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How to treat gerd with prolapsed gastric mucosa permanently

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I have been taking Sompraz L tablet for gastric/acidity/chest burn issues as per your advise. I ... the course has finished! Is there a permanent solution for this? Would I be needing to take tablets everyday ...

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How how to treat GRED. What are the right meds and when and how much do I take. Are there any special elements to help ...

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Hi, My Mom is suffering from GERD disease kindly tell how this can be treated. Also provide the treatment and provide the hospitals for surgery in XXXXXXX ...

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be permanent and I want to know what I can do to make it stop and return to how I used to be with no issues ...Hello, so back when I was a teenager I had GERD or acid reflux really bad. I had to take ...

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hi i am a 28 years old female with migraine , GERD , TMJ , and yesterdayfor the 1st time i felt ... pain, 8 months ago i found out i have TMJ, for the past 3 years ive had GERD and Migraine for 8 yrs now ...

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Hi doctors I have GERD with prolapsed gastric mucosa according to the endoscope all the symptoms are typical on me I took ppI and sometimes H2 blockers with prokinetics as domperidone or meteclopramide (I ...

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results show GERD. Can this be treated completely and how can the CRP level come down?Kindly give ...Hi.My wife is facing gastric problem for the past 4 years and has been regularly visiting ...

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, cymbalta, effexor, elavil, and Wellbutrin. All caused severe side effects. I have IBS, GERD, GAVE (gastric antral vascular ectasia, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, hypothyroidism, and mitral valve prolapse. What ...

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Will GERD and bacteria H.Pylori to recur back? Because around 1 year half year i didn t complain gastric. But recently, become one month my stomach pain become seriously. On this year January i very pain ...

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hospitalized due to High BP, which was my first experience .Some how it got controlled and Dr find hyperanxiety,Hyperacidity and GERD disorder is the key symptom .Then it move to next level that is panic attack or one can says ...

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Dear Doctor, I m 38 years old mom, i have been diagnosed with Hiatal Hernia, esophagitis, ulcer, GERD. I also have halitosis which greatly affect my social relations to other people. My doctor ...

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Iam an GERD patient for quite some time now. On and off I get this Tasteless mouth. From last two weeks I have lost sensing taste of food I take. I am an vegetarian and I do not smoke and eat Non Veg ...

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My friend has a ca+ serum level of 14! and a 9.5 cm mass on his spleen. Gerd symptoms over a 6 mos period and weight loss prompted him seeking medical advice. He lost 20 # s over a 3 week period because ...

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I am female, 79, caucsian, have had GERD for at least seven years. I have treated the symptoms with probiotics, digestive enzymes and occasionally rolaids. Lately, I have been experiencing a feeling of less ...

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I am a 61 year old female with GERD and a 5 centimeter hiatal hernia. My gastro doctor referred me to a surgeon to have the hernia repaired and have the fundoplication procedure. My GERD is controlled ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Avoid over-eating, too much fluids at a time, spicy or fat-rich foods and take famotidine/domperidone like medicines on empty stomach! avoid stress, late nights, late dinners etc... get upper GI endoscopy for follow up! all the best...

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Hello dear GERD=gastro esophaageal reflux disease-caused by reflux of gastric contents back to esophagus due to poor tone of sphinctor.It is not a dangerous condition;but if uncontrolled for a longtime,can lead to esophageal cancer.But this can be well treated with drugs like PPIs.When this fails,surgery can be done. Avoid alcohol,smoking,spicy/oily items.Avoid food/drink 2hours before sleep.

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Hello, Acidity is due to more acid secretion of the stomach. This affects the gastric mucosa and crates inflammation. So this causes indigestion and fullness of the stomach. In the later this may progress to GERD(gastroesophageal reflux disease) and cause regurgitation of the gastric acids into the esophagus.