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Suffer from severe gas problem. X-ray showing enlarged bowels and liver with stones in kidney. H Pylori positive. Fundal gastritis. Suggestions?

Dear Dr.. I was suffering with severe gastric problem.. My Gastroenterologist suggested me to go for Some test. Initial X ray stomach, he said bowels are enlarged, USG says, bowel gas, enlarged liver some small 3mm stones in both kidney.. Further Blood H.Pilari positive, But the same is negative in Stool. Endoscopy taken CLO test negative. Impression is FUNDAL GASTRITIS,,BX, DUODENTIS BX COLONOSCOPY SAYS..MILD PROCTITIS , STRICTURE AT DISTAL TRAVERSE COLON COULD NOT PASS BEYOND THAT? pl suggest me what is the problem... Biopsy taken awaiting for results, Currently takeing PARIET 20 mg...
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Hello! Thanks for putting your query in HCM. I am a Gastroenterologist (DM).

Most important pathology is stricture at distal end of transverse colon, I hope biopsy was taken from that stricture. This stricture may be either inflammatory or malignant. Let's wait for the report of biopsy to see the nature of stricture

About the gastric problem, Fundal gastritis and duodenitis may be inflammatory, infectious or non specific, again biopsy is taken and we should wait for the report of biopsy to confirm the nature of these lesion

Meanwhile continue with tab Pariet. Meanwhile I will advise you to take low fibre diet to prevent any obstruction, take a prokinetic agent like itopride, and Tab Gasex by himalaya

I hope I have answered your query and this will help you. Remain in touch and upload the report of biopsy and get-well soon.
Answered: Wed, 24 Jul 2013
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