I am a 23-year-old male. I am having stomach problems for seven months. At first, I observed blood and mucus in my stool. The doctors detected it as an infection and first I took allopathic medicine and then homeopathic medicine. At present, I have to go to motion two to three times a day and there is never a feeling of satisfaction. Mostly, I feel like going to the bathroom just after having my breakfast which is the second time. I notice occasional blood and mucus now which is like once or twice in two months. I took antibiotics last year and also homeopathic medicines. Is it Pitta dosha? If yes what can I do about it? I have read three to four articles on Pitta dosha that match my conditions.
It seems like colitis. Its occurrence depends on food habits and lifestyle.
It can be managed naturally through ayurvedic medicines. There is a need to take ayurvedic medicines for three months regularly under a controlled diet plan. I suggest taking Bilvavaleha (Bilva, Dhataki Flowers, Nagkesar) one spoon twice a day before food, Dadimastaka Churna (Vamsha, Patra, Cinnamon) 0.11 oz, and Kutajaghana Vati (Kutaja bark, Ativisha, Water) two tablets twice a day with warm water after meals.
Avoid spicy, fried, and junk foods.
Avoid smoking and drinking if you have these habits.
Avoid cold drinks, soft drinks, ice cream, etc.
Avoid tea, coffee, milk, and milk products.
Do regular Kapalbhati, Mandukasana and Ardhamatsyendrasana.
Try these for a month and get back with improvement.
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.. like colitis. Its occurrence depends on food habits and lifestyle.
It can be manage naturally through ayurvedic medicines. There is a need to take ayurvedic medicines for three months regularly under a controlled diet plan. Read full
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