Foods to Eat With a Peptic Ulcer

Foods to Eat With a Peptic Ulcer Many people who have a peptic ulcer can eat whatever they want with no problems. Though for a long time it had been a widely held belief that spicy foods or a stressful job were what caused peptic ulcers, doctors now know that a bacterial infection or some medications cause most peptic ulcers.… Read More »

Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers

Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers Common symptoms include: Pain which is worse between meals or in the middle of the night, and eased by eating (duodenal ulcer) Pain which is aggravated by eating (stomach ulcer) Pain which can last anywhere from a few minutes to hours Pain which can disappear for days or weeks at a time… Read More »

Treatment options for ulcers

Treatment options for ulcers Ulcers caused by H. pylori will most likely need to be treated with antibiotics. Strict adherence to your treatment plan and close follow-up with your doctor are the best ways to make sure your treatments are effective and your ulcers are healing. You will also be prescribed a medication that temporarily keeps your… Read More »

Stomach Ulcer Diet

Stomach Ulcer Diet Overview Stomach ulcers are open sores that develop within the lining of your stomach. According to the American College of Gastroenterology, an organization of doctors who specialize in the digestive tract, there is no specific diet a person with ulcers needs to follow. Food choices don’t cause ulcers or make them worse. Current diet… Read More »

Diet for Ulcer Disease

Diet for Ulcer The cause of your ulcer will determine the type of medical treatment that your physician recommends. If caused by NSAID use, then your doctor may discontinue prescribing NSAID medication, suggest a different pain medication, or continue NSAID use and add another medication to protect your stomach and duodenum, such as a proton… Read More »

GERD: Esophageal Erosion and Ulcers

GERD: Esophageal Erosion The backup, or reflux, of stomach acids and juices into the esophagus that occurs with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can wear away (erode) the lining of the esophagus and cause sores, called ulcers. GERD is caused when stomach acid and juices reflux into the esophagus. This happens when the valve between the lower end… Read More »

16 Ways to Get Rid of Canker Sores

How long do canker sores last? Canker sores (aphthous ulcers) occur inside your mouth or on your gums. Although they can be painful and make it difficult to talk or eat, they usually don’t cause lasting damage. Most canker sores heal on their own within a couple of weeks. Several home remedies can help speed… Read More »

Whats New Egg Study Means for the Beloved Breakfast Food –

Whats New Egg Study Means for the Beloved Breakfast Food – Eggs are back in the news, with another examination reasoning that ordinary utilization of the adored breakfast nourishment may build the danger of coronary illness all things considered. The huge, long-running investigation — distributed today (March 15) in the diary JAMA — found… Read More »