ORUVAIL Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019816/001.

Names and composition

"ORUVAIL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of KETOPROFEN.
It belongs to the class Topical analgesics and is used in Topical analgesics, local injections (Musculoskeletal Disorders)

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019816/001 ORUVAIL KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
019816/002 ORUVAIL KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 150MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
019816/003 ORUVAIL KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 100MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018754/001 ORUDIS KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 25MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018754/002 ORUDIS KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 50MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018754/003 ORUDIS KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 75MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020499/001 ACTRON KETOPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 12.5MG
022470/001 NEXCEDE KETOPROFEN FILM/ORAL 12.5MG
020429/001 ORUDIS KT KETOPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 12.5MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
073515/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 25MG
073516/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 50MG
073517/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 75MG
074014/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 25MG
074014/002 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 50MG
019816/001 ORUVAIL KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
074014/003 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 75MG
019816/002 ORUVAIL KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 150MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
074024/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 50MG
019816/003 ORUVAIL KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 100MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
074024/002 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 75MG
074035/002 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 50MG
074035/003 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE/ORAL 75MG
074879/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG
075270/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG
075270/002 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 100MG
075270/003 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 150MG
075364/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN TABLET/ORAL 12.5MG
075679/001 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 200MG
075679/002 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 150MG
075679/003 KETOPROFEN KETOPROFEN CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 100MG

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Could having a growth in the stomach be cancer even though the biopsy showed no cancer?
I have recently had a ct scan, colonospopy, & a biopsy of a growth on the inside of my stomach.The doctor says that the growth isn't cancer.He also said that he found an ulser and a hianal hernia.My brother died 2 years ago with the same problem,it ended up being cancer after all. Medical bills are getting to... Asked by Jeremy Schlissel 1 month ago.

I have recently had a ct scan, colonospopy, & a biopsy of a growth on the inside of my stomach.The doctor says that the growth isn't cancer.He also said that he found an ulser and a hianal hernia.My brother died 2 years ago with the same problem,it ended up being cancer after all. Medical bills are getting to be too much for me to afford to have any more tests done.I have a little girl to raise and can't afford to go to the doctor nor afford to die.Are there programs out there that will help me with doctor bills or set up low monthly payments.I have bc/bs insurance, but i owe 20 % of 20,000 already and doctors want their money NOW.(not in payments) Answered by Lynelle Wooters 1 month ago.

Hi GHW Here are some ideas on how to heal the ulcer issue. You must educate yourself on colon and liver cleansing to clear out the toxins in the blood. This is the key to a healthy life (besides no stress). Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. I drink a gallon of water a day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Herbal Medicine: Both Echinacea and goldenseal are useful for treating peptic ulcers because of their ability to improve immune function, as well as their anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. These herbs also have strong natural antibiotic properties, making them useful for dealing with bacterial infections that often cause peptic ulcer. Shiitake mushrooms can be helpful due to their antiviral properties, as can aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. Other useful herbs include calendula, linden flower, marshmallow, meadowsweet, and valerian. Soothing herbal infusions include one part chamomile and two parts marshmallow root, or one part chamomile and one part linden flower or valerian (take one teaspoon three times a day). Homeopathy: Useful homeopathic remedies include, Arsen alb., Acidum nit., Belladonna, Calendula, Hamamelis, Lachesis, Nux vomica, and Silicea. Best of health to you Answered by Ivory Santagata 1 month ago.

IF YOU DIE YOU NEEDN'T WORRY ABOUT BILLS SEE ANOTHER SPECIALIST AND HAVE ANOTHER BIOPSY DONE. IT'S POSSIBLE THEY DID NOT GET A PIECE OF THE TUMOR FROM THE MIDDLE ONLY THE EDGE AND THAT CAN CAUSE A FALSE NEGATIVE. Answered by Cyrstal Atcheson 1 month ago.


Can you catch gastroenteritis from somebody who caught it from you?
I've just recovered from 3 days in hell with what I'm guessing was a form of gastroenteritis. My girlfriend just came down with what must be the same thing and i'm wondering if I should now be immune to it or if I can catch it back from her as easily as she caught it from me. Asked by Karrie Stasulis 1 month ago.

Hi Moochaser Here are some ideas to heal the issue. Causes In addition to bacterial and viral infections, gastritis can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause gastritis, especially NSAIDs. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs that are linked to gastritis include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of gastritis, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Caution: If you experience internal bleeding and/or experience blood in your stool, seek immediate professional medical attention. Quick Action Plan for Gastritis 1. Avoid all sugars, refined flour products, and carbohydrates, milk and dairy products, processed foods that contain preservatives and artificial sweeteners, alcohol, hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as foods that are common allergens. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 6. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms of gastritis. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. If you smoke, stop, and avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. 9. Learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress; deep breathing, meditation, Qi Gong and other calming and grounding movement techniques are very supportive. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. 12. Allow yourself to receive emotional support to help you embrace some of the common underlying issues identified with Gastritis, such as abandonment, anger, disappointment and rage, which often settle in the gut. Seek out a therapist or other skilled practitioner that can guide you through emotional healing work. Best of health to you Answered by Elna Paukstis 1 month ago.

Yep. He used to be lovable. Saw him at Wal-Mart in car. He had a good T and tight denims. He used to be 30 Something. Maybe towards forty. He had a few clueless Twinkie with him round 20. Nice chest. And he used to be brief. I like them brief and stocky or muscular identical to he used to be. He used to be clever. I like them wise too. Smart and pleasant. Answered by Princess Godines 1 month ago.


Can stomach ulcers be genetic??
Asked by Jospeh Bongiardina 1 month ago.

Hi Zahra Here are some ideas on how to heal the issue. Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Herbal Medicine: Both Echinacea and goldenseal are useful for treating peptic ulcers because of their ability to improve immune function, as well as their anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. These herbs also have strong natural antibiotic properties, making them useful for dealing with bacterial infections that often cause peptic ulcer. Shiitake mushrooms can be helpful due to their antiviral properties, as can aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. Other useful herbs include calendula, linden flower, marshmallow, meadowsweet, and valerian. Soothing herbal infusions include one part chamomile and two parts marshmallow root, or one part chamomile and one part linden flower or valerian (take one teaspoon three times a day). Homeopathy: Useful homeopathic remedies include, Arsen alb., Acidum nit., Belladonna, Calendula, Hamamelis, Lachesis, Nux vomica, and Silicea. Best of health to you Answered by Mariana Vergo 1 month ago.

Not sure whether the tendency to develop ulcers, i.e., to get the bacteria, can run in families or not. Coping style (Type A or Type B personality) can be learned, certainly. Maybe you learned stress behaviors from your family. My uncle got terrible bleeding ulcers from abusing alcohol, aspirin and coffee. Answered by Dinorah Gadwah 1 month ago.

No.. many stomach ulcers are caused by a bacteria called helicobacter pylori.. you can get a treatment for it (if the bacteria is causing the problem) Answered by Valda Biscoe 1 month ago.

stomach uclers are generally caused by one of two things...a bacteria called h. pylori or abuse of anti-inflammatory drugs such as advil/ibuprofen. Answered by Lyndon Pereiro 1 month ago.


Is cabbage really good for ulcer?
Most site's say it cures it while others say it's bad food for ulcer. I want to know the truth since in http://heartburn.about.com/od/pepticulce... they say it's bad but inhttp://www.herbalextractsplus.com/cabbag...it's good for ulcer. Which is which? Who's telling the truth? Even broccoli... Asked by Bertie Bodary 1 month ago.

Hey John Yes it does. Medicine only surpress' issues, nutrition lets the body heal the issue. Here are some ideas besides cabbage juice for the ulcer. Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Best of health to you Answered by Lamar Fischetti 1 month ago.

This is obviously a natural health site that you visited but did they mention that it is now known that stomach ulcers are caused by a bacteria. The doctor will give a series of antibiotics to help cure them and then advise you on the correct diet. Since cabbage causes gastric upset, I don't see why anyone would recommend it. Non spicy foods will not irritate the stomach. Stay away from caffeine and alcohol. Motrin or anything that contains ibuprofen can also cause stomach bleeding.if you have an ulcer. Answered by Gavin Raposo 1 month ago.

Well, when you talk about cabbage, it has a high rate for success in ulcer victims though that is not what I would recomend for help in ulceration. Since ulcers are caused by stress and acid, I would suggest a remedy by using Chlorophyll. You can get liquid chlorophyll at any health food store, it has a pleasant minty taste, (some brands don't so look for it specifically), and I would suggest putting 1 tablespoon in 6 oz. of water and drinking it. It will turn the stomach acid to alkaline and reduce the stress related trigger. There are lots of B vitamins in Chlorophyll. You need to get out and walk as well. Walking is one of the greatest stress reducers that I know of. Any of the round vegetables, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, etc., have good effects on the stomach. I would suggest, however, that you stay away from fats for the time being. Fat is the number one enemy of ulcers. Try using onions and garlic to flavor your foods instead of butter and margarines. I hope this helps! Good luck! Answered by Nicolas Allman 1 month ago.

I dont know if its good for an ulcer, but I do know its good for cleaning the colin. Answered by Adria Salais 1 month ago.

No. Ulcers are caused by bacteria so only medicine will help them. Answered by Luana Ello 1 month ago.

dont really know, but look at this way it is certainly better than a hot curry Answered by Tory Tilden 1 month ago.

i dont know but papaya is..... eat it as breakfast every day for more than 2 weeks and you are cured. Answered by Siu Cardinali 1 month ago.


Is burger king bad for you if you have small intestines ulcers?
wat kind of foods should i avoid? it isnt big ulcers , they are very small ones , and i am taking prevacid. but i dont think it it strong enough Asked by Arie Chauca 1 month ago.

Hi Cutiee Here are some ideas on how to heal the issue. Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Herbal Medicine: Both Echinacea and goldenseal are useful for treating peptic ulcers because of their ability to improve immune function, as well as their anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. These herbs also have strong natural antibiotic properties, making them useful for dealing with bacterial infections that often cause peptic ulcer. Shiitake mushrooms can be helpful due to their antiviral properties, as can aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. Other useful herbs include calendula, linden flower, marshmallow, meadowsweet, and valerian. Soothing herbal infusions include one part chamomile and two parts marshmallow root, or one part chamomile and one part linden flower or valerian (take one teaspoon three times a day). Homeopathy: Useful homeopathic remedies include, Arsen alb., Acidum nit., Belladonna, Calendula, Hamamelis, Lachesis, Nux vomica, and Silicea. Best of health to you Answered by Lavonda Philps 1 month ago.

to much burgers can be bad for you. I would say eaten healthy foods is the way to go all this fast food is no good to bad people get sucked into eating it. Answered by Yoshiko Choulnard 1 month ago.

You may need both for your daily intake i wood point out just as good as one another. Granta Answered by Darius Pettway 1 month ago.

Will depend on the context really. Which is better as a snack - fruits to me. It's tastier and gives you that tad of sweetness. Which can be better as a snack if you are trying hard to slice back on sugar and lose weight vegetables Answered by Joselyn Arvidson 1 month ago.

It is bad for you if you eat too much. Try to avoid fast foods. Once a month you can eat it. Good luck. Answered by Keshia Rippon 1 month ago.

Fast food isn't good for you if you are healthy. Try packing a healthy lunch. Answered by Denny Roggero 1 month ago.

um.. yes It is full of fat and acids that will enrage ulcers. So will the coke wou wash it down with. Answered by Eneida Groce 1 month ago.

Ask your doctor, But if it were me, I would still eat there . Answered by Danyel Ferris 1 month ago.


Is there a natural cure for a peptic ulcer?
Asked by Ivan Zinck 1 month ago.

Hi darnsick Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Best of health to you Answered by Debbie Dube 1 month ago.

I've suggested using goldenseal and seen good results. Put a capsule of goldenseal in a glass of water and swollow part of it. Finish the glass by the end of the day. Keep doing this untill your stomach feels much better. Answered by Jolyn Schoene 1 month ago.

I read last week Pine Nut oil. 3 Tablesspoons a day? Answered by Horace Scacco 1 month ago.


Is there a natural way to deal with an ulcer? Also what does it mean if you get a stomach ache immediately?
after ingesting anything-even a glass of water? Please don't say go to the doctor-that is obvious and I am asking for help in hopes of not having to go to a doctor-doctor's are a source of great stress to me! Asked by Yesenia Dixey 1 month ago.

Hi Salsa Here are some ideas to heal your condition. Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Best of health to you Answered by Nell Kincaid 1 month ago.

I am fighting an ulcer with acid reflux right now. Please do your research and consult a doctor for treatment, but here is what I am doing. DGL ( A special type of Licorice) Lozenges help heal the tummy. Slippery Elm A product called Acid Ease by Prevail. 10-12 glasses of water per day. I am taking Prelief by the makers of Beano to help cut the acid. Coral Calcium Tagament because I can't take Nexium , Prilosec or any of the acid reducers. Do a search on yahoo about healing ulcers naturally and you will get some good information. I am doing everything I can to reduce the acid which doesn't help the ulcers at all. Best of Luck to you ! Answered by Paulette Wilis 1 month ago.

It sounds like you have an open ulcer. Everytime you put something in your mouth, your tongue sents a signal to your stomach to start making digestive fluids, like hydrocloric acid. If the lining of your stomach is damaged, the acid will make your stomach hurt. There are two things that I've told other people to use. Cayenne pepper will stop the bleeding in the stomach. Put a little in water and drink. Its hot going down and your stomach will get warm. Eat some food with the cayenne. Also goldenseal will help your stomach. Its a natural infection fighter. The cure for stomach ulcers is to meditate. Stress in your mind causes most of the physical problems. Find someone who can teach you mantra meditation. It works fast and gets results. Answered by Rory Datil 1 month ago.

Research starting in Austrialia in the 1980's showed conclusively that virtualy all stomach ulcers are the result of a bacterial infection. I am not sure if prevacid is an antiboitic? but it doesn't ring a bell as the antibiotic that was shown to be effective. Ask you pharmasist if it is, and ask them what they think is the most effective anitbiotic, then go back to your doctor and ask why you are not on the one your pharmisist has recommended. Doc's are often overwhelmed by propiganda (called education) from big pharma, but pharmisists usualy know the truth. Grapefuit seed extract is a super powerful antibiotic, but I am not sure if it's the right one. Answered by Maranda Lamela 1 month ago.

light diet with small meals and snacks. nothing spicy and nothing with an acid base like grapefruit, oranges, and watermelon. When I get an ulcer attack, I take Pepito bismal, that pink stuff works great. also tagment used to be a prescribed medicine for ulcers now it is over the counter, so you can take them 2 or 3 x a day. good luck they are hard to live with, Answered by Neda Polidore 1 month ago.

i have peptic ulcer disease, and there isn't really a good way to deal with it just bland foods, no caffeine, smoking, and most important no alcohol. After about 8 weeks symptoms should go away. Milk is a good way to help ease the burning as well. Just have to watch your diet and get rid of stress Answered by Modesta Rubick 1 month ago.

Lady Make Tai Chi Shuan to send away bad energies. If u like cannabis make a tee. Answered by Rusty Yamazaki 1 month ago.

you can drink plant tea for your stomach acidity. try also to masage your stomach, it is possible that the gases you have there gives you the ache. and try to avoid the stress. Answered by Alisia Kalmer 1 month ago.

good non acid foods... nothign hot... no alcohol... this should help.. talk to u r doc.. hope u feel better Answered by Tod Sisney 1 month ago.


What is best medicene for ulcer?
Asked by Devorah Amsler 1 month ago.

Hi Neth Here is how to heal the ulcer. Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Best of health to you Answered by Ozie Voll 1 month ago.

Oh if you have an ulcer you should ask your doctor to check for H-Pylori as it is a common cause for ulcers. H-Pylori is a bacteria that lives in the stomach and causes ulcers. Fairly easy to treat with a couple medications for a while. If no H-pylori then diet restrictions and exercise, while losing some weight might help. Answered by Kyle Phy 1 month ago.

i hope you're talking about an ulcer in the mouth. i have tried it many times and although it hurts like nothing else, rubbing salt will cure it within 2 days. in Chinese culture when you have an ulcer it means you are too "hot" and need to cool down by eating certain foods, and stop stressing. alternatively you could be more careful when eating because if you bite the side of your mouth, you'll often find an ulcer after a day or so. Answered by Aretha Laforey 1 month ago.

Doctors have found that most stomach ulcers are caused by bacteria that live in the stomach acid. These ulcers are cured quickly and easily with simple antibiotic medicine. Let your doctor handle it. If the antibiotic does not cure it, it may be something much more serious. Answered by Georgette Buechel 1 month ago.

that depends, since it was discovered that some ulcers are caused by bacteria,u need to see a doctor for a proper diagnosis, but prilosec works or pepcid is ok for the short term Answered by Yael Siwicki 1 month ago.

Ehhhh, doubtful. Levaquin is an antibiotic for a pretty serious infection somewhere in your body. I have had lots and LOTS of patients who said it gave them baaaad diarrhea. Try eating some yogurt if your stomach hurts. Answered by Terica Liesch 1 month ago.

Aloe juice, chamomile, peppermint and papaya enzymes are great for treating ulcers. Eat lots of fiber. Eat at the same time everyday. Avoid acid foods or spicy foods. Answered by Youlanda Goldizen 1 month ago.

ulcer has no permanent cure, it is caused by stress. so relieving stress would be hte first thing to do. second, eating chillie or hot foods makes it worse, so stop eating hot foods.. third, see a doctor, coz i take no responsibility! Answered by Fausto Hachting 1 month ago.

you doctor should prescribe you something that works good for your body. don't take other things with out asking you doctor first it may lead to other problems! Answered by Jeffry Finkenbiner 1 month ago.

Divorce!!! lololol Answered by Garret Farkus 1 month ago.


Anyone with a stomach ulcer please?
i don't know much about them but i think i may have one. can someone tell me the symptoms and how they can occur and do they ever go away? i can't see a doctor i don't have insurance and can't afford one, how big of a deal is this? i'm kinda worried. Asked by Davina Cavins 1 month ago.

Hi LoveX Here are some action steps to take. Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Best of health to you Answered by Luciana Lusane 1 month ago.

Stomach ulcers are potentially fatal, especially if untreated. However treatment is now rapid and permanent cures are common. Whether or not you have insurance you should see a doctor. I had an unsuspected ulcer with pain referred to my back many years ago and was treated with "Tagamet" which is a brand name for Cimetidine. However I was hospitalised for a few days and received blood transfusions first when the ulcer perforated a blood vessel. Recently it was discovered that the main cause is infection with helicobacter pylori. The infection can be treated with inexpensive antibiotics. Combination therapy with antibiotics and drugs like cimetidine or rantidine is also used. Tagamet should now be relatively inexpensive as it will be out of patent. If the doctor prescribes for an ulcer, ask very clearly to be prescribed generic drugs which are effective and cheaper than "brand name" drugs. In the meantime you must avoid all non-prescription drugs like aspirin, paracetamol and naproxen. These are generally called non-steroid anti-inflammation drugs or NSAIDS and cause or exacerbate stomach bleeding. Answered by Toney Metivier 1 month ago.

Depends on the type of symptoms you are having as to what type or where an ulcer might be located. Symptoms might be heartburn, reflux/heartburn, waking up at night with burning sensation in throat and/or chest, abdominal pain radiating around to the back, feeling tired. Try over the counter meds like Pepcid, Prilosec for relief. Usually take once daily on an empty stomach. Pepcid works quicker and is cheaper and if you have never taken anything you might start there. Hope this helps. Answered by Josefa Vosburg 1 month ago.

I had ulcers about to form last June due to stress. You will know it's an ulcer, even if you haven't ever had one. Your stomach won't hurt; it'll be your stomach lining that is seering in annoying, sharp pains. Mine faded because it was either small or just cleared on its own. If you have been under a load of stress, I would reccomend you do ANYTHING to see a doctor, because ulcers can be very harmful, burning lasting holes in your stomach's lining. Don't guess. Answered by Kathy Vanzandt 1 month ago.

it used to be considered that a stomach ulcer was caused by strees, worry, diet etc. a couple of scientists from Australia discovered it is actually caused by a bacteria "heliobacter pylorus" which is relatively easy to treat with the right drugs. stop worrying and go see a doctor. Answered by Denae Southard 1 month ago.

Drink some Mylanta, and if the pain goes away, it's probably just irritated. Answered by Odilia Sloas 1 month ago.


I have a peptic ulcer and no health insurance. I was wondering if anyone knows what I can do to stop the pain.
I've had this pain for years and I currently do not have health insurance and can not go to the doctor. For the past three days I have been in a lot of pain. I've tried milk, bananas, Zantac 150, and Pepcid AC and that was all in one day... I had moments when the pain wasn't as bad but it was still... Asked by Sallie Roja 1 month ago.

I've had this pain for years and I currently do not have health insurance and can not go to the doctor. For the past three days I have been in a lot of pain. I've tried milk, bananas, Zantac 150, and Pepcid AC and that was all in one day... I had moments when the pain wasn't as bad but it was still there. If you have any ideas that would be great. Thanks! Answered by Cecil Mcferron 1 month ago.

Hi Deztani Here are some ideas on how to heal the issue. Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Herbal Medicine: Both Echinacea and goldenseal are useful for treating peptic ulcers because of their ability to improve immune function, as well as their anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. These herbs also have strong natural antibiotic properties, making them useful for dealing with bacterial infections that often cause peptic ulcer. Shiitake mushrooms can be helpful due to their antiviral properties, as can aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. Other useful herbs include calendula, linden flower, marshmallow, meadowsweet, and valerian. Soothing herbal infusions include one part chamomile and two parts marshmallow root, or one part chamomile and one part linden flower or valerian (take one teaspoon three times a day). Homeopathy: Useful homeopathic remedies include, Arsen alb., Acidum nit., Belladonna, Calendula, Hamamelis, Lachesis, Nux vomica, and Silicea. Best of health to you Answered by Tamra Ukena 1 month ago.

I had the same thing, eliminate beef for a while, try grilled 40 oz chicken cutlets with no preservatives or solution added to chicken also eat small portions throughout day drink alkaline water 8.0 or higher I use eternal from new Zealand natural water alkaline it kills pepsin. add aloe juice if you have coughing or as a extra also UNE Galviscon liquid or tablets it coats the stomach and the only antacid THAT STOPS THE SPLASH BACK INTO THE ESAPHAGUS. very important I healed with these things no corn, or broccoli or fatty meats for 6 months... Answered by Susan Chhuon 1 month ago.


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