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father was diagnosed with a peptic ulcer can you help with suggestions naturally without the use of medication? He takes others and was told taken medications could lead to other things.

A: To treat an ulcer it is very important to identify the cause of an ulcer and which stage it is on. peptic ulcers can be too stubborn and can come and go. Try these home remedies for peptic ulcer – Identify which food is causing much problem, maintain a food diary and note down the foods which you consume. If pizzas or pastas are causing problem avoid them completely till the ulcer is healed. Have small frequent meals instead of three large ones. Aloe vera juice helps to relieve the pain, decrease the symptoms and heal
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peptic ulcer?

A: 18 Feb 2012 It doesn''t really matter which one you take first... just separate the doses by 2 to 3 hours. Personally I would probably take the Prilosec and blood pressure medicine first... and then take sucralfate after 3 hours. Sucralfate is an anti-ulcer medication. Sucralfate is not greatly absorbed into the body through the digestive tract. It works mainly in the lining of the stomach by adhering to ulcer sites and protecting them from acids, enzymes, and bile salts. Sucralfate is used to treat an active duodenal ulcer. Sucralfate can heal an active ulcer, but it will not prevent future

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hep c , peptic ulcers and possible m.d. and yeast? - Is this some yeast or mold infection

A: Hello. You have a long history of Hepatitis C. Blood transfusion is a common route of transmission of this viralinfection. The infection can also spread via other body fluids, especially the seminal fluid. If you receivedblood transfusions during the surgery for the gastric ulcers, the virus may have entered through thetransfusion(s). Hepatitis C is also the commonest cause of chronic (long term) hepatitis. Infection of the liver causesinflammati
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Magnesium Chloride - I have peptic ulcers, can I take magnesium cholrida?

A: Have you been diagnosed by a doctor? You should not take magnesium chloride if you have a stomach ulcer. Your doctor will be able to prescribe a more effective medication. For more information@@## see: http://www.drugs.com/enc/peptic-ulcer.html http://www.drugs.com/mtm/magnesium-chloride.html...


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peptic ulcer ? What are the symptoms?

A: I have peptic ulcer disease and havent had surgery yet. Sometimes it is severe pain in my upper part of mystomach like under my diaphragm. Sometimes it is an ache. I am on aciphex20mg 3 times a day and carafate. Don''t mess around with them. If you thinkthis is what you have see your doctor and get a scope done. Are you on anymeds for Gerd or gi problems? My pain is in the right upper quadrant and shoots through to the back; verysimilar to GB pain, but mine''s been gone for 25 years! I also getnauseous....


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What kind of pain med.should be taken for a peptic ulcer?i''m taking bentyl,and carafate?

A: Hello, The most effective treatments are combinations of 2 antibiotics (e.g. Clarithromycin, Amoxicillin, Tetracycline, Metronidazole) and 1 proton pump inhibitor (PPI), sometimes together with a bismuth compound. In complicated, treatment-resistant cases, 3 antibiotics (e.g. amoxicillin + clarithromycin + metronidazole) may be used together with a PPI and sometimes with bismuth compound. An effective first-line therapy for uncomplicated cases would be Amoxicillin + Metronidazole + Pantoprazole (a PPI). In the absence of H. pylori, long-term higher dose PPIs are often used. Talk to your doctor about narcotics, opioids are very addicting. So...


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In a person requiring an antiplatelet (due to TIAs), but with a past history of peptic ulcer disease, is there any guidance available regarding with antiplatelet to choose?

A: PRODIGY has recently published a guideline on antiplatelets [1], this discusses the GI problems.  The guidelines rates “History of peptic ulcer disease (even if Helicobacter pylori was not initially present or was subsequently eradicated).” As a factor:   “…likely to be the most strongly associated with a risk of serious GI adverse effects from the use of low-dose aspirin”   It later has a section “What should I do if a person on aspirin is at increased risk of gastrointestinal adverse effects, or develops severe dyspepsia?” which reports:   “Ensure...
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What are the newest drugs approved for the management of peptic ulcer disease?

A: The best way I can help you is ... the links below has medicines used in treating peptic ulcers. If you select a particular medicine .. for some medicines, on the main page, on the right hand side it gives information@@## about FDA approval history. Hope this helps you. http://www.drugs.com/condition/peptic-ulcer.html...


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Tell me more about ulcers in children.

A: ulcer is caused primarily by H.pylori infection in adults. But, drug administration, bacterial infection, as a secondary infection (with respect to burns) are a few of the culprits. Though, ulcers are rare in childern, care is essential. Prominent symptoms are burning pain, weight loss, nausea, vomitting and difficulty in feeding. Avoid soda, beverages and caffeinated foods to prevent from increased acid secretion. For more information@@##, visit, http://www.home-remedies-for-you.com/remedy/peptic-
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What can I take over-the-counter for a stomach ulcer?

A: The definition of peptic ulcer disease (http://www.everydayhealth.com/digestive-health/ulcer/index.aspx) consists of a breakdown of the stomach, esophageal, or intestinal lining due to the corrosive effect of acid. Causes of peptic ulcer may include infections caused by the bacteria H. pylori, chronic use of NSAIDs such as ibuprofen, aspirin or naproxen, and others. peptic ulcer usually requires a diagnosis by a physician. The physician sometimes orders specific lab and diagnostic testing such as endoscopy to physically...


 
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