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Feel full after few bites, no appetite. Had a GI bleed due to H Pylori ulcer. What's the problem ?

About 7 years ago I had aGI bleed due to an ulcer caused by H Pylori (spelling?) too make a long story short I had also been taking 2 325 mg Asa a day as I am an RN and you know how nurse like to treat them self.I was afraid of strokes.Prior to the bleed, for good many months I would get full after eating a few bites of solid food. I thought this was due tommy dentures as liquids did ok.aftermthenendoscopy, a couple,days later , I told my husband they had unleashed a monster in me, I could not get full.they also told me I had a tortuous esophagus and some had to have their esophagus dilated often.I have had that problem for about 6 months and have just scheduled an endoscopy the first of April, hoping this is the problem.i have no other SSS. Just no appetite after a few bites, I don t feel full, just satisfied.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Hi there. I know I'm coming to your question very late and that you probably have been sorted by now. I would however just like to make the point that if you want to use ASA for stroke prevention to dose is 75 mg per day and not the 650 mg that you were taking. That unnecessarily high dose will give you a chronic gastritis and this may have been a large part of your problem. Good luck.
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