What effect does Helicobacter pylori quadruple therapy have on chronic non-atrophic gastritis?
Because the stomach often has some symptoms, I went to the hospital to report Helicobacter pylori positive and chronic non-atrophic gastritis by gastroscope, and then prescribed quadruple therapy. I heard that two antibiotics are harmful to the stomach, but bismuth and acid inhibitors protect the stomach. Will taking quadruple therapy aggravate my chronic non-atrophic gastritis or help me with this gastritis?
Hello, drugs for Helicobacter pylori infection can treat chronic non-atrophic gastritis. This situation will not aggravate the symptoms of gastritis, and has a certain therapeutic effect on chronic non-atrophic gastritis. It is recommended to take quadruple drugs for treatment under the guidance of doctors. Good living habits should be developed at ordinary times, and spicy, greasy and cold foods should be avoided. Do not overeat, avoid tobacco and alcohol.
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