Superficial gastroduodenitis is an inflammatory process in the duodenum and mucous( inner) gastric shell.
The disease is characterized by manifestations of nausea, tenderness in the epigastric region, an unpleasant aftertaste in the oral cavity, and a feeling of overcrowding.
In addition, superficial gastroduodenitis is expressed by a disorder of appetite, rumbling in the abdomen, frequent eructations, diarrhea( diarrhea) or, conversely, constipation.
The development of the disease is characterized by thickening in the mucous membrane in the stomach. In addition, there is some swelling of a number of internal organs.
Modern medicine increasingly connects superficial gastroduodenitis with a genetic predisposition to the development of such diseases.
The main causes of the onset of the disease are mainly the patient's malnutrition. This means not only the use of harmful products, but also the absence of a regime, as well as the skipping of any meal, snacks on the go and dry.
In addition, superficial gastroduodenitis can be triggered by regular stressful situations and depressive conditions. It is believed that these processes create ideal conditions for the development of the disease.
The state of inflammation in the gastric mucosa may also result from the taking of a separate row of medicines, the defeat of various infections, intoxication of the body during poisoning, alcohol abuse and smoking. In addition, a great influence on the state is exerted by external irritating factors, as well as excessively acidic gastric contents against the background of a violation of the chemical composition of the juice in the stomach.
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This disease, as a rule, occurs in combination or against the background of other diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. The most common of them include peptic ulcer, inflammation in the small intestine, mucous of the gastrointestinal tract. It should be noted that self-gastroduodenitis of the surface type is extremely rare.
Specialists classify two phases in which the disease occurs.
During the period of exacerbation, a constant sensation of soreness in the gastric region is characteristic, which is strengthened when there is no timely and adequate nutrition. Typically, it manifests itself typically at night. Headaches are often noted, excessive irritability and weakness, respiratory distress and heartbeat. This is due to the presence of hormonal failure in the functioning of the duodenum. Violations of the stomach are accompanied by vomiting, a sense of overflow in the body.
The second phase is the period of remission, during which there is a decrease in symptoms and relief of soreness.
Given the stage of the disease, treatment is prescribed. Just like with other diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, the main direction in therapy is the normalization of nutrition. In this case, mainly for the patient is selected the optimal diet and diet. Chronic superficial gastroduodenitis involves fractional, frequent( at least five or six times a day) food. This helps to regularly release the gallbladder from the bile and prevents its stagnation.
The ration necessarily includes protein-containing foods, fruit and vegetable juices. In addition, constant control is subjected to an individual reaction to a particular product, since there is a risk of developing an allergic reaction or other side effects.
As a drug treatment, B-vitamins, folic and ascorbic acids can be prescribed.