Our expert says:
Read this article - it explains all: http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/hpylori/
this is quite a common condition and antibiotics can kill the bacteria. The burn ( ulceration or gastritis) is treatable with medication. It looks as if your doctor did a thorough examination and gave the right treatment. Avoid sharp or burning foods like vinegar, spices, tomato sauce, coffee, pepper, tobasco sauce, curry, alcohol and smoking. Pawpaw is soothing to the stomach. Otherwise you can eat all the normal healthy foods. You must take the whole course of your medication regularly and for as long as the doctor tells you, even if you feel better.
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