causes of constipation with gastritis
Constipation
Dr. I. Farahat

6 Possible Causes of Constipation with Gastritis & 6 Tips to Treat.

Gastritis is not known to cause constipation. However, some studies linked the eradication of H. pylori (a stomach bug that causes gastritis) to the relief of constipation. Other possible causes of constipation with gastritis are associated constipation disorders, decreased food intake, faulty diet habits, psychological stress, and some medications.

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Sharp upper stomach pain
Abdominal Pain
Dr. I. Farahat

Sharp Pain In The Upper Stomach: 8 causes & How To Differentiate.

Sharp pain in the upper stomach pain can originate from organs inside your abdomen or your chest. the most common cause of sharp upper stomach pain is gastritis and peptic ulcer disease. The most dangerous cause is heart attacks. always consult your doctor if you have sharp intolerable pain.

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Gastroparesis
Dr. I. Farahat

9 Medications To Avoid With Gastroparesis.

Several medications can delay gastric emptying and should be avoided with gastroparesis. However, most of the below-listed medications are vital to treat or prevent serious diseases. Don’t stop or change your medications without consulting your health care provider.

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Gastritis, GERD
Dr. I. Farahat

Does Acid Reflux Cause Headache? 6 Facts From Research.

Headache is not pronounced among the symptoms of chronic acid reflux (GERD). However, some studies have found a link between headache and acid reflux. Possible causes are Altered pain sensation by your brain, food allergy, abnormal autonomic nervous system, or abnormal blood vessels.

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Gastritis, GERD
Dr. I. Farahat

How Long Does GERD Take To Heal?

GERD and GERD-related esophagitis and esophageal erosions take about 2-8 weeks to heal with medications (PPIs). According to research, The 8-week course of PPI successfully heals erosive GERD esophagitis in about 86% of cases.

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Gastritis, GERD
Dr. I. Farahat

Heartburn For Days In A Row: Causes & Treatments.

Heartburn for days in a row may reflect a chronic condition called gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD or chronic acid reflux). However, a group of less common conditions other than GERD can cause persistent heartburn. The most common causes are hiatus hernia, functional heartburn, non-acid reflux, and other rare causes such as eosinophilic esophagitis and esophageal cancer.

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Gastritis, GERD
Dr. I. Farahat

8 Reasons why Heartburn and GERD won’t go away.

Reasons why Heartburn and GERD won’t go away include: Not taking The right medication. Faulty use of the medication.
A condition called functional heartburn.
Non-acid reflux (For example, alkaline reflux).
Hiatus hernia.
Your esophagus is hypersensitive (reflux hypersensitivity).
wrong diagnosis!
Development of GERD complications.

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