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Como Curar La Gastritis Con Remedios Naturales
Short Fasts: Best treatment for acute or chronic gastritis starts with periods of short fasts, it may be enough for three days for acute gastritis during the fasts fresh fruit juices may be taken.It gives the stomach some rest to recover from the inflammation.You can also take over the counter antacids to suppress acid in the stomach. There are many home remedies suggested like tamarind water, buttermilk bland d. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to naturally heal gastritis without antibiotics is there naturalpathic ways to cure gastritis?
Depends on cause: Gastritis is often but not always caused by h. Pylori. If you have h.Pylori the standard treatment is antibiotics but the tree bark extract mastic gum is proven very effective. Herbs like deglycyrrhizinated licorice, marshmallow root & slippery elm can help, as can amylase enzymes. Chinese herbs can help. Alcohol, tobacco & meds like Aspirin & advil (ibuprofen) aggravate.Best to consult a holistic doc or n.D. ...Read more
Depends: It may be diet you are eating, if so, try to avoid certain foods esp. Spicy and greasy ones and things like coffee and try tea instead which is good for gastritis. Also a little ginger ale sometimes helps esp. With nausea. Also avoid orange juice and citrus as this is also very acid as well. ...Read more
Can I still take my anxiety pills with gastritis? They aren't prescription, I think they're mostly natural so are they okay?
I've been diagnosed with gastritis. Gallbladder removed in May 2014. Taking Nexium (esomeprazole) 40 mg once daily. Stopped taking 81 mg of aspirin and no coffee con?
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Ehlersdanlos3, pregnancy , chronic gastritis/esphogitis (no hpylori) making GERD unbearable... Help ... Natural if possible. Raw cabbage juice?
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
Endoscopy done today. Findings were...LA Grade B reflux esophagitis (biopsied)...Gastritis (biopsied) and normal examined duodenum. Meaning? TY
Inflammation: Inflammation of the esophagus can be a precursor for cancer. Inflammation of the esophagus and stomach can mimic or hide cancer. It was smart to get endoscopy. Your doctor did a good job biopsying the worrisome areas. If the biopsies come back benign, then you will be treated and observed. Well done. Your working diagnosis is inflammation which is treated with medicines. ...Read more
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 (pantoprazole) 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
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
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Inflammation: Any type of inflammation or irritation of the inner lining of the stomach is called gastritis. This can be due to an ulcer, cancer, a tube rubbing on the stomach, or an infection like h. Pylori. The cause must be determined so that the right therapy can be suggested. An endoscopy is often helpful in determining the cause. ...Read more
Inflamation: Gastritis is an inflammation of the lining of the stomach, and has many possible causes. the main acute causes are excessive alcohol consumption or prolonged use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (also known as nsaids) such as Aspirin or ibuprofen. Sometimes gastritis develops after major surgery, traumatic injury, burns, or severe infections. Gastritis may also occur in those who have had weight loss surgery resulting in the banding or reconstruction of the digestive tract. Chronic causes are infection with bacteria, primarily helicobacter pylori, chronic bile reflux, and stress; certain autoimmune disorders can cause gastritis as well. The most common symptom is abdominal upset or pain. Other symptoms are indigestion, abdominal bloating, nausea, and vomiting and pernicious anemia. ...Read more