What foods can help against gastritis and stomach inflammation?

Avoid what hurts. That is the easy answer. Other things to avoid are caffeine containing drinks and foods. Chocolate, spicy foods. and foods with acidic content may cause problems. Smoking and alcohol will definitely make it worse. If you must eat foods that have these qualities the consider smaller portions. No real things are "good" specially for gastritis though there may be things that feel better than not.
Diet. Aggravating items include spicy, greasy, fried foods, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine, chocolate. Certain medications like aspirin, Advil,Aleve,prednisone are provocative. H pylori infection of the stomach may be a factor. Persistent cases of gastritis should be treated and followed by a gastroenterologist who may recommend a gastroscopic examination at times.

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I have gastritis and have been taking lortab can that give me inflammation in my stomach I feel a lil short of breath?

See below. These are symptoms that could be potentially serious. Yous should discuss these with your physician. He/she will thotoughly evaluate you and let you know what's going on. Read more...

I have gastritis & stomach inflammation. Ultrasounds shows some small nonshadowing gallstones or polyps (unsure). Should I have nuclear medicine?

Depends. The nuclear medicine test you are referring to really only serves to answer the question as to whether there is a blockage of either the gallbladder opening or the bile ducts. Based on the limited information you have provided, i can't say for sure. More information regarding your labs/blood tests, symptoms, and history of what has been going on is needed to determine if that test is needed. Read more...
Abdominal discomfort. If the abdominal discomfort is moderately severe and you are tired of living with it, then the nuclear medicine (a hida scan) is a very logical next step. Without any discomfort it will give you an answer about whether your gallbladder is actually inflammed, which is what you care about (i.e., that is what causes the pain). Then you can more decide whether you would want to consider surgery. Read more...
GALLBLADDER POLYPS. Not sure if your symptoms are due to a biliary problem. No history of biliary colic. A hida scan would be indicated to assess for biliary dyskinesia after an endoscopy of your stomach has been done. Read more...
See physician. Physical eamination and certain blood tests to begin with. If symptoms felt related to gall bladder, Then nuclear hida scan may be perfomred to test function of gall bladder. This involves intravenous injection of isotope for visualization of gb and bile ducts. CCK is hormone given intravenously to assess contraction of gb.Determine if gb contributing symptoms. Read more...