Medical Advices

Medical Advices

H. Pylori

50 %  Of the world's adults have H. Pylori

Most people do not feel sick until the condition develops

Some of the symptoms that a patient may feel:

  • abdominal pain
  • nausea
  • vomit
  • Feeling bloating and gases
  • Weight loss

What do you eat if you get H. Pylori?

  • Most of the fruits and vegetables, especially those that contain vitamin C.
  • Drink more water
  • Eat cereals and legumes such as oats and beans
  • Add cinnamon, cloves and garlic to your diet
  • Replace the coffee with green tea
  • Take honey from the morning


  • Milk and whole fat
  • Chocolate
  • refined flour (white)
  • Sugars and soft drinks
  • Beware salted and smoked foods
  • fried food

For diagnosis  :

  • Ag in Stool
  • Ab ( IgG –IgM – IgA )
  • Urea breath test
  • Helicobacter line test
  • Biopsy



Type I: Young children and young people usually fall under 20 years and is caused by the inability of the pancreas to secrete insulin

Type 2: the most common type and accounts for 90% of patients with diabetes

The most common type in adults over 40 years or overweight

Is caused by the inability of the body to secrete sufficient amount of insulin hormone or the presence of sufficient amount of insulin, but not effective, resulting in high blood sugar

Symptoms of Diabetes:

• Extreme thirst

• Delayed wound healing

• Heat in the feet

• Frequent urination

• Tiredness and exhaustion Difficulty concentrating

• Skin infections

• Pain and numbness in the limbs

• Weight loss

• Disorders of vision

For diagnosis :

  • FBS- 2Hr PP -  Random Blood Sugar
  • Insulin (FBS- 2Hr PP )
  • C- peptide
  • Anti insulin Ab
  • Anti –islet Ab
  • Homa IR

For follow up :

  • FBS- 2Hr PP
  • HbA1c
  • Microalbuminuria / e GFR/cystatin C
  • Lipid profile
  • CK- MB / Trophnine / LDH


Water is a major component: represents

  • 75% of brain size
  • 92% of blood volume
  • 75% of the muscles
  • 22% of bone

Therefore, the individual should drink 8 glasses of water as an average

Water intake should be increased in cases of exercise, summer, illness, pregnancy and lactation

Morning advice: Drink a glass of water daily as you wake up

Benefits of water for the human body:

  • Maintains the freshness and vitality of the skin
  • Weight loss
  • Important for the kidneys, intestines, bones, muscles, brain, lungs, blood and eye

Lack of drinking water causes:

  • Fatigue and stress
  • High blood pressure
  • Increase asthma and allergies
  • Skin problems due to dehydration
  • Helps to increase cholesterol
  • Problems with kidney and bladder
  • Problems in digestion
  • Joint pain
  • The effects of aging progress rapidly


Is the increased pressure on the walls of the arteries, which regulate the amount of blood passing through the expansion and regular contraction with the heartbeat If these arteries lost flexibility for any reason then increase the resistance of arteries to blood circulation and raise blood pressure and therefore the resistance of arterial walls of blood circulation is an important factor To determine the level of blood pressure and control

Types of blood pressure:

There are two types of pressure being measured

Systolic pressure is measured when the heart contracts during the pumping process

Diastolic pressure is measured when the heart relaxes to receive the blood coming from the body

Normal range of blood pressure:

Systolic pressure 120

Diastolic pressure 80


Hypertension has two main types:

Type I: is the most widespread in the world and does not know the cause of a certain occurrence

Type II: This occurs because of a disease that leads to high pressure such as kidney disease or aorta or some diseases of the glands of silence or the use of some medications

Risk factors:

There are a number of factors that increase the proportion of pressure disease, including the following:

• Age

• Increase the intake of foods containing sodium and reduce the intake of foods containing potassium

•Genetic factors

•Lack of exercise

• Smoking    &Stress


Usually, people with high blood pressure do not show any symptoms but some patients may feel the following:

• headache

• vertigo

• Shortness of breath

• More nasal bleeding than usual

For diagnosis :

  • Renin
  • Dopamine
  • Aldosterone
  • Catecholamine ( Adrenaline – Noradrenaline )
  • ACTH – Cortisol
  • ADH