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Because you are advancing your diet, it could be a normal transition as long as it does not last but only your doctor will know for sure. I would...
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Hi have a read of this site will give you more answers than I can.The Link, http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/condition/gastritisjust copy into...
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People still may die from gastritis, or inflammation of the stomach lining. Of course treatment has improved greatly with the advent...
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There are numerous "gastric drugs" and each one would have their own side-effect profile. Since I do not know what you are taking (and why)...
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The "enter" part. Gastritis only involves the stomach (like vomiting), whereas gastroenteritis involves botht he stomach and the intestines...
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http://www.livestrong.com/article/366512-a-list-of-foods-that-you-can-eat-with-gastritis/
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Here are a few tips that will help with gastritis. Eat smaller, more frequent meals.  If you are having frequent indigestion, eating smaller...
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it is not IBS...it is bile reflux...u can probably get GERD or gastritis or even peptic ulcer if this condition is prolonged....
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Although research suggests that people who stop exercising gain more weight over time than people who stay active, everyone is different. Exercise...
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Simple answer: Ask you doctor -- someone who is familiar with your case and medical history. While a small amount of caffeine may not be...
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The symptoms also resemble gallbladder, kidney, or bladder stones; however these should have already been ruled out with a CAT Scan. My mother...
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im currently in the same boat as you,ugh and i find that instant plain oatmeal with bananas ,and yogurt with canned peaches and bananas work well,i...
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I would stay away from:drinks like - coffee, hot chocolate, alcoholanything spicy like peppersanything hard to digest like stringy meats, fried foods...
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Gastritis is a condition in which the stomach lining—known as the mucosa—is inflamed. The stomach lining contains special cells that produce acid and...
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Medications that reduce the amount of acid in the stomach can relieve symptoms that may accompany gastritis and promote healing of the stomach lining...
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