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Alexandriavictoria

712d

I was recently diagnosed with chronic gastritis and just was wondering other peoples experiences with it and what do you like expect.

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    • TiredSunrise

      672d

      When I first was diagnosed my doc told me to cut out everything acidic, including all bubbly and caffeine drinks. It helped a ton. I’m also vegan and have a LOT of allergies to foods and was lactose intolerant. Basically all the meds they wanted me to take have minimal dairy in the ‘‘em which would still make me sick, so the docs were no help. I’m thinking about trying to find a nutritionist next if I find someone to help me heal my gut, now that it’s been 3 years.

    • TiredSunrise

      672d

      When I first was diagnosed my doc told me to cut out everything acidic, including all bubbly and caffeine drinks. It helped a ton. I’m also vegan and have a LOT of allergies to foods and was lactose intolerant. Basically all the meds they wanted me to take have minimal dairy in the ‘‘em which would still make me sick, so the docs were no help. I’m thinking about trying to find a nutritionist next if I find someone to help me heal my gut, now that it’s been 3 years.

    • Lesha

      692d

      Do any of u get pain in chest

      • Lesha

        688d

        @Lesha Like left breast area pains from gastritis

    • FoxChaser

      693d

      I don’t even know what to eat. Everything makes my stomach hurt. What are some foods I can start with? Thank you!

      • FutureNurse

        692d

        @FoxChaser look into the low FODMAP diet. That REALLY helped me. There’s plenty of apps with foods you can and can’t eat or google is a great resource. I also eat low acidic foods, and that helps as well.

    • saggee

      711d

      I would look into food tracking apps, not ones that are calorie tracking, but ones specifically for stomach/abdominal issues. I use an IBS tracker despite not having IBS, it helps track what you ate and if you had any bad reactions. As disgusting as it sounds, tracking your bowel movements might help as well. This can help you learn what foods are good for you and which ones cause bad reactions so you can avoid said foods. You can also start by eliminating foods, if that helps or doesn’t then you’ll have a much better idea on what to eat. It’s all different for everyone, my “trigger food” might not be yours.

    • FutureNurse

      711d

      Following. I just got diagnosed a couple weeks ago..

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