Can Thrush Cause H. Pylori Infection In The Stomach?
Hello. I was sick of superficial gastritis, gr A esophagistic, hiatal hernia. And it’s been a thrush in a week. Sprue bullet, large and deep. Can these canker sores cause my stomach injury infected with H. pylori bacteria? Because my sprue is still large and in its wound. How to treat this sprue that is safe for the stomach? Do I need to take antibiotics? Generally, how can sprue recover for a long time? New DJ consumed for 2 more weeks. Months 1-3 the medicine is still changing
Hello Euis, thank you for using HealthReplies.com.
Thrush or stomatitis is an open wound or erosion that can occur anywhere along the surface of the mouth and tongue. One of the types of bacteria and viruses that most often cause mouth ulcers is Helicobacter pylori, the same bacteria that cause stomach ulcers and herpes. Symptoms of thrush that appear are usually not severe and can recover without medical treatment within one to two weeks.
But if the ulcer sores get sicker or turn red which indicates a bacterial infection, and the sores do not heal within three weeks, then I suggest you consult directly with a general practitioner so that a thorough examination can be carried out such as question and answer, physical examination of the mouth, stomach, and investigations if necessary, so that treatment can be given that is appropriate to your diagnosis, and safe for your stomach.
As for the things you can do right now are:
Take pain relievers if necessary, such as paracetamol, with the dose indicated on the drug's packaging
Gargle with warm salt solution twice a day
Avoiding canker sores such as alcohol, spicy, hot and sour foods, crackers, and cigarettes. Also avoid talking while eating, to prevent biting the tongue.
Brush your teeth gently so that they don't touch the tongue
Use a straw when drinking to reduce pain.
Eat smaller portions frequently, so as not to aggravate inflammation of your stomach
Thus the information that I can provide at this time, hopefully can help you.