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Not a virus...it is a bacteria called H. pylori.
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I am not aware of sweeteners (sugars or artificial sweeteners) causing problems for stomach ulcers.  That being said, too much alcohol can make...
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No. If this person truly has gastric ulcers, she should be under the care of a good medical provider and on medications that will WORK to alleviate...
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This is a popular question that I get a lot at the pharmacy. For a headache, you can take Tylenol or acetaminophen. This medication is safe to take...
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Treatment of NSAID-induced ulcers involves discontinuing the NSAID, reducing stomach acid with H2-blockers (for example, ranitidine (Zantac)...
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Generally these are the dietary suggestions: * Use small feedings. Include some high-protein foods to speed healing. * Avoid personal intolerances...
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It used to be recommended that people with ulcers consume a bland diet but there is no evidence to show this is effective.  The key is to adopt...
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You might want to ask doctor why you are not on carafate liquid to coat and protect your ulcer, in addition. Percocet is okay, you can't take...
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Yes, that can happen. It is called a perforation. Hopefully (if you have an ulcer), you are on some appropriate medications. Vomiting yellow liquid...
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Yes milk tends to aggravate an ulcer. Try to avoid spicy foods, acidic foods, cinnamon, peppermint, soda, popcorn, and chocolate. Do try to eat a...
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I ask your doctor to do a ct scan of your stomach. You want to make shore the inside and the outside of the stomach is good.
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The jury is still out on this question. No exact cause for the development of stomach ulcers has been established with any degree of scientific...
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It's important to adopt a balanced, nutrient-rich diet to help the ulcer heal and keep your body healthy. Small frequent meals (4-6 times) tend...
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Histamine H2 receptor antagonists are medications used to treat stomach ulcers that work by decreasing the amount of acid produced by the stomach (e...
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This hormone causes the stomach to produce too much acid, which can cause stomach and duodenal ulcers.