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Gaurav239, 14 September 2018 16:07

Dear Sir, My father aged 73 yrs is suffering from achalasia cardia since last 10 years, in this period he has undergone ballooning twice (last time it was done in the year 2009). The problem of swallowing food and even liquids in this period has been increased gradually. Now for last 2-3 years he has the tendency of having fever upto 100f, it starts from evening and remains till night, this happens for 2 to 3 months per year,we have got his all medical check ups done to know the reason of fever but nothing much have been shown up in the reports. Now, today we visited the doctor of the same reason of fever(this time the fever went uptill 104f) with the reports of check ups he prescribed few days back, the chest x Ray suggests that there is chest infection, the doctor says that there could be a reason that due to achalasia the food might go to to lungs when he vomits and that might be the cause of fever happening again and again, the doctor suggested for ballooning again or there is a new technique of putting a stunt, being my father so week, we as a family don't want him to go for more pain of ballooning. So, please Sir can you help us on this medical situation? Further for your information my father can't take dairy products as it makes his stomach lose.

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Achalasia cardia is a condition in which there is a lack of relaxation of lower oesophageal sphincter. In that case the peristaltic movement is delayed causing symptoms of inflammation like burning or vomiting. I shall suggest the basic medicines that will help to improve the downward movement of the digested food in the stomach. Please do have regular checkups and consider ballooning as a option when the medicines fail to respond.

Medicines like Gandharvahastadi Kwath - 15ml with 60ml of warm water before food twice daily, Dasamoola haritaki lehyam - 1tsp before food twice daily and Triphala churnam - 1tsp after food with warm water daily can be taken for a month and then reviewed.

Include berries, fiber, complex carbohydrates, yam, raisins, prunes, figs. Reduce excess meat, sugar, salt, refined flour and canned foods. Drink enough water and having good sleep will be beneficial. Yogasanas like Shavasana, Vajrasana, Padmasana, Pavanmuktasana, Trikonasana and Siddhasana are beneficial to improve the peristaltic movements.

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