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Ulcer Problem.

Hi all, I am having Ulcer problem since the past 1 year. Before 6 months I felt vomiting when i am getting hungry. But nowadays I am feeling vomiting frequently, even after eating food. Kindly give me some suggestions like what to eat, what to don't eat and what exercise shall i do to overcome this. Thanks in advance for your reply. Thanks and Regards Shahul
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jun 2008
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  User's Response

I am havingt ulcer too with liver cirrhosis.

Dr.Prescribed Omeprazole 20mg 2 times daily 15 mins before meal.

Also he advised to avoid fried food,junk food,beef,mutton,sour,milk & milk item,also to avoid some foods which my stomach can't tolerate.

A healthy & hygene life can give you good & healthy stomach.

Also please ask your doctor to make a pathology test called H.PYLORI the bactoria are responsible for ULCER.

If you get positve he will advice you a combined therapy such a Claritate+amoxicilin+omeprazole.

Best of luck



Answered: Mon, 14 Sep 2009
Homeopath Dr. Sunil Pandey's  Response
dear p"t......
firstly stoped all medicines......
u may take ALLOVERA pulp with sugar.
papaya, banana. & larg qunatity of water.
homoeopathic medicine R.......symphytum 30.....T.D.S.X 7 days
Answered: Fri, 18 Mar 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Nirmal's  Response
hi welcome to healthcaremagic
Here are the foods to be included and foods to be avoided for a proper diet for gastritis:
Include: Leafy vegetables, wheat bran, unpolished rice, fresh fruits, vegetable salads, coconut water, carrot juice, banana, low dairy foods.
Avoid: Coffee, alcohol, whole milk, cream, meat, pork, orange juice, soda, spicy foods, hot cocoa, beans, broccoli.

Certain medications such as pain killer can result in gastritis. If you are taking such medicines, consult your doctor who can prescribe a different medicine in their place. Cutting down on smoking and alcohol intake is also important to prevent gastritis. A proper diet for gastritis combined with stress managing methods and lifestyle changes can help in preventing gastritis.
Answered: Sat, 4 Jun 2011
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General Surgeon Dr. Akshata Powar's  Response
consult a gastroentrologist and get an upper gi endoscopy done, the medications are to be taken only after taking the endoscopy report into consideration.
Answered: Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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Anyone suffering from heartburn needs have a special acid reflux diet. Here you will learn what foods are safe for you to eat, what foods you should avoid, heartburn-free recipes, and meal plans consisting of heartburn-friendly foods. To come up with this acid reflux diet, you will need to find out exactly which foods are considered safe. Most doctors and other health care professionals recommend that in order to control symptoms, an acid reflux diet should exclude certain foods that are known to increase stomach acid. Tomatoes and citrus fruits, for example, are highly acidic.
Answered: Thu, 10 Jul 2008
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