In the chronic course of bulbitis, the patient should undergo an endoscopic examination annually. General practitioner, gastroenterologist, hepatologist, infectious disease specialist. I carry out preventive measures for complications from the digestive system after long-term therapy with NSAIDs and blood-thinning drugs. Bulbit - treatment, diet and symptoms.
At the moment, gastroenterologists have noted a decrease in the frequency of Stromectol caused by Helicobacter pylori, which is associated with effective treatment aimed at the complete destruction of Helicobacter pylori in the gastric mucosa, however, the frequency of forms of bulbitis not related to a specific cause remains high.
Doctors manage to achieve a long-term remission if the influence of provoking factors is eliminated. Symptoms of bulbitis are pain of varying degrees of intensity, indigestion, and in severe cases of the disease and the presence of ulcers, bleeding.
The acute form of bulbitis is accompanied by severe pain, nausea, vomiting and a bitter taste in the mouth. The chronic form of bulbitis is accompanied by pains of a bursting or aching nature in the solar plexus. Sometimes there is a feeling of nausea without vomiting. Chronic bulbitis lasts for years with seasonal exacerbations. Depending on the form of the course and the characteristic features of inflammation, the disease is divided into the following main types.
Follicular bulbitis is quite rare and causes severe digestive disorders and causes serious inconvenience to the patient. Moderate bulbitis can be hidden by analogy with the superficial form, it may be accompanied by headache, nausea and vomiting. Such symptoms are especially pronounced in cases of exacerbation of the disease. Focal bulbitis affects small areas of the duodenal bulb - foci - hence its name. With such a bulbitis, along with the main treatment, strict diets are prescribed.
The erosive form is the most severe and can become a focus of duodenal ulcer, that is, a through lesion of the bulb. A characteristic symptom of this type of bulbitis is the appearance of erosion and bleeding. Erosive bulbitis is a disease with severe symptoms.
Superficial bulbitis is the mildest form of the disease, as it affects only the outer areas of the mucous membrane of the duodenum. The disease can be hidden, the patient does not suspect that he is ill for a long time. However, if you do not see a doctor in time, the superficial form of the disease can become the initial stage of development of erosive bulbitis.
The catarrhal form of the disease belongs to the intermediate stage. This type of bulbitis occurs as a result of an increase in acidity in the duodenal bulb, due to exposure to Helicobacter pylori, indigestion, irritationi mucous membrane. Often this type of bulbitis appears in young women.