mild gastritis after gallbladder removalI had my gallbladder removed two years ago, recently I have been diagnosed with mild gastritis after seeking medical advice for stomach and backache. My stomach feels like its been punched and battered and at times I get mid back ache and up the spine aches too. It doesn't seem to change after eating different foods etc. I have been perscribed sucralfate however I would prefer to take alternative medicines.
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gailbm on 2014-11-22
2-describe the symptoms much as u can?
3-what is the cause of gastritis?
4-Do u have any other major disease in the past or now?
5-Which medicines u are taking right now ?
gaintrox 7 years ago
Symptoms - feel full and bloated . Stomach feels like its been punched and aches very uncomfortable. Feels like heart burn but in the stomach. No reflux.
I am told the cause is gallbladder removal. I had gallstones in gallbladder and in liver duct.
Not taking any medication at the moment have tried gaviscon doesn't really do much.
No other medical conditions.
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gailbm 7 years ago
in 200ml of hot water add 4tabs each of calc phos 3x,ferrum phos 12x,kali mur 3x and nat sulph 3x mix it (u many keep the mixture in a bottle after it cool down)
take about 50ml of mixture 4 times a day(in minimum interval of 3 hour).Do not eat and drink anything 15min before and after taking medicines.
report back after 8 days of taking medicine.
gaintrox 7 years ago
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