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Are there any charts/graphs about H. PYLORUS (Preferably in the UK)A link to a website would be helpful or anything that can prove figures? Eg. Tables
H.Pylori: Yes. There is a website called gpnotebook. Google this website. It is very user friendly. It contains advice and tests that your GP is likely going to order when you see them. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I have an endoscopy says and it is says as pylorus: prepyloric erosions. What does it mean? I'm taking mosid md5 and ezomprazole 40mg for 6months now.
Ulcers: The pyloric area is a part of the stomach. Erosions are the technical term for findings that are what is commonly called an ulcer. ...Read more
No Clear Limit, But: Each time induces tearing of the pylorus tissue with resulting scar formation & scars shrink. Thus each time tends to get more difficult & induces more scare tissue. Like most medical technology, this is simply a method to treat a symptom & does not deal with or solve underlying issues. ...Read more
Hi. I would like to know if botox injections in the pylorus for gastroparesis and chronic constipation, making constipation worse?
I got botox to treat my gastroparesis my doc said my pylorus did not look abnormal like it dose with gastroparesis patients what does that mean?
Difficult to tell: The best person to ask would be the endoscopist. They saw the duodenum and perhaps obtained a biopsy and you should go back and discuss this at length and get their recommendations. ...Read more
Are there any Statistics or graphs related to the HELICOBACTER PYLORUS (IN THE UK)?? Also what was the latest findings about this pathogen in general?
About H. pylori:
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacteria that can cause peptic ulcers (ulcers of the stomach and duodenum). Per the British Society of Gastroenterology, 40% of people in the United Kingdom carry H. pylori bacteria. Further UK statistics and comprehensive information are available on their website:
http://www. Bsg. Org. Uk/patients/general/helicobacter-pylori. Html ...Read more
Can taking stimulant laxatives for constipation cause the the pylorus or the pylorus sphincter to spasam abnormally
It's always possible: But hard to prove. It's likely to cause spasm of the fundus/ body of the stomach more than the sphincter. ...Read more
Ultrasound says my 4 month daughter's pylorus is 6.5mm thick. I introduced solids, some help but she still vomits. I surgery needed? She isn't dehydrated
Probably not: The most common reason for vomiting is reflux, which usually resolves somewhere between 4 and 6 months. I believe you are asking about pyloric stenosis, which usually presents much sooner than 4 mo. There are two readings on u/s that are important: length and thickness. Also the study should be read by someone who reads pediatric ultrasounds. ...Read more
Is there any treatment for a double pylorus besides pump inhibitors like Prilosec and prevacid (lansoprazole). Need answers?
Usually no therapy: Most commonly a double pylorus is due to prior ulcer disease. If there is ongoing ulcer disease than a proton pump inhibitor (eg Prilosec or prevacid) is the standard of care. If you have ulcer disease, a test for helicobacter pylori should be done. If there is no ulcer than no therapy for the double pylorus is required. ...Read more
Diagnosed marked antral gastritis & pylorus gastric erosion w-tiny ulcers I can eat small amount, else I have nausea Do I have to force myself to eat?
For someone in your condition, it is best to eat small, frequent meals throughout the day to ensure you receive nutrition throughout the day. This will allow you to receive the nutrients throughout the day without feeling nauseated or heavy. This will prevent the heartburn if you eat something every 3-4 hours throughout the day until the ulcers heal.
Have you taken antibiotics for the h.Pylori? ...Read more
Why does my stomach hurt after egd with dilation of the pylorus and I am still nauseated - usually lasts 4 - 5 weeks after procedure.
Pyloric Dilation: The dilation procedure basically "reams out" fibrotic tissue and it takes several weeks for this to heal, just like any deep scrape you might have ever had in your skin. There are meds you can take to relieve the nausea and discomfort, so follow up with your gastroenterologist and discuss things you can do to relieve the suffering. ...Read more
Why my throat pain severly and what I should do.? I have pylorus ulcer what to do. I used to take severe tobacco doma
Dr. Can check throat: New throat pain can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (antibiotics usually not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. Usually, a person sees the doctor if the sore throat is bothersome, recurrent, or doesn't go away quickly (mainly to check for strep throat). A couple days of throat lozenges and tylenol (acetaminophen) can decrease throat pain. ...Read more
Group A strep: It's not quite clear what you mean without the context behind the testing. But it very well could represent group A streptococcal testing. This is common test done when someone has a sore throat to make sure he/she doesn't need antibiotics. Really on group A strep pharyngitis (sore throats) need antibiotic therapy most others resolve on their own without issue. Best of luck ...Read more
Common bacteria: I assume a culture was performed. This bacteria is very common and can be found on many surfaces including skin. It becomes a problem when it gets passed the barrier of the skin and often causes boils and skin infections. With anitbiotics it can be treated but is quickly becoming resistant to them. Sensitivities are often performed so your provider can chose the drug best suited. ...Read more
Usually none: The usual test for s pyogenes infection is culture. Antibodies to streptolysin O (ASO) may be done to diagnose infection in the recent past. ...Read more
See a hematologist: See a hematologist asap. Don't delay...Get a more detailed answer ›
My question is my Dr. Ran test and one week ago the RDW was 14.8. 11 months ago the test was 15.1. Please can you explain what all this means. I s?
Not to: Meaningful. It has todo with the variation In size of your red cells. Not to worry ...Read more
Good day I took a pregi test and it’s showed a faded positive line (very very light) I’ve since take x3 that gave negative readings? Please advise
Possibly: It is likely negative but you should just repeat the test in 48 hours. ...Read more
Heartbeat 110 and correct sz for 6w4d, levels aren't rising currently 7w1 4879. Dr wants more tests. Worried pg doomed even with u/s results. Is it?
Pregnancy: If the fetus is growing in size according to the us, it's encouraging. If it is not growing, then there is a problem. Hcg should be rising, the level of 4879 is not high and if it is rising in 48 hours significantly (roughly doubling), then it's not encouraging. As far as doomed or not, I cannot tell because there should be dynamic related (repeat us, repeat HCG level). ...Read more
Yes: The direct Coombs test is typically used to test for autoimmune hemolytic anemia, a disorder involving destruction of red blood cells. It determines whether or not antibodies are present on the surface of the patient's rbcs. The indirect Coombs test is typically used to test for blood type compatibility prior to a transfusion, and detects the presence of antibodies in the serum of the patient. ...Read more
I have a friend who is a 15 year old boy with Crohn's disease & he's going through tests to see if h?
Crohn's disease can be very severe and difficult to treat. Your friend will need you for support as the tests and treatment may be difficult and prolonged. If medical attention does not seem adequate then urge more consultations.
Being a good friend and listening will mean a tremendous help to your fiend and her son. ...Read more