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Chronic Superficial Gastritis
Hi, i just made a biopsy and the resulta was:

Macroscopic description:

Two Fragments of yellow collor with 0,3 cm of bigger axis

Microscopia Diagnostic:

Mucous transition of antrum/corpus with mild chronic superficial gastritis
Helicobacter pylori not observed.

Can anyone helpme in this? I feel stomach pain, reflux, burning, and nausea. And when i ear something it takes hours to digest, i feel full hours and hours, i cannot eat almost anything without getting these terrible symptomps. Im going to specialist soon. But since Helicobacter pylori is not observed in biopsy isnt there a chance that the bug is still there and got undetected? Thank you for help
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