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Has anyone else been diagnosised with acute gastritis after having surgery?

A: Whats your surgeons opinion? hi dawn i am one year out and i have acute gastritis, it is terrbly painfulbut my surgen is treating it with prilesec and malox 2x a day and it hasgotten better, i have a oppointment tommarrow and i will find more outthen, could you email me with what it feels like when you have a attack?mine feel like i am in labor i have alot of back pain and adominal pain, inmy oppinion a reversal is alot easier said then done i would not do it ihear it is more life thretning than the first sugery and it doesn''t alwayswork meaning you old stomak my never work right again, i would look intohow this can be treated that is what i am doing right now, please email memaybe we can give each outher support as we go through this:)...


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What causes acute gastritis?

A: gastritis can develop whenever the stomach''s protective layer becomes weakened or damaged. A mucus-lined barrier protects the walls of your stomach from the acids that help digest your food. Weakness would allow acids to damage your stomach. The following can cause gastritis:Bacterial infectionBile reflux diseaseExcessive alcohol useOveruse of pain relieversStress (which causes 99.9% of everything)...


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acute gastritis or peptic ulcer may result in?

A: Severe pain is likely to occur. Pathologically, erosion of the stomach lining (epithelium) may occur, especially if untreated, and in extreme cases, perforation of the stomach or duodenum may occur....


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Does acute gastritis give you diarrhea?

A: That can be one symptom, yes. Along with cramps, pain, gas, bloating....


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gastritis treatment from olive oil

A: gastritis in not a condition on its own, but a term used to describe a group of stomach conditions. An inflammation of the stomach lining is the common factor among all these related stomach ailments. The inflammation of the stomach lining is believed to be caused by certain bacteria that enter into the stomach through contaminated food or water. However, there are other factors as well that can lead to gastritis. Traumatic injury to the stomach, excessive consumption of alcohol and the excessive use of pain killers are also known to adversely affect the stomach lining, thus leading to gastritis. gastritis can be sub-divided into two categories; acute
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How long does gastritis generally last? Also does it cause mental discomfort and bad thoughts as well cause I?ve been feeling it for long now especially during the mornings.

A: gastritis is the term given to the condition where your stomach’s lining either gets inflamed or irritated. However, this condition could have a wide variety of causes. What you do experience is discomfort or, often, even pain in your abdomen. This is sometimes referred to as dyspepsia. Scientifically, there is no connection between gastritis and discomfort of the mental kind. This does not mean that it’s abnormal. Mental pain is so often linked to physical pain and that could be what is happening in your case. Try to focus on happy or positive thoughts and emotions when you feel such an attack. Keep in mind that gastritis is manageable. Another thing is that one could have

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is milk good for you if you suffer gastritis?

A: gastritis is a condition in which the stomach lining becomes inflamed, typically causing a “stomach upset” with some amount of abdominal pain. gastritis can be caused by several different factors. Among the more common factors is excessive consumption of alcohol, which could irritate the stomach lining. Long term use of certain drugs could also have a similar effect. Among the most common culprits are aspirin and ibuprofen, painkillers (or rather, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs – NSAIDs) that many people tend to use indiscriminately. However, these are of course not the only causes of gastritis. An infection can also lead to gastritis, and so can stress and certain...


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What is gastritis?

A: gastritis is a condition in which inflammation of stomach lining known as mucosa. The stomach lining contains special cells that produce acid and enzymes, which help break down food for digestion, and mucus, which protects the stomach lining from acid. When the stomach lining is inflamed, it produces less acid, enzymes, and mucus. #acute gastritis is a sudden inflammation of the stomach lining. #Chronic gastritis is a long-standing inflammation of the stomach lining. Repeated exposure to many physical and chemical agents can cause chronic gastritis. Causes: Normally excess consumption of alcohol can harm to every part of the body. Alcohol can irritates the stomach...


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What Is Erosive gastritis?

A: gastritis refers to a group of conditions that involve the inflammation of the lining of the stomach. With instances of erosive gastritis, the stomach lining is not only inflamed, it has also started to wear away. This type of condition typically develops slowly; however, a patient may also be stricken with it abruptly. It can occur in otherwise healthy people.. A subcategory of erosive gastritis is called acute stress gastritis. This condition can occur suddenly, due to a serious injury or illness. acute stress gastritis commonly occurs due to major bleeding injuries or burns that cover an extensive area of the skin....


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What is gastritis

A: What is gastritis and what causes it? A general answer to what is gastritis and also what cause it is very simple. gastritis is a condition which implies inflammation of the stomach lining. The stomach lining has special cells that produce acids and enzymes which process food. The stomach lining also produces mucus to protect the lining from acids. An inflamed stomach lining causes decreased production of acids, enzymes and mucus. gastritis may be either chronic or acute in nature. Either condition requires appropriate treatment to avoid discomfort or pain in the upper abdomen. Certain gastritis causes that could lead to discomfort in the...


 
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