gastritis, why wont it go away?

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does gastritis have a cure or is it forever?  i took the triple therapy treatment for ten days but then made the mistake of drinking milk and it messed me up even more!  whats going on?  what should i do in this case?  can someone please tell me what happened when the antibiotics left my stomach sensitive and i made the mistake of drinking milk, what happened that it left my stomach with acid and more sensitive?  can someone please tell me.  thank you. 

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    Yes you will cure it. What i have learned from any stomach issues are to give it time to heal. No dairy, sugar, gluten, and tough to chew foods. Eat small amounts of food through out the day that are soft and easy to digest. I even ate baby food make sure you read the ingredients. No citric acid or lemon.

    Give it time, stress less, and try not tp think about it. It will be gone before you know it. Goodluck!

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      hi farhana

      i m also suffering with gastritis and took triple therapy, and it was healing , but suddenly i took some salty yogurt in local shrine and still having the upset stomach. could you please recommend wht to eat, coz i m veg.

      plz help............thnx

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      Take rice and boil it with carrots, zucchini, green papaya, and Loki untill it becomes real soft like a paste. Eat that through out the day. Banana if you can. Cold milk if you can tolerate.
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    I'm in the same position as you I was diagnosed yesterday with chronic gastritis which I can only attribute to severe stress. I couldn't sleep last night wondering if it would ever go and if in the meantime I'm damaging myself further by worrying its like a vicious circle.

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      I can totally relate to you. I'm going to speak to my doctor on Friday and will see what she says and what she recommends. Lots of people say to be positive which is easier said than done. I hope we can both find positive solutions to this. I used to be very healthy but suffer from severe stress at times so this must be why I now have this. I hope you get better soon and we can move on from this.

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      I've had gastritis for two years now and I've done everything. Paleo diet, gluten free, dairy free soy free, probiotics, ppi meds and it absolutely will not stop. I don't have h pylori and doctors don't know what's causing mine. I've tried absolutely everything but ...to no success.

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      have you heard of edema around ampullary region im so worried i dont know what that means i had a endoscopy and they did a biopsy that said that and mild gastritis can you please tell me what that is or anyone on here who knows about it thank you

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      Gastritis is inflammation of the stomach. Edema around ampullary region just means excess fluid around the ampullary region, which could quite easily be excess bile. This is what I have. This is causing me to get Gastritis (it's backing up in to my stomach and liver). I'm going on meds to help thin the bile to get through my narrow bile duct (meds ready to collect on Tuesday) however they say it may work, but probably not significantly, or it may not help at all. If it doesn't I may get my bile duct redirected to prevent this from happening anymore. Either way it's all fixable 😃

      If yours is very painful like mine then avoid crbonated drinks like cola, chocolate, fatty foods. Try not to get too hungry it'll make it hurt more. When the pain gets bad lie down in quite an upright position with lots of cushions under your back. For me the pressure under the area helps with the pain. Avoid anti-inflammatory drugs, and don't do too much exercise etc as it just makes it jiggle around and even more painful.

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