Ask the doctor — what to do with heartburn, gastritis and IBS

Heartburn, gastritis and irritable bowel syndrome

Eugene asks the doctor.

Hello. I have gastritis with high acidity and, as a result of reflux esophagitis and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Heartburn — to the fountain of acid from a drink of water, diet is useless, the inhibitors do not work more hours. The gut is healthy, but he is irritated by acidic stool, voice hoarse from the constant fumes of acid, the swollen nasal passages… Especially hard when you eat something and begins the movement in the intestine. Like sandpaper… the heart rate goes up, tearing acid and burns the chest. I work a lot, lost 15 kg of weight, diarrhea. Take «Glycine», «TenTen», «Halinor and Enteral». Than to overcome the acidity of the stomach and the sensitivity of the intestine? Preferably herbal, it I always better than is, pills fast lose effect.

The answer of the doctor

Hello, Eugene!

To recommend treatment I’m missing from you is some information:

  1. Sounds like a full diagnosis?
  2. What studies have been completed (latest date)?
  3. How long has been treated?
  4. Was identified in the study EGD H. pylori (the bacteria that lead to the development of peptic ulcer disease)?
  5. What diet is shared and for how long?

With these diagnoses in treatment should be present and other medications they should take at least a month, and in some cases much longer.

You need to take drugs that normalize the acidity of short-and long action (at least a month, it is not only the inhibitors, there are other effective medications), advanced short course in this case, the recommended medication to help lower circular muscles of the esophagus and also and normalize peristalsis of the digestive system. In addition to the main therapy, can be prescribed pain relievers and improves the intestinal microflora, sedatives and agents for the regulation of the liver or gallbladder if necessary.

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Of herbal you can take astringent, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic.

In the composition of the binder fees may include the following herbs:

  • rhizome — part 1;
  • marshmallow root — 2 parts;
  • chamomile — 2 parts;
  • Linden flowers — 2 parts;
  • flax seed — 3 parts;
  • root cyanosis blue — 2 parts.
  • Take half a Cup of broth or tincture morning and evening.

    Anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic:

  • flowers cumin sandy — 6 parts;
  • the herb St. John’s wort — 4 parts;
  • chamomile plus oregano 3 parts;
  • motherwort — 4 parts.
  • To eat half an hour before meals half a Cup or a fourth part three times a day.

    Herbal medicinal fees without primary treatment will not bring the desired long-term results. So if possible, talk with your doctor about a comprehensive treatment.

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