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Help needed please tell cure for Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 6, 2006
  • 11:56 AM

My mother suffers from Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis from the past two years but we have been able to diagnose it just a couple of days ago.
It is a very rare disease . Even the Doctors are not fully aware of how to treat it.
so please if anyone knows about its treatment let us know as soon as possible.
thank you

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  • my three year old son has Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis.his is due to undiagnosed food allergys.my email is jtdodge @ gmail.com
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 2, 2007
    • 06:33 PM
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  • My mother suffers from Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis from the past two years but we have been able to diagnose it just a couple of days ago.It is a very rare disease . Even the Doctors are not fully aware of how to treat it.so please if anyone knows about its treatment let us know as soon as possible.thank youHello, just came across this old post. Not sure if this information is relavent now but someone who had the problem of eisinophilic gastritis (excessive eisinophils in the stomach as seen on an upper endoscopy) was treated with 2 medicines 1. Flagyll and 2. Diflucan (anti fungal) medication. It was believed that Diflucan was the one that helped to clear almost 95% of the eisinophilic gastritis in the stomach. The cause of this condition was not identified but a possibility could have been bacterial overgrowth or yeast /fungal infection of some kind. Hope this information helps someone.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 23, 2009
    • 07:37 AM
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  • Hello, just came across this old post. Not sure if this information is relavent now but someone who had the problem of eisinophilic gastritis (excessive eisinophils in the stomach as seen on an upper endoscopy) was treated with 2 medicines 1. Flagyll and 2. Diflucan (anti fungal) medication. It was believed that Diflucan was the one that helped to clear almost 95% of the eisinophilic gastritis in the stomach. The cause of this condition was not identified but a possibility could have been bacterial overgrowth or yeast /fungal infection of some kind. Hope this information helps someone.I have a 10-year old son who has had no further issues after I found a commercial remedy that is actually designed for improvement of general health conditions/nutrition.The gastro-interoligist went no further than prescribing commercial pharmaceutical originally designed for acid reflux, Gastroesophageal Reflux, etc. Never mind the undesirable side effects.Go to http://www.natraburst-superfoods-blend.com/ will explain the product. There's a short wait list. I don't have to buy this every month, since it lasts for as long as I stretch it. I stop my orders every time I get an extra one in my pantry, restart it when I pull it out for consumption, about 1 month out of every 3. Customer purchase is somewhat limited, to keep the product/production at a high quality level. Reducing the acidity before it occurs and creates discomfort is the key. Alkaline balance, ph, is a deterrent to overactive eosinophills.Since I have been giving him this with juice every other day or so, we stay ahead of the impact. He has not had a single occurrence since he started it last June, except when he gets complacent and ignores the mixture that I prepare for him.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 17, 2011
    • 06:29 AM
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