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    Creatine for gut health / crohns / ileitis / ulcerative colitis ? - interesting case report on 1g creatine

    Dietary Creatine as a Possible Novel Treatment for Crohn’s Ileitis Some clinical trials are underway - case report just 1g of creatine enhanced gut health in a patient with ulcered ileitis / chohns The patient also stopped his creatine. Over the following 4 months, the patient reported...
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    Esophageal

    Do you think aspirin would help against esophageal cancer or even inflammation? What other things would be good for this? Every time throughout my life that I have been scoped, I've been told its very irritated and inflammed.
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    Coffee May Damage The Gastroduodenal Mucosa

    The impairment of gastroduodenal mucosal barrier by coffee. - PubMed - NCBI I have struggled with gastric ulcer-like pain for years when I eat the wrong foods. The pain returned today after trying to drink coffee again.
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    Ammonia May Be The Direct Cause Of Ulcers In The Stomach

    The official cause of stomach ulcers is of course still H. pylori infection but up until now the exact mechanism through which the bacteria damages the mucosa was not known. It seems that the bacteria is really good at breaking down urea into ammonia and CO2 and it is the ammonia which does the...
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    Dopaminergic Drugs Treat Ulcers Better Than Acid-blockers

    Many people on the forum are former or current users of PPI drugs or H2 antagonists. Most of these drugs (ith the possible exception of famotidine) have bad side effects that can persist years after a person stops taking the drugs. This study says that there is no need for taking those drugs...
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