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Can Drinking Colloidal Silver Help Cure Peptic Stomach Ulcers
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Exact synonym so far as this pathologist is concerned. An ulcer is a lesion on a body surface (outer or inner) in which the epithelium and at least some of the underlying connective tissue has been lost specifically to necrosis (cell death) rather than just mechanical or chemical injury. All ulcer craters ...Read more
Will a peptic stomach ulcer caused by h.Pylori heal with 40mg per day of omeprazole? I know it won't cure the h.Pylori, but will the stomach ulcer go?
Probably not: H pylori causes ulcers. If not eradicated, it will likely cause more or worsening ulcers. These ulcers can sometimes bleed severely. It's important to not only provide acid suppression (omeprazole) but to also treat the h pylori infection. ...Read more
Pain down the center form my stomach. I just drank fizzy drink. Could this b my ulcers Also I am quite weak too I have had this be4 is it my ulcers?
Sound like it: Fizzy drinks cause both physical and chemical irritation to an ulcer. The weakness can also be concerning for a bleed so it really needs to be checked out ...Read more
Nothing: Any form of caffeine is going to be bad for you right now, as once it hits your system to give you the caffeine buzz you are wanting, it also will increase the acid output of your stomach and irritate your ulcer. You have to go totally caffeine free until your ulcer totally heals up and your doctor tells you it's safe to consume some again, but even then, you will need to keep it light. ...Read more
Possible re-ulcer?: Pain is a warning sign, so your symptoms signal a problem. How serious the problem ; what organ (s) is (are) involved will be determined by appropriate medical evaluation--see your doctor. In the meantime, if you're taking nsaid's (aleve, advil) discontinue them now, since you may be describing early signs of an ulcer recurrence. No alcohol too please, ; consider restarting acid blocker medication. ...Read more
Not really: Moderate wine, alcohol consumption does not help an ulcer condition but it does not cause it either... Alcohol in heavy chronic use may cause multiple digestive problems including gastritis, reflux and liver problems but other factors will need to co-exist to create an ulcer. For example the helicobacter pylori bacterium in the stomach lining, or use of non-steroidal ani-inflammatories or aspirin. ...Read more
If someone gets a stomach ulcer from just heavy drinking, would abstaining from alcohol and a PPI resolve it?
I commend you for abstaining from Alcohol, thus Caring for your HEALTH!
Thank you for informing about Exercise stress test, Holter monitor, and ECG. If these tests are within normal limits, it is likely that you have unresolved feelings in relationships, work or finances.
Stress can contribute to Ulcer.
See a Psychiatrist for
• Continued abstinence from Alcohol
• AA Meetings ...Read more
I have a stomach ulcer and I like to drink. Is there a medication that can coat my stomach before I drink alcohol?
You seriously need: Help. Do you want to die? What you are proposing is crazy (and this is coming from a shrink). Please get help. Alcoholics anonymous is free, confidential and a great source of support. At this point, would also encourage you to let your gastroenterologist know what you are doing. An addiction medicine specialist is also very important. ...Read more
Lots: You can maintain a normal low fat diet, and drink water, juice, milk, and soy or almond milks. Be careful with fizzy drinks and avoid alcohol. The size of the meal may be a challenge to your ulcer symptoms, start small and increase as tolerated. Coffee and tea in moderation are usually fine if combined with a small meal. ...Read more
Bad things: Even moderate alcohol consumption will probably cause some symptomatic distress and might cause further damage to your stomach. Excessive amounts will definitely make the ulcer worse over time. Talk with your doctor and do everything you can do to avoid excessive drinking. It's important! ...Read more
Each month I have a period I get horrible pain in my stomach like ulcer pain that gets worse by eating, drinking, or taking any type of medication.?
Please check your stresslevel during your periods.
Do you take non-steroidal pain medicatons such as ibuprogen during your periods? These may cause stomach pains
also please check and make sure you don't have ulcers. ...Read more
Recommend against it: Check this great Mayo Clinic Article: http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/peptic-ulcer/basics/lifestyle-home-remedies/con-20028643 ...Read more
What is the best thing to drink and eat with a peptic ulcer if vomiting and servere stomach pain?
Ulcer diet: Hello ~ in the 50s and 60s before the advent of tagamet (cimetidine) we used to push the " MILK DIET", and this was milk thought then to neutralise the HCl in the stomach. Well of course milk is too little but we now use very fancy drugs to reduce acid. But there are still "ulcer diets" you can get by Google. BUT anything bland, not spicy, no alcohol, shd do it! ...Read more
Ulcer booze: Blunt answer to you = ulcer is deadly complication from drinking. Stop drinking is only way out. ...Read more
Yes: And ulcers can be serious. You should get examined. ...Read more
Could be: Need exam to rule out serious problem. ...Read more
I never drink orange juice but decided to have a small drink yesterday, it burned my stomach so bad and now it's hurts so bad. Is that a ulcer?
Contains citric acid but it is not strong enough to "burn" unless you have gastritis (generalized inflammation) A gastric ulcer is unlikely to have been "silent" until the range juice!!!! You may be one of those rare individuals who react this way to orange (and other citric acid containing) foods!
Hope this helps
Dr Z ...Read more
Stomach pain after eating raw herbs, fruits and veg... Pain goes away after an hour. Drinking milk also helps to sooth it. What could it be? Ulcer?
I social drinker, drink moderately and go 2 weeks without alcohol once a month. I habe burning in stomach, ulcer or gastritis?
Examination: You must be checked and examined for gastritis, GERD, peptic ulcer, pancreatic illness or gallbaldder disease. You can temporarily use OTC Mylanta and PPI (Pepcid (famotidine) or Nexium) until seen. No alcohol, aspirin, or NSAIDS (ibuprofen, naproxysn). Examination and testing are mandatory. ...Read more
Could diet coke be causing my stomach problems? I feel sick after eating almost anything. I drink diet coke constantly. Could I have an ulcer?
Had stomach ulcer 6 or more months ago, would drinking soda now be risky? Can soda cause ulcers to perforate/bleed?
Not risky: We know that most ulcers are not caused by door or stomach acid, but by a bacteria which leads to gastritis. Soda won't cause ulcers. I suggest you moderate your intake, of course. You can have too much of a good thing. I am assuming you're following up with your doctors. If not, do so. Good luck. ...Read more
May I have a stomach ulcer was drinking one night woke up in the middle of my sleep major stomach pain. Lately 1 drink a night for about 2 weeks?
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