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Gastritis, h-Pylori, breath test negative, erosive esophagitis grade A. Advice?

42 yo male. 20/02/2012: Dx : gastritis, h-Pylori + Endoscopy: Chronic active gastritis with erythema 28/03/2012: finiched 7 days HP-PAc tritherapy. 25/05/2012: Breath test negative ....but endoscopy the same day: Erosive esophagitis grade A , ; ( I read a lot of research talking about the relationship between the eradiaction of H-Pylori and the onset of reflux esophagitis. Do someone know about the prognosis of this condition in long term period . I m feling like trading one bad condition with another. Thanks in advance
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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thank you asking HCM
Erosive esophagitis may be related with GERD,
so you will continue the treatment with PPI for 6-8 weeks and after that we can disscuss about the follow up.
wishing you all the best
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