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Dr. Ivelisse Rivera-Godreau
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When can one return to "normal" eating following the cessation of ranitidine prescription? Gastritis was acute, I believe, due to ingestion of severely hot, hot sauce. I have followed a very bland, non-acidic diet for three weeks and next week is the la

When can one return to "normal" eating following the cessation of ranitidine prescription?  Gastritis was acute, I believe, due to ingestion of severely hot, hot sauce.  I have followed a very bland, non-acidic diet for three weeks and next week is the la

When...: If you have been in ranitidine for a period of 4-6 weeks and now feeling well you may try to eat a normal diet again. However, make sure you don't regain a habit of eating irritant diet because then symptoms are most likely going to come back. The stomach can take so much and if expose it to a very acidic, irritant diet on a frequent basis it will be upset again. ...Read more

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Gastritis (Definition)

The term gastritis is used to denote inflammation associated with mucosal injury in the stomach. Gastritis is commonly a result of infectious or autoimmune diseases, although it can also result from drugs, extreme stress ...Read more


Dr. Paul Choi
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Gerd grade a (la) reflux esophagitis: erosive antral gastritis is it dangerous, what to do?

Gerd grade a (la) reflux esophagitis: erosive antral gastritis is it dangerous, what to do?

GERD : Grade a gerd is fairly mild condition. Erosive antral gastritis is certainly not a serious condition. I would follow what your GI doctor have advised and most of these problem can be addressed accordingly. http://www.laendo.net/english/gerddiagnosis-and-treatment. ...Read more

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Dr. David Earle
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I have GERD grade a (la) reflux esophagitis: erosive antral gastritis is it dangerous ?

I have GERD grade a (la) reflux esophagitis: erosive antral gastritis is it dangerous ?

No: It is not dangerous now, but is left untreated could become dangerous. Follow up on recommendations from your gastroenterologist. Youll be ok. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Dr. John Feola
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32 years old male. Taking sucralafate 1mg twice daily. After EGD, found LA class II reflux, pyloric channel ulcer, antral gastritis. Recommendations?

 32 years old male. Taking sucralafate 1mg twice daily. After EGD, found LA class II reflux, pyloric channel ulcer, antral gastritis. Recommendations?

GERD/GASTRITIS/PUD: GERD/GASTRITIS CAN CAUSE BARRETS ESOPHAGUS AND POTENTIALLY CANCER: You need a history and physical. Labs including Hpylori Ab Ig G and M. Stool for hpylori x 3. I usually start with PROTONIX 40mg If symptoms persist ZANTAC 300mg qhs may be added. While work up is in progress Stay Gluten Free. Check if biopsy for H. pylori was done. If necessary get a second opinion. Carafate alone is not enough ...Read more

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Dr. Joshua Batt
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What should I eat if I have gastritis?

Bland diet: Eat foods that have few additives and spices. Fruits, vegetables and grains are good sources of these. Avoid spicey, citrus and dense foods as they can further irritate the lining of the stomach. ...Read more

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Dr. Margaret Hayes
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What foods to avoid when you have gastritis?

What foods to avoid when you have gastritis?

Gastritis: Gastritis is an inflammatory condition of the stomach lining. You should be checked for the presence of a bacteria called heliobacter pylori which would require treatment with medication for two weeks. You want to avoid aspirin, ibuprofen, alcohol, smoking, caffeine, acidic and carbonated beverages, mint, chocolate and any food that you notice that makes your stomach feel worse. ...Read more

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Dr. Joan Gelin
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What is gastritis?

Stomach irritation: The lining of your stomach can sometimes be irritated. This can last for days to possibly weeks. If the problem worsens you can have an ulcer that perforates (bursts through) the wall of the stomach itself. Have your private doctor start acid reducer medicine, and continue to watch your symptoms. Hopefully you will get better soon. Good luck. ...Read more

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Dr. Anthony Leazzo
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What are some suggested home remedies for gastritis?

What are some suggested home remedies for gastritis?

Peppermint: Or ginger can also help acutely. However te cause of the gastritis needs to be addressed or all your doing is treating symptoms. ...Read more

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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How could ginger helps to cure gastritis because its spicy?

How could ginger helps to cure gastritis because its spicy?

Might not be a cure: but might help gi upset. Ginger helps to v nausea (including nausea associated with chemotherapy), morning sickness, motion sickness, diarrhea, upset stomach & menstrual cramps. It is a digestive aid. It can help v cholesterol level. It can also be used with common cold or flu. It has anti-inflammatory affects. ...Read more

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Dr. John Berryman
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Taking Esomeprazole20 twice for gastritis.Its okay with the med.But If I lay on the left side at night I feel much acidity the next day. Wt's the prob?

Gastritis: The medication neutralizes acidity, but does not remove the chance for a stomach ulcer. If lying on one side accentuates your perceived acidity, you may have an ulcer, and should see a gastroenterologist for diagnosis and treatment. You may need a medication to reduce acid production, and/or you may need to change your diet or other habits (smoking. alcohol, for example). ...Read more

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