk (lactose) and other foods like various fruits, Vegetables, and cereals (like wheat).

Hormones that can cause IBS, such as those that are present before a period or during Menopause

Infection with Helicobacter pylori

Certain medications weight gain stress

When should I visit my physician?

You should visit your doctor if your bloating does not improve. The cause of your bloating may be determined by the doctor. They are able to steer you to the greatest care in this way. They can also recommend other resources if you need them. This might entail going to a:


A gastroenterologist (a medical professional who examines issues with the intestines and digestive system)

In order to get relief from your bloating, you can also visit a doctor:

before your period while you are in menopause.

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What is Constipation?

Infrequent bowel motions or trouble passing stools (pooing) are both symptoms of constipation. It affects both adults and kids frequently.

Constipation can be uncomfortable and even painful on occasion. Usually, simple lifestyle adjustments can cure it. But occasionally there can be a deeper issue. So, if your constipation is severe or not improving, contact a doctor.

Symptoms of constipation include:

experiencing issues going to the toilet

not going to the toilet as frequently as usual

passing lumpy, hard stools while struggling to go to the toilet

passing a small amount at a time while experiencing blockage or the impression that your bowels are still not fully empty.

When should I visit my physician?

Constipation is frequently brought on by or caused by dietary and lifestyle choices. But occasionally there can be a deeper issue.

Constipation can occasionally be a symptom of an underlying illness, like colon cancer. Other symptoms are probably present in these circumstances. A recent change in bowel habits, weight loss, rectal bleeding or blood in the faces, as well as abdominal pain, cramping, or bloating, are examples of these.

Fatty Liver

The storing of excess fat in the liver results in the prevalent illness known as fatty liver disease. The majority of folks show no symptoms, and they don’t experience any major issues. However, it occasionally can result in liver damage. The good news is that lifestyle adjustments can frequently prevent or even correct fatty liver disease.

What exactly is fatty liver?

Steatosis, also known as fatty liver disease, is a common disorder brought on by an accumulation of too much fat in the liver. There is a modest amount of fat in a healthy liver. When fat amounts to 5% to 10% of your liver’s weight, it becomes an issue.

What leads to fatty liver?

Some patients get fatty liver disease completely out of the blue. However, the following risk factors increase your risk of getting it:

being overweight or obese.

having insulin resistance or Type 2 diabetes.

exhibiting symptoms of metabolic syndrome, including insulin resistance, hypertension, high cholesterol, and high triglycerides.

taking specific prescription drugs, such as steroids, tamoxifen, or amiodarone (Cordarone®, Cardizem®, and Nolvadex®).


What symptoms are present in fatty liver disease?

Until the condition advances to liver cirrhosis, people with fatty liver disease frequently don’t exhibit any symptoms. If you do experience symptoms, they might be:

Upper right side of the abdominal (belly) ache or a feeling of fullness.

nausea, appetite loss, or loss of weight.

Whites of the eyes and skin that are yellow (jaundice).

abdomen and leg swelling (edoema).

extreme exhaustion or bewilderment.


What is the treatment for fatty liver disease?

There is no specific treatment for fatty liver disease. Instead, clinicians concentrate on assisting you in managing the conditions’ contributing elements. Additionally, they advise making lifestyle adjustments that might greatly enhance your health. Treatment consists of:

  • avoiding drinking.
  • shedding pounds.
  • taking medicine to control blood fats (triglycerides, cholesterol, and diabetes).
  • taking vitamin E and thiazolidinediones, such as Actos® and Avandia®, when necessary to control diabetes.

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What is obesity

Obesity is a chronic, long-term health disease that gets worse over time. Excess bodily fat (adipose tissue) that could harm one’s health is what is referred to as obesity.

What signs and symptoms indicate obesity?

The symptoms of obesity are not well-defined. In order to diagnose obesity, a doctor may consider the following criteria:

greater than average visceral (abdominal) fat stores compared to other body regions

larger than 40 inches for males and 35 inches for women on the waista BMI of greater than 

Why does obesity occur?

Obesity can develop over time if you consume more calories than you expend via regular exercise and everyday activities. These excess calories accumulate over time and lead to weight growth.

However, losing weight isn’t always just a matter of counting calories or leading a sedentary lifestyle. Although those are real causes of obesity, some of them are out of your control.

The following are typical particular causes of obesity:

  • Genetics, which may have an impact on how your body converts food into energy and stores fat
  • ageing, which can result in less muscle mass and a slower metabolism, making it simpler to gain weight.
  • not getting enough sleep, which can result in hormonal changes that increase your appetite and make you seek particular high-calorie foods
  • excessive levels of stress may stimulate the release of hormones that encourage overeating and fat storage.
  • due to the possibility that weight acquired during pregnancy may be difficult to reduce and eventually result in obesity

How is(Obesity) overweight managed?

Medical assistance is available if you have obesity and would like to lose weight but have not been able to do so on your own. Start with your family doctor, who might be able to recommend you to a local weight expert.

As part of the team assisting you in losing weight, a doctor might also want to collaborate with you. A dietician, a therapist, or other medical personnel may be on that team.

Your physician will assist you in making the necessary lifestyle adjustments. On occasion, they might also suggest drugs or weight-loss surgery. Find out more about obesity therapy.

Doctors frequently advise behavioral and lifestyle modifications to help obese youngsters lose weight.