Can someone with intestinal ulcers drink coffee?

Can someone with intestinal ulcers drink coffee?

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  1. I’ve had cancer of the lower bowel(surgery & radiology). I’ve had a carcinoma removed from my airways / throat. 2X by knife & 3 X laser. Solace — pure coffee. single origin, roasted beans, a grinder, & a percolator(I have two). BIG cups X3 daily, Raw honey & fresh full cream milk to taste.. In my late 70’s, & still going strong

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  2. I wonder why you haven’t posed this question to your medical provider who knows your condition better than any armchair pretend doc here. Please contact your primary care physician/nurse practitioner and please ignore any “advice” given here. You have a medical condition.

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  3. To minimise symptoms, individuals with ulcer disease should avoid or limit both coffee and alcohol.
    Many years ago I had an ulcer and the doctor told me to avoid coffee until the ulcer was cleared up.
    I am not surprised to find that is the same today, but I did look it up and found this:-
    “Both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee can increase acid production and exacerbate symptoms in individuals with ulcer disease. Alcoholic beverages can erode the protective mucosal lining along the gastrointestinal tract and lead to further inflammation and bleeding.
    However, Coffee and caffeine increase stomach acid, but they do not seem to cause ulcers or make symptoms worse.
    So, I think your answer has to be “Over to you” 🙂

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  4. If one should have intestinal ulcers they must some drinks such as
    Chocolate milk, Hot coca and cola, Any beverages with caffeine, Decaffeinated coffee, green tea, orange and grapefruit juice.

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  5. According to to the Drugs .com , ulcer patients , should drink 6 to 8 cups of liquids, that may be include water, mild herbal teas, noncaffinated drinks and low -acid juices such as grape and apple. Drinking coffee might irritate your stomach and worse your ulcer pain but finally, it depends on your personal tolerence.

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  6. That sounds like a life gamble, too me???
    I’ll say yes, but weak coffee first, like 1 grain to a cup, then work your way up, to a teaspoon.

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