Peptic Ulcers Archive
What causes stomach ulcers? That’s a familiar question when it comes to discussing about ‘peptic’ (a Latin and ancient Greek vocabulary) that refers to the ‘digestive system’. There are several answers since many times the problem is
Stomach ulcer symptoms can sometimes be very bothersome. The disease may also cause complications (if poorly controlled /left untreated). What you eat does have a role to cope with — certain foods /drinks may aggravate the symptoms.
A peptic ulcer (open sore) can develop on the stomach lining (called stomach ulcer) or first part of the intestine (called duodenal ulcer). A number of treatment options are available to soothe and heal the open sore,
Stomach ulcer — as the name suggests — is an open sore with inflammation that forms on the inside lining of the stomach. If left untreated it may turn to become serious, leading to dangerous complications. So
Nowadays stomach ulcer surgery is not commonly suggested since we already have many alternative non-surgical treatments to choose from. However it may be also suggested due to certain reasons (in a few cases). And if your doctor
The open sore of stomach ulcer has a number of signs and symptoms, though sometimes it could also be asymptomatic (especially when the disease is still mild). As the open sore progresses, it would become severe –
A number of procedures are available to treat stomach ulcer, an open sore (inflammation) that forms in the lining of the stomach. Treatment is usually focused to target the underlying cause of the disease. For instance, antibiotics