I had an upper gastro endoscope examination - the doctor found only an inflammed stomach
I have had antibiotic treatment for HP and found clear 1 year ago - I have been taking Omniprazole
for Hiatus Hernia and found that my stomach pain was less when I did not takre Omniprazole but reflux was worse
Can prolonged use of Omniprazole be the cause me severe stomach pain 1 -2 hours after eating.- but not always
Eating a very small amount can ease the discomfort. I am waitingb the outcome of the biopsy
While I did not find any reference to severe stomach pain 1-2 hrs after eating among any symptoms of prolonged use of Omniprazole, I did find that there can be long term side effects. Have you gotten the results of your biopsy? Have they ruled out any food allergies? How long have you been taking this medication?
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