H Pylori Kit Is Used For What Diseases

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namsay Says:
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I was diagnosed with small osophageal, granuloma, mild antral gastritis. I was given H.pylori kit medicines for 10 days. Should I take those medicines or stop ?

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subhash Says:

I had H Pylori +ive after endoscope & test. Then I took H Pylori kit for 14 days followed by Pantocid dsr 21 days and I was completely ok , but after 10 days started feeling many problems like before again and then started taking again Pantocid dsr again once daily. Am I doing right thing or what to do? pl. suggest. I am 75ys old.

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Verwon Says:

You should take the medications as directed by your doctor, this kit is used to eradicate the bacteria that can sometimes cause ulcers, gastritis, and acid reflux.

The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, stomach pain, diarrhea, headache, and body aches.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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