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Will bananas and pineapples help me in ulcer with gastritis ?

Hello, I m a 30 year old man (height:179cm, weight:75kg) first diagnosed with stomach ulcer 2 years ago. Some time last year I was admitted having suffered from gastritis - which in my opinion is ulcer related. I used to love apples and oranges but was warned against them as it doesn t help my situation. I do a lot of bananas and pineapples and then once in a while paw-paw. My questions go thus: do these fruits help improve my condition? does ulcer eventually disappear? and can ulcer lead to cancer? And yes I have also practically given up on my beloved Coca-Cola as well as other fizzy drinks.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for query,
If you have stomach ulcer,you should take treatment.
You might have on omeprazole tablet.
Fruits does not give relief from ulcer.
Chronic gastritis or ulcer many a time go for cancer changes if not treated.
Avoid fried,chillies,junk food.
Take milk diet,butter milk.
ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 5 Jul 2011
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General Surgeon Dr. Preetam's  Response
so Mr anonymous, start taking Tab Pantocid DSR twice daily for 2 weeks and then keep taking it jus once daily and u can eat and drink anything u want to. in todays age any ulcer which is not cancer is treated by these wonder drugs of which i have suggested one to you. after say a month u will not even need to take the tablet daily. one more thing consult a gastroenterologist and please get an endoscopy done, and yes although i suggest it at last that should be ur first priority
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