Stomach Ulcer

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by koolpc, Mar 22, 2024.

  1. Tuxmark2

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    Chicken LOL
     
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  2. Tuxmark2

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    Over 6 months according to my gastro chap, I have to rotate meds for that reason, though i was taking ranitidine for over 10 years, no problems except for the loss of leg hair and bigger man boobs, huge amount of nose hair and pimples on my bottom, no ulcers though !
     
  3. Astramax

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    Yep, @koolpc sounds like you need to join the queue, had camera down throat 3 years ago and opted for the spray sedation to the throat....no problem at all the whole procedure took 15 minutes, found 2 ulcers probably caused from the aspirin that I've been taking since having had a stroke 9 years ago. All sorted now by taking LANSOPRAZOLE 60mg twice a day for 8 weeks reduced now to 30mg once each day. You will be fine, just let them do their job and look forward to the Filipino nurse holding your hand during the procedure. :);)
     
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  4. qwas123

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    Poster #19,
    Short term or long term, alcohol is bad for the body - it often causes ulcers, and makes constant users write rubbish.
     
  5. Astramax

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    I heard it didn't need any numbing for such a small procedure!:D:D:D:D
     
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  6. Tuxmark2

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    What hospital did you attend where a nurse does such a service ? ( note pad at hand )
     
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    What is your excuse if you are not a very very heavy drinker?
     
  8. koolpc

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    Anxiety being one. I suffer from that big time as it is. Its horrible.
     
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  9. Ind spark

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    Poster #24 see post #27, Haha funny arrow you do crack me up :D
     
  10. koolpc

    koolpc Super Member

    Had endoscopy 30 years ago as stated. No spray no sedation. Never again!! Give me everything this time!
     
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    Do you not take the gastro resistant aspirin astra, if not ask for them to be changed.
     
  12. Ind spark

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    Cant say I blame you
     
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  13. Tuxmark2

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    They cant administer numbing, the magnifying glass gets in the way :p
     
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  14. Tuxmark2

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    Ah well as you suffer from anxiety sedation is probably better for you, be blissfully unaware for a while.
     
  15. Astramax

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    Yes it was changed thanks.
     
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  16. Astramax

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    Edit....
    When she's out.... a very pretty dress with sequins sewn on around the hem which sparkle when the light catches them. :eek::D
     
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  17. Astramax

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    Photo! :p:p:p:D:D:D:)
     
  18. Alan22

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    Same for me, the nurses did that reassuring thing where they say it's all going to be fine, it wasn't, they lied, and that was with the throat spray, sedative for me next time.
     
  19. Alan22

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    Omeprazol not alcohol, should have went to Specsavers.
     
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  20. Tuxmark2

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    I only show THAT picture on Halloween,so hang around :D
     
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