Differences of Peptic, Gastric, and Duodenal Ulcer!
Last updated April 1, 2013
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Many patients reports that their abdominal pain and other symptoms often come and go. However, you need to clearly understand that the healing of the symptom on its own doesn’t always mean that the problem is completely cured naturally.
And one thing you need to know – if improperly treated, there is a chance for the complications to occur. Some of these complications are:
- Abnormal bleeding.
- A hole that occurs in the walls of the stomach /duodenal – medically called perforation, it is a serious or even medically emergency condition.
- There is also a chance of developing the gastric outlet obstruction which can affect the passageway from stomach to the duodenal.
WHICH FOODS ARE EAT BY A PEPTIC DUODENAL ULCER PATIENT