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Detected H Pylori, liver enzymes increased, fatty changes in liver. Diarrhea, weakness after having Pantocid HP, Heptral. Solution?

I was prescribed to perform endoscopy of upper GI and other tests like LFT, lipid profile , uric acid , thyriod. etc. When the result came it is found that H pylori is there and Some engyme of liver also increased. USG report shows fatty changes in liver. My doctor prescribed me Pantocid HP, Heptral 400. When i take the first dose of both medicine at night, next morning i had diarrehhea and had abnormal taste(bitter taste), i felt weakness also. Please suggest what to do.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.

Well, these 2 symtpoms are side effects of Heptral. So you and your doctor should decide can you accept that and live with it or you can change therapy. Usually first grade fatty liver is treated with life habits changes and medicines arent even necessary. Some doctors dont prescribe it in the beginning especailly if there is no elevation in lver enzymes..
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Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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