Gastropathy, intestinal metaplasia, one plus., It used to be three plus, but now it has become one plus. Do you still need to take medicine? Before, the doctor said to stop taking the medicine for a period of time. Because my stomach disease has been treated for a long time. I haven't taken stomach medicine for more than a year now. I don't know if there is another addition to this long intestinal metaplasia. If you don't take medicine continuously, will it become cancer?
If patients with chronic gastritis have intestinal metaplasia, they need to review gastroscopy regularly, because intestinal metaplasia may be a precancerous disease, but it is not cancer at present. Usually, this degree is not too serious and the possibility of lesions is very small. Just pay attention to the review.
This situation first needs to see whether the specific symptoms have changed. If it has improved, it is generally considered that there is no problem. Develop good living habits and eat less irritating food. According to the specific serious situation, if necessary, it can also be further reviewed.
Hello, this patient, good afternoon. Do you mean that the result of gastroscopy shows intestinal metaplasia? Intestinal metaplasia is a transitional period between normal intestinal tissue and canceration.
Generally speaking, if you don't reach the level of severe intestinal metaplasia, you don't have to worry about the possibility of cancer, but this does need regular gastroscopy, and then adjust your diet. Eat more fresh vegetables and low sugar fruits, eat more fish meat of deep-sea fish, try not to eat fried food, spicy food and pickled products, and it's best to quit smoking and drinking.