Gastric inflammation

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I am presently taking omeprazole Dr 20mg for Epigastric ( stomach inflammation which causes stomach pains) and I read that this medication can...

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Hi there,

Omeprazole is a type of medication that reduces the amount of acid that the stomach produces. This is usually used in people with...

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hi i have been diagonised with mild chronic gastritus .Also H pyolori id +2. Please suggest me food.

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Thank you for the query.

Before foods suggestion some explanation first. Chronic gastritis is most commonly caused by Helicobacter Pylori...

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my husband has been diagnosed with UGI scopy is normal ,the gastric mucosal biopsy showed evidence of chronic gastritis positive for hpylori...

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It is possible that all his symptoms are related to his H.Pylori infection, which can lead to gastritis (stomach inflammation), and therefore pain...

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