Adjusting the diet can help promote healing of a peptic ulcer, but it probably will not cure it, according to the Mayo Clinic. Treatment depends on what caused the ulcer a bacteria or the use of medications that irritate... More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, a peptic ulcer is typically treated with medications including antibiotics, acid blockers, proton pump inhibitors, cytoprotective agents and antacids. The type of medication chosen to treat an u... More »

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Treatment for a peptic ulcer, which affects the stomach, small intestine or esophagus, includes antibiotic medicines that eliminate H. pylori, drugs that block acid production, and antacids that relieve pain and neutrali... More »

According to Mayo Clinic, a peptic ulcer is typically treated with medications including antibiotics, acid blockers, proton pump inhibitors, cytoprotective agents and antacids. The type of medication chosen to treat an u... More »

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Treatment for a peptic ulcer, which affects the stomach, small intestine or esophagus, includes antibiotic medicines that eliminate H. pylori, drugs that block acid production, and antacids that relieve pain and neutrali... More »

The recommended diet for chronic kidney disease usually suggests reducing a patient's sodium, potassium and protein intake, states the Mayo Clinic. However, dietitians customize patients' diets depending on the condition... More »

Causes of low iron in the blood, also known as iron deficiency anemia, include a lack of iron in the diet and blood loss during menstruation or as the result of a peptic ulcer, colon polyp or hiatal hernia, according to ... More »

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