Can Chronic Dyspepsia Be Cured?
Results of Chronic Dyspepsia Endoscopy whether this disease can be cured?
Dyspepsia is a collection of symptoms of discomfort in the upper abdomen. What complaints do you feel? Dyspepsia itself can be caused due to gastritis (ulcer), bad lifestyle, drinking habits, side effects of several types of drugs, bacterial H pylori infection, stomach acid disease, stress, pancreatic disorders, peptic ulcers, malignancy.
Chronic dyspepsia can be affected by infections, long-term alcohol consumption habits, stress, inflammation of the stomach wall due to immune system disorders, long-term consumption of certain drugs, reflux of bile, and other medical conditions (such as diabetes and kidney failure).
To ensure the patient's condition, the doctor will perform anamnesis, physical examination, and supporting examination, including what you have done, namely endoscopy. Have you brought the endoscopy to the doctor? I suggest that you bring the endoscopy results to the doctor who examined you beforehand so that you can do an evaluation and later the doctor can provide more appropriate treatment for you. Handling of dyspepsia will be adjusted to the patient's condition, can be with improved diet and lifestyle and medication.
Some tips you can do to reduce and prevent recurrence:
Eat small but frequent portions of food
Avoid foods that trigger the stomach such as acid, spicy, caffeine, soda, foods that are too oily
Drink more water
Get enough rest
Don't lie down right after eating
When did you last drink the bleeding stop and what is the name of the medication? Menstrual blood is normally around 30-40 ml. If menstrual blood that comes out is less than usual, this can be caused by the following factors:
Drastic weight gain
Side effects of contraception
Polycystic ovary syndrome
For now, you can wait a few days in advance. Some tips you can do:
Get enough rest
Exercise regularly but don't be too heavy
Manage stress well
Eat healthy and nutritionally balanced foods
Try your normal weight
If with the tips above menstruation is still small and repeats more than 3x the cycle, it is best if you control again with your obstetrician so that you can re-evaluate it to ensure your condition and so you can get more appropriate treatment.
Hope it helps you,