After the acute period is eliminated, the diet is gradually expanded, but then the patient must constantly adhere to all doctor's prescriptions.
To eliminate the symptoms of bulbitis, patients are always prescribed a diet: In the acute period, it is not recommended to eat coarse food that has not undergone sufficient mechanical, thermal or chemical processing. This means that meals should be pureed or liquid, and meals should be fractional (about 6 times a day). All products must be free of cialis and aggressive dyes.
The main part of the treatment of bulbitis is the appointment of anti-Helicobacter agents to eliminate the causative agent of inflammation. In addition, the drug therapy plan may include drugs to stabilize digestion. The following physiotherapy procedures can speed up the recovery of the patient.
Such an intervention is performed using gastrodudenoscopy and is minimally invasive. If during endoscopy the source of bleeding is not detected, then the surgeon first performs an opening of the duodenum, and then sutures the ulcer.
In gastroenterology, there is a tendency to reduce the frequency of Helicobacter-dependent bulbitis, which is associated with effective eradication therapy, but the frequency of idiopathic forms (not associated with H. pylori) remains high. In this case, the resulting complications can threaten the life of the patient and require surgical intervention.
The main cause of bulbitis is Helicobacter pylori. Normally, there is a balance between the factors of increasing and decreasing the acidity of the contents of the stomach that enters the duodenum. If this balance is disturbed, hydrochloric acid damages the mucous membrane of the duodenum, which creates favorable conditions for Helicobacteria, which are adapted to exist in an acidic environment.