Gastritis is inflammation of the gastric mucosa, persistent or recurring gastritis is called chronic gastritis. Chronic gastritis is one of the most common chronic diseases, and its incidence ranks first among gastric diseases. So, why is chronic gastritis always repeated and difficult to cure?
A gastroenterologist from Chongqing East University Anorectal Hospital said that chronic gastritis refers to chronic gastric mucosal lesions caused by different reasons. It is a common disease, and its incidence ranks first among gastric diseases. Chronic gastritis can cause great harm to the human body, such as gastric bleeding, anemia, and even gastric cancer. Therefore, chronic gastritis should not be underestimated, and should be detected and treated early.
Why chronic gastritis is not always cured
Blind treatment of unclear etiology
There are many causes of chronic gastritis, such as Helicobacter pylori infection, chronic diseases of other organs in the body, adverse stimulation, insufficient nutritional supply, reflux gastritis, etc. If the exact cause is not identified, there will be a lack of targeted treatment, and better treatment effects will not be received.
Not paying attention to eliminating the cause
After treatment, some patients relax their vigilance in life, and still have bad habits, such as hunger and satiety, smoking and drinking, eating spicy food, etc., gastritis will inevitably recur again, and even gradually aggravate.
Not paying attention to continuous treatment
In some patients, the symptoms of gastritis are not obvious, and the symptoms are relieved after taking the medicine. In fact, the root cause of the patient’s disease has not been eradicated, and it will recur. If chronic gastritis is not treated in a timely and effective manner, it may recur repeatedly, which may lead to the occurrence of some complications and increase the difficulty of treatment. (Contributed by Chongqing Dongda Anorectal Hospital)
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