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Between 10 and 15 percent of people with GERD develop Barrett's esophagus. 4. Obesity-specifically high levels of belly fat-and smoking also increase your chances of developing Barrett's esophagus. Some studies suggest that your genetics, or inherited genes, may play a role in whether or not you develop Barrett's esophagus. What factors decrease a person's chances of developing Barrett's esophagus? Having a Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection may decrease your chances of ...How to know if you have Barretts esophagus?
The diagnosis of Barrett's esophagus rests upon seeing (at endoscopy) a pink esophageal lining that extends a short distance (usually less than 2.5 inches) up the esophagus from the gastroesophageal junction and finding intestinal type cells (goblet cells) on biopsy of the lining.Does Barretts esophagus ever heal?
As the esophagus tries to heal itself, the cells can change to the type of cells found in Barrett's esophagus. However, some people diagnosed with Barrett's esophagus have never experienced heartburn or acid reflux. It's not clear what causes Barrett's esophagus in these people.How to cure Barrett's esophagus naturally?
Treatment often involves lifestyle modifications and medications. In severe cases, surgery may be required. Dietary changes, such as avoiding foods that cause esophageal irritation and eating smaller meals, can be helpful in treating esophagitis caused by chronic acid reflux.