One month after gastritis, rabeprazole did not work. I went to the hospital for barium meal to show gastric sinusitis. Later, I ate rabeprazole for another week, but it did not work. I did gastroscope to show non atrophic gastritis. Is this caused by Helicobacter pylori? Do you want antibiotics?
There are many factors causing gastritis. Helicobacter pylori is also a cause of the disease, as well as the usual diet, smoking and drinking, staying up late and so on, which will also cause the attack of gastritis, so we should pay attention to many aspects
Hello, non atrophic gastritis is not sure that it is chronic gastritis caused by Helicobacter pylori. Bad living habits may cause non atrophic gastritis. You should go to the hospital to check whether you are infected with Helicobacter pylori. If you are not infected with Helicobacter pylori, you do not need to use antibiotics.
If you suffer from non atrophic gastritis, it may be the symptom of Helicobacter pylori infection. If you want to make a diagnosis, you can go to the hospital for relevant examination, such as carbon 13 or 14. If positive is detected, some quadruple drugs can be used for treatment.
8. Hello, generally, if there is obvious chronic gastritis, we suggest to check whether there is Helicobacter pylori infection? That is, breath test
If it is clear that there is Helicobacter pylori infection, it is suggested that the bacteria should be eradicated regularly. Generally, it is a combination of four drugs, two antibiotics, omeprazole and pectin bismuth