Gastric ulcer

Gastric ulcer is an open sore ring in the gastrointestinal tract that is essentially acidic in nature and causes severe pain. Ulcer formation is related to H. pylorus bacteria in the stomach, anti-inflammatory medications, and smoking cigarettes. Ulcer pain may not correlate with the presence or severity of ulceration. It is mucosal erosion that occurs on the inner lining of the oesophagus, stomach or upper parts of the small intestinal tract and is characterized by abdominal pain. Homeopathy medicines for gastric ulcer offers suitable relief from this painful condition since homeopathic remedies have practically no side-effects and are non-toxic, which is a big advantage in curing this acidic state. Homeopathic remedies for gastric ulcers not only provide permanent relief from pain and other related symptoms, they also treat body’s inability to fight with helicobacter pylori. Thus once treated with homeopathic remedies, gastric ulcers will be gone for good.
Best Homoeopathic remedies for Gastric ulcer:
Carbo Veg: Carbo veg gave marked action on gastro-intestinal disorders especially dyspepsia and flatulence. Simplest food disagrees due to weak digestion with excessive accumulation of gas in the stomach and intestine with frequent eructation. It is a remedy for acidity. There is a sensation as if the abdomen will burst open due to accumulation of excessive gas. Complaints worse by lying down, after eating and drinking. There is diarrhea with cadaverous smelling stool and burning in the rectum. Patient mind symptoms are Inquietude and anxiety especially in the evening. Fear of ghosts especially at night. Timidity, irresolution, and embarrassment in society.Despair with lachrymose humour, and discouragement, with desire for death, and tendency to suicide.Disposition to be frightenedand periodical weakness of memory.Slowness of apprehension. Fixed ideas and aversion to work.

Kali Bichromicum:One of the best Homoeopathic remedy for gastric ulcer with hyperacidity. Gastric ulcer, punched out or round ulcer of stomach. Pain in small spots, can be covered with the point of finger; appears and disappears suddenly, rapidly shifting.Burning or shooting pain in epigastric region. Weight in pit of stomach, flatulence, vomiting of stringy, ropy mucus and blood with loss of appetite.Sudden nausea with feeling of heat over body, with giddiness, rush of blood to head worse by moving about, in morning at sight of food and after meals. Patient is excited by drinking and smoking, relieved by eating. Nausea and vomiting of mucus.Vomits large quantities of bright yellow water.Vomiting of undigested food. Burning in stomach and stomach pit after eating a full meal, which was relished, a sensation as if digestion were suspended. Pressure and heaviness in stomach after eating. Patient is ill humour, low-spirited and listless. Anthropophobia, taciturnity and misanthropy. Vanishing of thoughts and aversion to mental exertion. Weak memory and anxiety arising from chest.

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