Is There A Relationship With Peptic Ulcers With Fatty Liver?
Hello, my doctor, a 30-year-old mother gave birth about 3 weeks ago … a little story when I was 6 weeks pregnant was diagnosed by a specialist in fatty liver … before I did have a history of gastric ulcer disease … because every time I vomiting always produces blood spots … specialist in internal medicine advises me to endoscopy … because of one thing and my condition is pregnant … I lowered the intention … what I want to ask is whether there is a relationship between pepticum ulcer disease and fatty liver … then medicine What can I consume to treat my peptic ulcer and fatty liver disease ?? because during my stay in the hospital I was given the drug omeprazole, sucralfate with simvastatin … please help and help ??
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Gastric ulcer is a condition where the sheath or mucosa of the stomach is injured, causing gastric bleeding. The more severe damage to the gastric mucosa, the more bleeding will occur. Blood in gastric ulcer disease can come out through vomiting or stool. This disease is a complication of inflammation of the stomach lining of the stomach that has lasted a long time or is chronic. Stomach ulcers are easily triggered by spicy, sour, chocolate, caffeine and excessive alcohol. It also triggered irregular food patterns and pregnancy hormones.
Meanwhile, fatty liver or fatty liver is a condition where there is accumulation of fat in the liver so that the liver is covered by fat more than 5 percent of the total weight of the liver. This disease can be caused by the habit of consuming alcohol and high cholesterol foods and can occur due to pregnancy.
There is no direct relationship between peptic ulcers and fatty liver. But there are several causes that can cause stomach ulcers and fatty liver, namely alcohol consumption and pregnancy.
The medicine given by your internist is enough. Next you consume these drugs regularly according to doctor's instructions and control back according to the schedule that your doctor has set.
Meanwhile, you avoid the causes and triggers mentioned above. Limit consumption of organ meats, quail eggs, seafood and red meat. Because these foods contain high cholesterol. To inhibit the absorption of cholesterol in the intestine, consumption of fruits, vegetables and high-fiber nuts.
Thus hopefully useful.