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Gastritis in pregnancy

Gastritis in pregnancy  To date, despite all the achievements of modern medicine and the pharmaceutical industry, one of the most common diseases in the world is gastritis .

The rabid rhythm of life, snacks on the go, fast food restaurants, neglect of preventive examinations and self-treatment, all this contributes to the prosperity of stomach diseases.

The catarrhal form is usually associated with malnutrition or food poisoning of mild degree.

Necrotic and fibrinous develop with poisoning with heavy metals, alkalis, acids and other highly active substances. Fibrinous can also occur in severe infectious diseases.

Phlegmonous gastritis can be caused by traumatic damage to the mucosa or develop as a consequence of stomach cancer or peptic ulcer disease.

Chronic gastritis can develop as a complication of acute or as an independent form of the disease.

In the diagnosis of gastritis, several stages can be distinguished.

Analysis of clinical data; collection of anamnesis (clarification of complaints, identification of possible causes of the disease), examination of the patient.

Fibrogastroduodenoscopy (FGD) with biopsy examination of the gastric mucosa by means of locating and characterizing the lesion, and taking the material for analysis to determine possible infection of Helicobacter pylori, as well as for early diagnosis of precancerous conditions of the stomach.

If the future mother has these symptoms during the period of gestation, do not immediately write off everything for toxicosis, it is necessary to consult with a specialist and exclude gastritis.

Because the treatment of gastritis of the stomach during is limited to choosing only those methods and medicines that will not harm the future child, so treatment should preferably begin as soon as possible.

The basis for treating gastritis for any person is diet compliance. And for a pregnant woman it can be the basis of treatment, because many medications are contraindicated.

During the exacerbation of the disease, it is recommended that you generally stop taking food for 1-2 days, consuming a large amount of liquid (tea, kissel , mineral water or broth of wild rose ). Then strictly adhere to the nutrition prescribed by the doctor.

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