Hello and welcome to HCM.
Thank you for your query.
Your query and all the information is quite beneficial for a doctor to reach a diagnosis.
I would first and most importantly like to point out that there still exists an ulcer in your stomach (if that was the location seen on the endoscopy
), that has been left untreated.
From the experience I have with gastric ulcer patients, almost all of them are linked with headaches
, and almost all of them complain of headaches.
These could be misdiagnosed as vascular headaches, migraines, or any other form of headache. But in my opinion, the most likely cause for the headache other than the slight dislocation of the cervical spine
, is the presence of an untreated ulcer, which is being constantly aggravated with each meal, resulting in the headache.
Ulcer treatment is slow and takes time, you might/will not notice any drastic improvement overnight. At the least, I would advise an ulceroprotective solution called sucralfate
(sucralfil brand available in India), which can prevent further aggravation of the ulcer. Although, treatment of an ulcer or gastritis
of H.Pylori origin includes antibiotics (at least 2) and omeprazole
Please consult your doctor and initiate the treatment of the ulcer, I am more than sure you will start to notice that your headaches will subside.
Also, consult a nutritionist who will advise a diet that will prevent the aggravation/progression of ulcers.
I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications at: http://doctor.healthcaremagic.com/doctors/dr-shoaib-khan/64581 . I would gladly help you.