indigestion problem and no proper sleep.what should i do?

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dear sir/madam

After food consumption ,food remains undigested  and remains in chest up to 2 hours. the motion is not clear .the motion colour changes from day to day and motion is smelly .After 2 hours of sleep particularly night, the  gastric trouble starts and the food remains in the chest region itself. and thereafter no sleep. I take tablets of

1.rabeprazole sodium & itopride hydrochloride capsule(rablet it)

 2.chlordiazepoxide&clidinium bromide tablet(librax)

3.pancreatin IP(enzar forte)

Is it the symptoms of medicines or blood pressure or anything else?


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  • Posted

    the same thing happens to me! the food says stuck in my chest and it is so painful. do you know what causes the indigestion???
  • Posted

    I have a similar problem and can sometimes be awake all night then suddenly I start to feel better and eventually feel starving hungry. I would love to get an answer as I am currently frightened to eat almost anything.
    • Posted

      Hi you should see your Dr about it I had this 5 times over 6 months I thought it was indegestion but it was actually gall stones so do get checked.


  • Posted

    Agree, I have stopped Olistat as  my problems with a sliding  hiatus hernia increased, I  felt strange, My GP knows I take PPI.s so cant be that,also I felt constipated when taking it my GP dosnt seem to believe this. Also  there was little benefit as weight loss minimal, is there a possible in relation to underlying gastric problems

    Best wishes

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