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What are symptoms of stomach ulcers?
- Pain in the epigastric region, around where the tip of your sternum is. Relieved by antacids.
- Duodenal ulcers manifest as pain when the patient is hungry, usually at night.
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There may be no symptoms of ulcers or the individual may experience: . A gnawing or burning pain in the abdomen between the breastbone and the navel. The pain is usually wor…se a couple of hours after a meal or in the middle of the night when the stomach is empty. . Nausea . Vomiting . Loss of appetite . Loss of weight . Tiredness (a symptom of a bleeding ulcer) . Weakness (a symptom of a bleeding ulcer) . Blood in vomit or stool. When blood is in the stool, it appears tarry or black (symptom of a bleeding ulcer). Resource: www.BidAnswer.com/#answers
To put it simply, it's basically a cold core, but in your stomache.
Peptic ulcers or stomach ulcers are the most common types of ulcers and are described as erosions in the gastrointestinal tract greater than .5 cm that are acidic and extremel…y painful. . Symptoms include: . abdominal pain . bloating and fullness . nausea . loss of appetite and weight loss . vomiting of blood . foul smelling feces
There are many symptoms of Ulcer Pain. Indestion is one of the most common symptoms. The person could feel a bit of heartburn sensation also. Internal bleeding occurs under se…ver circumstances. Some patients feel hungry often or full otherwise. Lot of eople feel nauseous. Due to this feeling, there is loss of appetite. If the condition gets bad, then it can lead to weight loss. Some people feel pain after eating anything while others experience it hour or 2 after eating. Hope this helps. Heartburn, symptoms similar to acid re-flux disease, blood in vomit. A high stress environment or genetic condition can cause ulcers. They can be extremely serious, you should seek medical attention if you believe you're suffering from an ulcer.Ulcers are very treatable.
The most common symptoms are abdominal pain and burning sensations. Especially when anything acidic is eaten.
A Stomach Ulcer is like, have you had one of those cold sores that you get on your gums or on the inside of your lip? Well it's sort of like that. You usually get them when yo…u eat a lot of hot (spicy) foods. If it gets really bad it could possibly burst. So if you have them, it's best to get them treated right away.
Abdominal pain, often worse with eating and blood in the stool or large black tarry stool.
There will be pain in the abdomen and gastritis.
There may be no symptoms at all of an ulcer. There may be symptoms like a burning pain in the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, black or tarry stool. Please see the… related link below for more information.
A stomach ulcer is usually caused by an infection with a bacterium (germ) called H. pylori. A 4-8 week course of acid-suppressing medication will allow the ulcer to heal. In a…ddition, a one week course of two antibiotics plus an acid-suppressing drug will usually clear the H. pyloriinfection. This usually prevents the ulcer recurring again. Anti-inflammatory drugs used to treat conditions such as arthritis sometimes cause stomach ulcers. If you need to continue with the anti-inflammatory drug, then you may need to take long term acid-suppressing medication.
Stomach ulcers generally manifest themselves as significant pain in the abdomen for an extended period of time. An ulcer may also lead to symptoms of indigestion, vomiting, an…d nausea.
set up a doctors appointment
stomach ulcers eat away at the stomach lining causing terrible pain and sometimes they can even bleed
abdominal pain, worse after eating, relieved by vomiting nausea, vomiting
Stomach ulcers usually cause persistent and unexplainable abdominal pain and cramping. Additional symptoms may include acid reflux, indigestion, nausea, and vomiting.
Stomach ulers are usually characterized by pain just below the breastbone that comes and goes. It can even wake you from your sleep. You may also feel very bloated, or "full…" after a meal.