I have multiple problems with my stomach, it all began two years ago after taking pills which I was allergic to. My stomach became inflamed with a lot of acids, chronic antrum gastritis, and acid reflux. My stool was too soft, and I did not take any pill because my doctor did not give me anything. I still have hair loss and brittle nails. Three months ago, I started taking Magnesium effervescent tablets. But after taking that, new symptoms like burps, bloated stomach, difficulty in breathing, stomach cramps, indigestion, and nausea began. The doctor said it is dyspepsia. I got an endoscopy again, and the doctor said I do not have much acid or inflammation, but the stomach mucosa is granulated, with an unevenly expanded corpus and antrum. What does this mean? Even if my stomach is empty, I feel like it is small and sore from inside. I am still waiting for my biopsy report. And after taking PPI, my symptoms became even worse. I have a burning and pain below the navel, more on the right side, and it is irritating. What is wrong with me? Do I have less acid in my stomach now? What to do? Why do I have dyspepsia? A balanced diet is also not helping at all. When I lie down, I always have a dry burning pain in my mouth, but not in the throat. Endoscopy did not show any acid reflux. Will it be seen on a biopsy? I get hungry very fast, and it seems as if my body is not getting enough nutrients. How to make my body absorb more nutrients?
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Thank you for replying. I go to the toilet once a day in the morning and do not have diarrhea, and I do not take more than three minutes. When I pass stools, my stomach hurts when I contract my stomach muscles. What are x-ray and alkaline phosphatase? I have sent another picture of the stomach with more details, and all those redness is actually little red slightly swollen spots together. I hope you can see some of them. And the doctor wrote that the mucosa is granulated in the antrum. I feel like these spots are irritating me from the inside.
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