Treatment chronic gastric dyspepsia, gastric and duodenal ulcer in Teplice
A complex of symptoms, including pain, often decreasing after a meal, discomfort and a feeling of overcrowding in the epigastrium, rapid saturation, bloating, nausea, vomiting, heartburn and intolerance to fatty foods, may indicate both organic lesions of the stomach (peptic ulcer, chronic gastritis, duodenitis, oncology, etc.) and gastric dyspepsia. A peptic ulcer disease develops due to infection of an organ with the Helicobacter Pylori bacterium against the background of stress, poor heredity, poor diet, bad habits or irrational medication. Dyspepsia develops for the same reasons. The ulcer is treated with a special diet and a course of antibiotics and drugs that neutralize the action of hydrochloric acid and create a protective layer on the gastric mucosa, in rare cases surgery is required. Dyspepsia, in turn, is treated with normalization of the mental state, diet, a course of antacids, H2-histamine receptor blockers, prokinetics, and, if necessary, anti-helicobacter therapy.