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What are the treatment options for gastric mucosal prolapse with gastric erosion and duodenitis in the biopsy report ?

Hi Doctor, I have recently consulted gastroentologist as had problem of bloting. 1) Mild chest Pain(1 Year) 2) Feeling of bloting and pain in middle above stomach ( 1 Year) 3) Lower abdomen pain (Last 5 Months approx) 4) I do not have problem of constipation He did biopsy and taken medium specimen test and complete blood and liver functions test. All my blood tests are fine and in liver functions only SGPT is 55 Biopsy report says:- 1)Lax Les/Gastric Mucosal Prolapse 2)Gastric Erosions|Body and Antrum 3)Duodenitis Do I need to undergo surgery, he has given some medicines for a week and asked me to meet him
Asked On : Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum

From what I understand you have been suffering with abdominal complaints for around an year. Various test and endoscopy was done. Endoscopy revealed Lax Lower esophageal sphlincter with some gastric polyps and erosions in the stomach.
You have not specified the biopsy report. That is important to know the nature of problem and to plan the treatment.

Based on the details given, the condition can be treated by conservatively with medication, strict diet and lifestyle. Surgery is rarely needed.

Continue to medications given. You should be fine. Discuss your biopsy report with your doctor.

Hope this helps.

Wish you good health.

Answered: Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pradeep G Naik's  Response
Dear venki.284, welcome to HCM.
Had it been very good if u had posted the name of the medicines given. from the history, it doesnt seem that u will require surgery. I strictly suggest you to follow up with the gastroenterologist for a complete and a better opinion based on ur clinical view also.
thank you,
hav a happy time.:-)
Answered: Mon, 2 Apr 2012
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