Gastritis

Erosive bulbitis: what is it, symptoms, treatment, diet, what is dangerous

1 Species and features of the disease Features of erosive bulbite. Erosive bulbit is characterized by the development of an inflammatory process in the duodenum, in which ulcers begin to form on its walls. Reasons that lead to the emergence of this pathology: irregular nutrition, hereditary predisposition to gastrointestinal diseases and constant stress. Erosive bulbitis is treated only under the supervision of an experienced doctor. If the disease is not started on time...

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Hyperemic gastropathy: what is it?

1 Hyperemic form of the disease Hyperemic gastropathy is a form of gastropathy with the capture of large areas in the stomach or localization of the inflammation focus in one separate area. It is a complication against a background of gastritis or ulcers. We recommend that you familiarize yourself with What is focal atrophic gastritis What is erythematous gastropathy Symptoms and treatment of chronic, superficial, erosive gastroduodenitis ...

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Is it possible to eat sauerkraut or stewed cabbage with gastritis?

1 Sauerkraut with gastritis Everyone knows that fresh vegetables have a lot of vitamins and nutrients. But people who are sick with gastritis, fresh cabbage can not be used. And what about the sauerkraut, is it possible to eat sauerkraut? Are there vitamins and nutrients in it? We recommend that you read What can not be eaten with gastritis Symptoms and treatment of chronic, superficial, erosive gastroduodenitis Symptoms, treatment and dangerous cons...

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Gastritis with low acidity

Gastritis with low acidity is an inflammatory disease of the gastric mucosa, showing a decrease in the acidity of gastric juice and its ability to break down food. Despite the fact that low acidity is caused by banal gastritis, it is quite a serious disease that carries a real threat to human health. Normal gastric acidity contributes to the protection of the gastrointestinal tract and does not allow various forms of pathogenic microflora to enter the intestine. Reduced gastric acidity ma...

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Gastritis with high acidity: diet, treatment, symptoms

Gastritis with increased acidity is inflammation of the mucous membranes of the stomach, at the base of which is a violation of the functions of the secretory activity of the stomach. Gastritis with increased acidity (hyperacid) is characterized by increased functions of gastric secretion. The disease can get its development for various reasons: Internal: metabolic disorders;  endocrine diseases;  genetic disorders;  chronic infections. External: spicy, hot food; binge eating; tobacco...

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