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Thursday, December 24, 2009

NEW MEGA SERIES: HUMAN DISEASES, REDEFINED



© 2008/2009: Dr. V.M. Palaniappan
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28. Duodenal Ulcer (‘Stomach Pain’)

Very recently, researchers have come up with the novel award-winning ‘finding’ that ulcers formed in the duodenum region of the digestive tract is the result of an infection by a bacteria called H. pylori, in full, Helicobater pylori.

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This idea had muted because of its presence in the wounds of most of the ulcer patients. However, this finding appears to be a mistaken inference.
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Based on this misunderstood belief, the ulcer patients are treated with antibiotics, thinking that the ulcers would heal with the destruction of the bacteria.
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In addition, these ulcer patients are also prescribed some antacids. The latter drug is supposed to neutralise the excessive acid secretions found at the duodenum.
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Duodenal ulcer occurs only in the extremely thin-looking persons categorised as of Skeletal Type, with a calf hardness (cH) of -20 to -40. It almost never occurs in people who are obese with higher calf densities.
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I have, at different occasions, described the exact reasons for the development of such a thin body frame.
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People eating extremely little food because of their Anorexia Nervosa condition tend to get a thin body frame and duodenal ulcer. However, this appears to be less common among people.
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When growing-up persons drink excessive water (e.g., 4 or 5 L daily), and urinate several times (e.g., more than about 14 times), they tend to:
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(a) lose most of the nutrients, especially the calcium contents in the food they eat, through the urine as leachates, and
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(b) eat very little food, simply because:
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(i) they eat slowly,
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(ii) they eat low density foods: e.g., eat over-cooked soft rice and other water-retaining foods, fruits and vegetables that occupy most part of the stomach volume, and,
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(iii) fill their stomach space with water by drinking it intermittently while eating.
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The water-filled stomach will have much reduced volume space for food. This results in reduced food consumption.
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In other words, the person consumes only lesser calories in relation to the required energy for the body’s overall work.
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When this kind of ‘budget deficiency’ happens on a regular basis, the brain tries to provide energy by burning away the stored fats initially, the soft tissues subsequently, and even the harder ones after that.
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Along with time, the person would become ‘skeletal-looking’.
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A substantial quantity of the most needed electrolytes (the salts) will also get lost in the abundant urine. This will induce increased production of the male sex hormone called androgen, which in turn will create palpitation (i.e., rapid heart beat). Because of this, the person would become hyperactive, and the ‘metabolic rate increases’.
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A hyperactive person tends to spend more calories. This would then increase further the need for more food.
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Since the sufferer ‘refuses’ to eat more food, the brain induces an increased secretion of the pancreatic (digestive) juice to give the person an enormous hunger, with the ‘belief’ that he would then eat more food.
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The acid constituent of the digestive juice, in the absence of any food to act upon, corrodes the thin epithelial wall of the duodenum giving rise to the development of ulcer there, and causing severe pain to the victim.
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The wound becomes a good niche for the E. coli bacteria to thrive well.
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Unfortunately, as said earlier, this has been mistaken by many, and they believe that it is E. coli that creates the wound.
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If the sufferer had eaten more food at frequent intervals, the energy expenditure would have got compensated then and there, and all problems would have stood solved.
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Such a condition would not have warranted the increased secretion of the pancreatic juice, and thereby, the ulceration would not have occurred.
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If the duodenum remains in the healthy state, without any wound, the E. coli can never gain access to the tissues there.
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The correct procedure to cure a duodenal ulcer should centre around correcting the calorie/energy deficiency.
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In other words, the person must be trained to eat more energy-giving, high density foods (e.g., meat).
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This can be achieved by (a) a gradual reduction of water intake (to about 2 L / day), and (b) a gradual increase in the quantity of food eaten.
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A slight change in the selection of food eaten by the sufferer would also help him a great deal. As indicated above, he should eat more of the high density foods and less of the soft, water-containing foods.
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Whatever, the patient should be encouraged to continue with his nice habit of liberal urination. This alone should never be reduced for any reason, for a reduction would only take him towards becoming obese.
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All these years, duodenal ulcer patients were given antacids (e.g., containing magnesium) for quickly neutralising the acidity at the duodenum
[1]. This would give a rapid relief from pain. ‘’’
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(*The brain, finding enormous amounts of concentrated, abnormal and unnatural alkaline substances (i.e., the synthetic antacids from drugs administered) at the duodenum, would consider them as foods, and would start secreting increased amounts of acids in order to neutralise them.
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This way, the ulcer keeps on becoming worse until such time that it starts bleeding. Surgical help perhaps will be the next step available to the victim.)
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Often, these patients are told to drink cow’s milk often, since that too can neutralise the acidity, thus giving the patient a good relief from pain.
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Both the above should be considered as of symptomatic treatments only.
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The administration of both the above, in the long run, would only give the patient kidney stones, breast lumps, and several other diseases, including cancer, leading to death** .
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(*A few years ago, there lived a Skeletal girl, aged 21 or so, in a township called Klang, near Kuala Lumpur. She developed duodenal ulcer, due to under-consumption of food and over-consumption of water.
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Her doctor in one of the hospitals here instructed her to take milk, in addition to the antacids he prescribed.
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The pain increased along with time. She was told to increase the milk intake. A while later, she was told to take a special powdered milk preparation that was commercially available then. It contained more than 2000 mg of calcium. She was to take it four times a day, in addition to some calcium and few other antacid tablets.
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All in, according to her parents, her daily consumption of the calcium added up to an enormous quantity.
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In two years’ time, as she was still on the same diet, she became obese, and developed lumps in her breasts.
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Initially, these lumps were operated out, through lumpectomy. At a later date, her right side breast was completely removed through a surgical procedure called mastectomy.
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More or less at the same time, she developed stones in her kidneys, and urination became impeded. She was given diuretics to help her to urinate.
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As time passed by, she became bed-ridden with intense pain, and was not able to sit or stand on her own.
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However, she was still continuing her massive intake of calcium from several sources.
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One day, when she was 24 or so, she collapsed, and died at the hospital. )
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(**A few years ago, there lived a Skeletal girl, aged 21 or so, in a township called Klang, near Kuala Lumpur. She developed duodenal ulcer, due to under-consumption of food and over-consumption of water.
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Her doctor in one of the hospitals here instructed her to take milk, in addition to the antacids he prescribed.

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The pain increased along with time. She was told to increase the milk intake. A while later, she was told to take a special powdered milk preparation that was commercially available then. It contained more than 2000 mg of calcium. She was to take it four times a day, in addition to some calcium and few other antacid tablets.

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All in, according to her parents, her daily consumption of the calcium added up to an enormous quantity.

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In two years’ time, as she was still on the same diet, she became obese, and developed lumps in her breasts.

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Initially, these lumps were operated out, through lumpectomy. At a later date, her right side breast was completely removed through a surgical procedure called mastectomy.

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More or less at the same time, she developed stones in her kidneys, and urination became impeded. She was given diuretics to help her to urinate.

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As time passed by, she became bed-ridden with intense pain, and was not able to sit or stand on her own.

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However, she was still continuing her massive intake of calcium from several sources.

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One day, when she was 24 or so, she collapsed, and died at the hospital.)
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I have often helped ulcer patients to overcome their pain, with the use of glucose.
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Glucose forms an alternative source of food energy to help the nervous system to withdraw the abundant acid secretions. Thus, the ulcers, even at bleeding stages, can be rapidly cured in a non-invasive manner.
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However, glucose administration should be carefully monitored, and should be stopped as soon as possible. This has to be stopped once the person picks up the habit of eating more food.
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Anyway, reckless administration of glucose in great abundance can give a person the type I diabetes mellitus. So, care must be exercised to avoid any mishap.
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In the case of the Klang girl (see footnote), if only some one told her to eat more of the high-density food, none of the problems would have existed. Now, she would be living well.
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I hope, people suffering from duodenal ulcers, at least from now on, will understand the reason behind their problem, and get it corrected in a simple manner rather than taking it too far, and also from suffering too much.
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See also Calf Pain.
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