Grade A esophagaitis and a small hiatus herniaHi,
I have been suffering from frequent burping since more than 2 years. I got the endoscopy done recently and it showed Grade A esophagaitis and a small hiatus hernia. Doc suggested PPI's which did not give me relief. Please help me with the right medicine for my prob.
My stomach fills up with gas and makes me burp. Burping gives me relief but the gas accumulates again. sometimes the gas stuck around chest area and doesn't come out which causes lot of discomfort. I lost weight due to this problem.
Shoukath on 2020-08-20
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HR BEFORE DINNER. FOR THREE DAYS
DAY 4 ONWARDS
Argent Nit 30 five drops in an ounce of water three times a day.
In addition Kali Phos 6x and Ferrum Phos 6x five tabs of each three times a day.START FROM DAY 1.
♡ anuj srivastava 5 months ago
A lot of the actual cause has to do with food and drink.
For instance drinking really hot tea starts to erode
The lining of the esophagus.
Food choices over the years often turn the cell to an acidic ph state.
The body cells have to be alkaline. When this happens the gastro
Area to the stomach gets irritated. The stomach
Acids start to rise up bc the tube to stomach
Has been weakened / and then these acids rise
Into the esophagus and damage it.
Please look at your diet- for 3 weeks eliminate acid causing food and drink- black tea, chocolate, citrus drinks, junk food,
Super spicy food etc.
Google alkaline forming foods- your cells will reset to alkaline after doing this. Homeopathy will not work well unless the cause is taken care of.
♡ simone717 5 months ago
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