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The surgeons nurse called today and gave me my results. I have a stomach infection and it will be treated with antibiotics. It has to clear up or I can't have surgery. Anyone have this issue with their stomach? In process have mental evaluation and nutrition class. Hopefully not classes. But now this is slowing me down. At least be healthy and they can go forth with my surgery. I was reading from taking arthrites meds and could be caused by radiation. They found a spot on my breast so every 6mths I was being exposed to radiation. Also since I was 38 I have been taking Arthrites meds and I am now 54. So hopefully the antibiotics will clear it all up.

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Keeping you in my prayers🙏that it smooths out, you get good enough to have your surgery, and that you won't have to wait much longer. Was it h pylori or something else? Some,people on here said it took a while for h pylori to heal and it is very common in the General Population these days. I haven't had it, a miracle with everything else that I have had.

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Keeping you in my prayers[emoji120]that it smooths out, you get good enough to have your surgery, and that you won't have to wait much longer. Was it h pylori or something else? Some,people on here said it took a while for h pylori to heal and it is very common in the General Population these days. I haven't had it, a miracle with everything else that I have had.
I don't know I will have to ask them. I think it is just gastritis and they don't want it to make an ulcer. She just called and said it was a stomach infection. Thanks for prayers Frustr8!

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