With erosive bulbitis, a deeper damage to the tissues of the bulb occurs up to the muscle layer. The most common cause of erosions are Helicobacter pylori in combination with gastritis. Also, erosion can occur due to damage to the glands that produce a secret that neutralizes the acid of gastric juice. Erosive bulbitis is divided into several types depending on the depth of the lesion.
Chronic is characterized by a change in periods of exacerbation and remission.
The acute form is most often infectious.
The chronic form usually proceeds painlessly, the patient experiences only discomfort after eating (feeling of a full stomach).Read More
Sometimes aching pain can come at night. Severe pain is felt on palpation. With erosive-hemorrhagic bulbitis, an admixture of blood in the feces is possible. With timely adequate treatment of erosion, the prognosis is favorable. In advanced episodes, they lead to the formation of an ulcer.
During fibrogastroduodenoscopy, small nodular formations - follicles - are visible on the inner surface of the bulb. In this way, the lymphatic vessels located in the wall of the duodenum react to inflammation. The causative agents of infection are parasites - helminths and Giardia. The development of the disease is facilitated by a violation of hygiene, reduced immunity, a history of gastritis and nutritional errors.
Often occurs in children as a result of not fully treated gastritis. Follicular bulbitis responds well to treatment and has a favorable prognosis. Treatment of bulbitis requires an integrated approach. It usually consists of drug therapy, a strict diet, and traditional methods.
A good antiparasitic remedy is birch (leaves), especially in combination with oregano and elecampane. St. John's wort tea and propolis tincture are useful. Erosive bulbit effectively treats oak decoction.
Traditional medicine has accumulated a large number of recipes that perfectly help to cope with bulbitis.
Bulbit, especially in acute form, reduces the quality of life of the patient. This can be avoided, because the main risk factors depend on the person. Self-medication is unacceptable, a thorough diagnosis and doctor's prescription are necessary, depending on the results of the examination. With adequate treatment, the prognosis for life is favorable.