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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
What to do if I have just been diagnosed with an ulcer why am i still having pain if i'm on medication?
It can take time: It can take a little while for the medication to give results. ...Read more
Ranitidine omeprazol: There are three treatments for gastric ulcer. Blocking acid using a histamine blocker such as ranitidine (zantac), Famotidine (pepcid) or a proton pump inhibitor like Omeprazole (prilosec) which are stronger acid blockers and the third is to buffer the acid which is there via antacids (maalox, mylanta, tums, (calcium carbonate) etc) gastric ulcers can actually be healed in 6-8 weeks with acid blockers and diet. ...Read more
Oral ulcers: Mucosal ulcerations in the mouth could be from vitamin deficiency, autoimmune problems or recurrent irritation form dental fixtures. Take b complex vitamin and eat healthy, if happens repeatedly have yourself examined to make sure it is not an expression of systemic diseases. ...Read more
Acid blockers...: Ulcers are usually caused by either an infection with a bacterial called helicobacter pylori or NSAID drugs such eg. Aspirin, ibuprofen, motrin. Acid blockers eg. Pepcid, (famotidine) Prilosec are the drugs of choice for healing ulcers. If you have an infection with h. Pylori then antibiotics are indicated. Good luck! ...Read more
Having uc and sacroilitis and on medication. Developed ulcer on palet with a dull pain. What could this be?
Immune system: It is obvious that your immune system is inflamed and attacking the mucosal surfaces of the GI tract, including oral mucosa. This is not uncommon with inflammatory bowel disease. The first thing i suggest is try eliminating gluten, dairy and sugar from your diet. In some cases, this will resolve symptoms. You can also apply topical deglycerized licorice or aloe to the ulcers to speed healing. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Really none: Pain medications such as Ibuprofen or Aspirin (nsaids) should be avoided with peptic ulcers. The best treatment for ulcer pain is acid suppresion witih a ppi (prilosec, prevacid, nexium, dexilant, protonix, etc). Sometimes Carafate may also help a little. The pain shouldn't last long. An analgesic such as tylenol (acetaminophen) or a narcotic may help with pain too. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: There should be no problem.Get a more detailed answer ›
Nothing: Avoid the insult (ie nsaid). Treat hpylori if present. Use an acid suppression medication. ...Read more
Yes: Most stomach ulcers can be cured medically taking pills, but you need to see a doctor to see if indeed you have the ulcer, and if you have, what caused the ulcer. Depending on the cause, the treatment may be different. Thus you need physician's evaluation and guidance for the treatment. ...Read more
I have ulcer since last week. I put on some ulcer medication to numb the pain but it still not recovered and worst I have 3 more coming up. Pls help!.
Patience: I know exactly what you are going through as i too was diagnosed with bleeding ulcers last week. Mine happened form meds i was taking after surgery on my knee. Anyway, the acid reducers to help with the pain take time. Ask my spouse - i've been complaining for a week! every day it gets just a little bit better, but there is no quick way for these to heal and stop hurting - it just takes time. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with ♡burn 5 yrs ago. It happens mostly after waking up. I took medication for 1month but ♡burn didn't go away. Could I have an Ulcer?
Best to see a MD: It is reasonable as an initial treatment to try Prilosec or another OTC stomach medicine at first. If the symptoms persist for longer then two weeks, or are unchanged during that time, you are best served to se a doctor. It might be an infection, treated with antibiotics or something more serious. ...Read more
Tylenol (acetaminophen) is safe: Since it does not mess up with the gastric mucosa /acid ...Read more
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