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Have duodenal ulcer, bleeding duodenum. Endoscopy report shows mild gastro-duodenitis. Will it be cured by Rabeprazole-DSR?

I had duodenal ulcer and suffered from malena suddenly. I rush to doctor and there was bleeding in 1st patr of duodenum . After 4 months, another endoscopy report that Ist part duodenum had Erythema(+) and impression is mild gastro- duodenitis . doctor advise me to take Rebeprazol-DSR for another 2 months. My question is Is there any food restriction for completely cure? Is it totaly curable by this medicine only?
Fri, 16 May 2014
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Thank for asking to asking HCM
I really appreciate your concern, looking to the history given here this is acid peptic disease with the formation of duodenum lesion because of the more secretion of acid this happens, as long as the diet is concern you need to eat more alkali food like green vegetable which can be eat as raw avoid citric food and fruit avoid coffee and alcohol, smoking, prior to bed, hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
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