Bile reflux and gastritis

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I have gastritis with a lot of bile and metaplasia. Has anybody got this and can anyone suggest treatments please. I am very worried.

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    There are meds to control bile reflux. Ask your Doc to help you out. This is first thing to do get your bile under control. Are you taking meds for gastritis. If not and not working. Also there are a lot of meds for that Also. So be strong and smart about your problems. Hope you try and talk to pcp or get a second opinion. Good luck.
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      Am taking  ranitidine and lanzoprezole and hospital have suggested erythromycin as well. Prokinetics drugs not got good reputation as

      can cause arrhythmia. I am just so scared this will lead to cancer. Thank you for replying.  What drugs do you know of to control bile.


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      Oxbile. This may help with bile. Google it and see what you think. It has helped people with bile problems. Good Luck.😄

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      You did say there's are meds to control bile reflux, can you tell what they are please, thank you for your help.


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      Hi, I also have bile in my stomach very often which resulted in gastritis and the pain is awful. I had my gallbladder taken out and that's when this started for me. I've done a lot of research for years and tried many medications and there's nothing that can control it. Prokinectics drugs help but as you said can't be taken for long due to side effects. There's sucralfate ( cytoprotective) to protect lining of stomach but it doesn't treat the cause. It's a life long disease chronic and just like you I'm afraid of the gastric cancer it can cause in long term. There's a surgery called duodenal switch ( Deemester) that diverts bile from the stomach without causing too much malabsorption. So if you can't control it like me have a look at that option. This is a really painful condition. God help us

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