Healing Chronic Irritation Of The Stomach And Hypertension?
Hallo.. I’m asking.. is it true that chronic gastritis with the diagnosis of erosive gastropathy endoscopy is difficult to heal. And the wound only has a slight erosion in the antrum, the same as if you have hypertension or if you have to take the medicine for life. Please answer yes.. thanks.
From the results of the endoscopy, the erosion of the lining of the stomach, indicates a chronic irritation of the stomach which eventually causes erosion and if not handled properly, will cause the risk of bleeding in the stomach.
The healing process of patients with erosive gastritis may be achieved, but it is likely to be repeated either in a rapid frequency or with a longer frequency of recurrence. So early treatment and early treatment of complaints and prevention of the risk of recurrence will be important factors for your recovery. However, all of this needs to be confirmed directly with the doctor who treats you, regarding your clinical condition and the medical risks that your doctor may know about.
As for high blood pressure, in individuals with blood pressure that rises above normal, especially at a young age under 40 years, during the treatment process and lifestyle changes that lead to a healthy lifestyle, it is possible that the patient can control blood pressure at a value that is optimal. normal. However, if the lifestyle and habits have not changed, then the risk of blood pressure will continue to increase and cause patients to usually consume for life. Although some cases at the clinical level, patients can be off the drug, but this requires optimal care both from medication and routine control and self-control of whatever is at risk.
Thus, to prevent the two things above, you should consider several things:
1. take medication regularly
2. Avoid physical fatigue
3. Avoid sleeping late
4. avoid stress
5. Avoid high-risk foods, meatball noodles, fried rice, pecel, soda, coffee, ready-to-eat food
6.idealize your weight
7. do regular exercise
That's the information we can convey, also read the discussion1 and hypertension.