Amy Martinez
Years of experience 0

Total years in practice: 0

Published Date
August 29, 2018
Study Type
Member Story
Patient Sex
Female
Patient Ethnicity
White
Patient Age
18
Conditions
Gastritis
Therapies
Diet Therapy
Medical History

My 18 year old daughter had been suffering from Gastritis and was prescribed Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI). She started taking PPI and it didn’t work for her. Doctor prescribed some testing to find the cause and  was diagnosed with stomach inflammation down low by her small intestines.

Summary

So with my own research I have her eating gluten free, Vitamin D and on a probiotic, aloe vera juice. We  just started Curcumin and slippery elm.


Her Medicine Box:


The Med she’s on right now is nexium but it’s her 4 th pill in 3 months. I also cut out dairy and fast food for her.

However, my daughter does not have any stomach pain or nausea after coming off PPIs. A Holistic Dr helped her more than a Western Dr did.


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