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im dignotized that i have chronic antrum active gastritis with h pylori,, im with the treterapy drugs,,, my question is can i accure my chronic gastritis after eradicate hpylori???

chronic means all my life????

help me please

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    Chronic does not necessarily means all life. But it may take time. You will need to change your eating habits and life style. Don't panic about it, but take a positive approach to handle the problem. Chronic gastritis is common among people, but yes, it takes up a lot of effort to get rid of it. Don't overthink about it, save yourself from anxiety and nervousness, as it is common to get one because of frustration. There are many examples where people have successfully treated chronic gastritis. It is mainly about getting the right treatment.

    Also search for herbal medicines like:


    Mastic gum

    Betaine HCL pepsin and gential bitters

    Check their reviews, people have got good results from them.

  • Posted

    I found mastika gum brilliant...have been able to come off 80mg of of luck....

    • Posted

      Did you use Mastic gum yourself? How much time did it take to take effect?

    • Posted

      Yes I am using mastika myself,it was just two weeks when I got relief..i take two going to bed..I am still taking it becsuse I am afraid the pain will come back...

    • Posted

      Thanks for your reply.

      Since how much time you are taking it?

    • Posted

      you have chronic gastritis with hp???

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    Chronic means long term or life long. PPI medication, a strict, bland diet and stress management can help to control chronic gastritis. H Pylori can trigger gastritis and ulcers; getting rid of this stomach bacteria will help you to feel better. However, I don't know whether it will cure your gastritis because it is chronic and everyone is different.

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