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What do you do with stomatch ulcer and mild bleeding inside, to stop the bleeding?
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: In the olden times
The diet was the only answer. Dairy and especially milk, liquid antacids and avoidance of spiced foods.
We now know that ca++ stinulates gastrin, a hormone that stimulates acid prodcution. The modern attack is on the systems that produce gastric acid, the focus of treatment like ranitidine, famotidine, omeprazole. Avoid foods causing dyspepsia.

In brief: In the olden times
The diet was the only answer. Dairy and especially milk, liquid antacids and avoidance of spiced foods.
We now know that ca++ stinulates gastrin, a hormone that stimulates acid prodcution. The modern attack is on the systems that produce gastric acid, the focus of treatment like ranitidine, famotidine, omeprazole. Avoid foods causing dyspepsia.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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In brief: Had Endoscopy yet?
Most stomach ulcers are from acid secretion.
Control the acid and you control the ulcer and the subsequent bleeding. There is a small chance that other factors play a role in the ulcer (such as cancer) and letting a doctor look into the stomach and get some biopsies is warranted. During the endoscopy any active bleeding could be treated as well.

In brief: Had Endoscopy yet?
Most stomach ulcers are from acid secretion.
Control the acid and you control the ulcer and the subsequent bleeding. There is a small chance that other factors play a role in the ulcer (such as cancer) and letting a doctor look into the stomach and get some biopsies is warranted. During the endoscopy any active bleeding could be treated as well.
Dr. Andrew Hoffman
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