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Diet For Ulcers In Esophagus
I have daily acid reflux, NEG h pylori. MD said no concern. What's best treatment to prevent ulcers, stricture and barrets esophagus? Herbs? Diet?
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Diet and reflux: The following foods worsen gastroesophageal reflux: caffeine, alcohol, mint, chocolate. Acidic foods, such as citrus fruits and juices and tomatoes, exacerbate the injury to the esophagus caused by reflux, and usually worsen heartburn. Other common offenders are peppers, spicy foods, and fried foods. A higher protein content in a meal can help decrease reflux. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an esophageal ulcer and am gettin treated. How do I know if it starts bleeding? It's near the end of the esophagus.
Nodular area in distal esophagus gej-- I had a endoscopy today and this was report. Dr said looks like ulcer. Area irritated I am worried?
Gastric acid: If you have gastric acid hypersecretion (too much gastric acid), you may develop gastric ulcers, and if this acid goes up to the esophagus for a long time, you can develop barrett's esophagus. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with having a gastric ulcer and barrett's esophagus. I'm currently on 40 mg. Per day of zegerid, what to do?
Gi docs: I'm newly diagnosis w duplication cyst on my esophagus. It hurts like an ulcer. I hear surgery is major. Your opinion? Surgery vs watch.
Probably surgery: If having pain related to duplication cyst probably need surgery, in adults when duplication cysts symptomatic, difficulty eating, reflux, or back pain can occur. Cysts can hemorrhage, rupture, and get infected. Once symptoms begin usually do not resolve. Complete surgical resection is the standard treatment even in patients with asymptmatic cysts. Thoracotomy or thoracoscopy can be used to remove. ...Read more
How can h.pylori can be killed.? Can peptic ulcers be completely cured? Along with esophagus. How?
Plus BISMUTH containing liquid (eg: Pepto-Bismol)
Can in most cases CURE. (Acid control may also be used)
Speak with your PCP (Primary Care Provider)
Hope this helps!
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Chest pain with sweat, headache, and dizziness. Dr said it could be a ulcer in my esophagus. What can I do? I'm on meds right now
Follow instruction: I would continue med, follow your doctor instruction and follow up appropriately as you were told to do so. I t may need some time for med to work for you. ...Read more
Had eus 3 months ago that showed Barrett's and an ulcer in my esophagus. Now my stool is black. Is this related? Should I call my gastroenterologist?
If you have an inflamed esophagus and stomach but have no ulcers or bacteria of anykind is it ok to eat veggies and fruit like tomatoes?
Esophagitis: This depends upon the source of the inflammation. Bacterial infection in these circumstances is usually not the issue, but rather there is the potential for viruses and yeasts to produce inflammation. Or this may simply be due to reflux. Eating various foods may irritate these tissues, but you should first be seen and evaluated by a GI doctor. ...Read more
Hi had an endoscopy at beg. Of month. No ulcer or h pylori but mild inflamed esophagus. On Nexium (esomeprazole) now but still burping and a lot of gas. What do I do?
Is a very irregular GE junction or "z line" on endoscopy usually Barrett's esophagus? I am 4 months post Nissan & had a scope for epigastric pain, nausea, and blood. It showed an irregular z line & antral erosions only; no ulcers. Biopsies pending.
Recent endoscope results showed 6 stomach ulcers, 1 esophagus, 3wks of meds, now painful hard distended stomach, vomiting blood @ times. What do I do?
Ulcers: If you recently had an egd and found multiple ulcers and you are now vomiting with blood, you should go to the hospital for possible repeating egd and further evaluation. You should also call your go doctor to discuss with him for possible assessment and suggestions over the phone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Feel like food is stuck at esophagus. Difficulty swallowing. Hx of GERD & peptic ulcer. Tried motilium but to no avail. Any other medications that help?
See a doctor: You may need a scope inserted into your esophagus t look for strictures and other things. ...Read more
Is it an ulcer? Severe burning pain in the esophagus and stomach. Antacids (tums) taken, fallowed by ranitidine 75mg and Prilosec otc.
Got coldsore first time in my life. Mouth ulcer and sore back of throat. Also slight pain in lower esophagus. Will it go on its own? Been 9 days
See your doctor: The combination of sore throat and pain behind the sternum (especially if burning pain) are possible signs of acid reflux disease with LPR (laryngeal-pharyngeal reflux). However, sometimes symptoms are not caused by the same problem ("esophageal pain" could be from coronary artery disease). Seeking attention from a doctor who knows you well is important, especially when symptoms don't go away. ...Read more
Pain: Generally ulcerated esophagus is painful, especially with swallowing food, even liquids. Pain may be in chest, referred to back or between the ribs or upper abdomen. May also have difficulty swallowing-food gets stuck going down. Can lead to weight loss. ...Read more
Have an esophageal ulcer. Already avoiding certain foods, on antiacids and coating medication. What are some other steps I should take to cure this?
If you have: An ulcer, consider the class of medicines called proton pump inhibitors, like prilosec, if you are not on that. Stop smoking, make sure your anxiety is controlled though unsure exactly the role of stress and an ulcer. Main think, proton pump inhibitor and stay on them as long as your doc suggests but I would likely stay on them. Good luck. ...Read more
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