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Ulcers in stomach, gastritis, candida in oesophagus, start of stomach cancer ?

i went for an endoscopy and they found erosions seen in my lower stomach and gastritis lower body and antrum also z-line squamo-columnar junction distance 40 cm. they also found candida mild throughout my oesophagus everything else was normal. Is the above anything to worry about because my father died when he was 46 of stomach problems. I dont have anyother information about my father as we wasnt close and didnt see eachother all i know is that he did have celiak disease and he died due to stomach problems so now im worried that the hospital findings in my stomach may result in the same as my father or it maybe even the start of cancer .
Asked On : Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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Hello Tinasmith

Dont worry just be relax, because too much worry may also cause gastritis.
Reduce on your intake of hot, citrus and spicy food.
Have food at regular timings.
Drink 1glass of luke warm milk at night.
Drink 3lts of water daily.
take tab amla 2tab twice after food.
tab yastimadhu 2tab twice before food.
Tab haritaki 1bed time
Take all the above for 1month and let me know how you are feeling after that.

Take care

Answered: Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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