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Erythema In The Antrum Compatible With Non Erosive Gastritis
Localized continuous erythema, friability, & congestion of the mucosa with no bleeding in Antrum. Compatible with non-erosive gastritis? Biopsy done!
H PYLORI?: I would recommend getting copies of your reports and making sure they did biopsies for h pylori. Also blood work for hpylori ig G and IG m and still for HPYLORI x 3 samples And blood work for celiac disease. You may benefit from a ppi like protonix (pantoprazole). And a gluten free diet. WholeApproach.com. Gutbliss.com Also probiotics . Follow up with GI doc To go over treatment options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could a moderate sever non-erosive gastritis patch found in the antrum of stomach be caused by zollinger ellison syndrome? I've read it's very rare. Neg. for h. pylori, no nsaid use. Report also said reactive gastropathy on egd.
I have BENIGN GASTRIC MUCOSA SHOWING CHRONIC INACTIVE GASTRITIS. What does that mean? I also have congestion, erythema, and erosion in my gastric antrum. Do I have a possibility of it becoming cancerous?
Well: The best person to answer your queries is the physician who performed the scope and took the biopsies, what you have is common, but has to be interpreted in a clinical context, best wishes ...Read more
I have diffuse erosive gastritis. Could not understand what it is exactly or how it is different from other types of gastritis.
Degree of damage: Most gastritis is diffuse inflammation and irritation of the stomach lining; erosive gastritis tells us that the same tissue is being damaged or eroded. This is more serious and may take longer to deal with. It is important to take the medication prescribed. It is also unwise to smoke, drink alcohol as well as eating acidic foods and any other foods that irritate and cause pain and/or that your do. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not, but:: The website eHealthMe reports that of 67,468 patients taking Plavix only 153 people (0.23%) reported gastritis as a side effect. Some of these patients were also taking other medications well known to cause gastritis, such as aspirin and Celebrex (celecoxib). Thus, if you are taking Plavix and have developed gastritis, it's likely that something else is responsible. ...Read more
Anticoagulation: Erosive gastritis carries a bleeding risk with it. As such anticoagulants carry an increased risk....any anticoagulant. Making a decision regarding giving anticoagulation to a patient with an increased bleeding risk requires a risk to benefit evaluation. Your question needs to be discussed with your personal doctors relative to you and your situation and risks. ...Read more
What is esophageal basal hyperplasia, erosive gastritis and chronic inactive gastritis. These are some if what I have been diagnosed with?
Inflammation: Gastritis is inflammation of the stomach (see: http://sgoti.Ws/zotkqv). It sounds like you had an endoscope showing esophageal basal hyperplasia, which is increased cellular growth. Look at the pathology report, assuming you had a biopsy. Symptoms like these deserve a full evaluation in person by your health care provider. ...Read more
I take esomeprazole for erosive gastritis. Food is getting stuck. Gp referred to check it's not proceeded to more serious. What can more serious be?
Dysphagia : in the setting of reflux disease, food getting stuck (dysphagia) is fairly common. It is usually due to inflammation of the end of the esophagus, but occasionally Is due to more serious things, such as esophageal cancer. It is unlikely that you have cancer, but it is important to evaluate the cause. The esophagus can be dilated to normal size at the same time, solving the problem. Good luck. ...Read more
I am in pain 24/7. I've been told to try marijuana. I'm curious but hesitant. I've never smoked ANYTHING before. Having erosive gastritis, is it safe?
No, see doctor:
Why are you in pain? It may be something that is treatable or manageable with routine pain medications. Weed is a psychoactive drug and will mess with your brain. You should see a doctor for an evaluation, before medicating yourself with weed.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
I have erosive gastritis and I tried nexium (esomeprazole) and pariet. I feel better when I took them,but my symptom come back when I stop taking. what can I do ?
Take longer?: For how long did you take Nexium (esomeprazole)? Assuming there's no H. Pylori infection causing your gastritis, you'd have to take Nexium (esomeprazole) for several weeks at least to induce healing. If there is an H.pylori etiology, you'd need specific treatment for that for help the condition. If you had an EGD, you'd know if there was such an infection or not. ...Read more
22 yrs old medical student diagnosed with acute erosive gastritis, -ve H. pylori, non smoker, been on Nexium (esomeprazole) 40 mg for 8 weeks, no improvement help?
See your GI doc.: If eight weeks of Nexium (esomeprazole) have not helped, you should see your gastroenterologist for the next step in treatment. In the meantime, avoid aspirin and NSAIDs and any food would you notice makes your symptoms worse. Use antacids prn. Avoid smoking and alcohol. I would see him or her as soon as you can. Good luck. ...Read more
Slippery elm: There is no good evidence that slippery Elm helps in any gastrointestinal illness, despite some Internet hype. In addition, it can result in decreased absorption of needed medications. I would avoid it! ...Read more
I have had erosive gastritis for 2 years now despite being treated with Protonix and Nexium (esomeprazole). WHY?
H. Pylori infection: Have you been scoped & if so, was a biopsy obtained? If not, it's still reasonable to argue that you have a bacterial infection of your stomach lining. At this point, an empiric triple or even quadruple therapy protocol is warranted (PPI + clarithromycin (or amoxicillin) + metronidazole + bismuth salicylate) x2 weeks. This could be managed by a Family Doc or PCP; no need to see gastroenterologist. ...Read more
I had erosive gastritis caused by H-Pylori. I treated H-Pylori and it was negative.
Is it possible the gastritis remains still after treating H-P?
Possible? Sure, ...: But not likely, unless you have another underlying cause of gastritis in addition, such as aspirin or NSAID use. The gastritis usually heals. If you're still having symptoms, perhaps you have another issue altogether, such as GERD, gallbladder disease, or irritable bowel syndrome. Good luck. ...Read more
Is 20 mg of otc nexium effective to heal erosive gastritis, diagnosed with egd . No pylori found,?
A biopsy made to my stomach reflected this result: chronic inactive superficial focal erosive gastritis. What its mean?
It means nothing ser: This is a twisted way of saying that there is nothing serious that the biopsy shows! the key word here is "inactive". If it was " active", then you would be told that you have mild gastritis. I would not worry about this biopsy report., . Of course your doctor who did the biopsy should be able to answer your questions and guide you further.! ...Read more
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