- Changes in appetite such as appetite
loss and fatty-food intolerance.
- Changes in weight. People with
peptic ulcer can experience unintentional weight loss.
- Nausea. This symptom may be
followed with vomiting or feeling faint.
- Digestive discomfort such as
- A discomfort burn sensation in
the chest (heartburn).
- Blood (especially dark blood) in
the stool – also often called tarry stools.
- Trouble breathing or chest pain.
is a rare complication of stomach ulcer. It is a condition of when the inside
lining of your stomach splitting open, allowing bacteria in the stomach to
escape which then may infect the lining of your abdominal cavity called
peritoneum. The bacteria may also spread elsewhere through bloodstream, causing
a condition called sepsis (blood poisoning).
acute back pain that signal perforation is usually followed with a sudden
abdominal pain (the most common symptom of perforation) which becomes steadily
worse. Seek a medical help immediately if you experience this type of pain,
because perforation is serious or even could be life-threatening
If perforation is suspected, tests (such as imaging tests) and immediate treatment is required. Resection or surgical drainage is often suggested to help cope with.
back pain may also occur due to other digestive problems. Irritable bowel
syndrome (IBS), for example, can occasionally cause pain in the back. But back
pain is not common symptom of IBS. The common symptoms include abdominal pain, changes
in bowel movement (including constipation or diarrhea), bloating, and
ulcer is treatable or even curable. But again, it could turn into serious if
left untreated. Furthermore, it’s important to follow the treatment plan as
well. An ulcer may fail to heal if it’s not treated properly. For more
guidance, talk with a doctor!