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what are the symptoms of peptic ulcers disease?

A: Acid eructation, Burning sensation in the chest,spasmodic pain in the upper abdomen and nausea and vomitting.Sense of fullness in the stomach. burning sensation in the stomach...very localised, especially at lunch time Flatulence... An ulcer can result when the stomach produces excess acid or there is insufficient mucus to protect the lining from damage. There are several factors that increase a person''s risk of getting a peptic ulcer. Some people with peptic ulcers have no symptoms. However, many people have abdominal pain, usually just below the chestbone. A...


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what''s the daily useful food for people with stomach ulcer? And is the nut oil useful in this case and where we can find it?

A: Stomach ulcers are a very common condition that can easily be treated using both conventional treatments and dietary measures. Stomach ulcers can be extremely discomforting or debilitating, with severe abdominal pain. The mucous membrane around your digestive organs gets weakened in this condition, which is more common among people who frequently suffer from acidity or stomach infections. Stomach ulcers or peptic ulcers can affect individuals of any age group, with young children and the aged being particularly vulnerable. Make it a point to follow your doctor''s...
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Is there a natural way to deal with an ulcer? Also what does it mean if you get

A: Hi Salsa Here are some ideas to heal your condition. Causes of peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to...
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what is the peptic Ulcer Diet?

A: The peptic ulcer diet may help reduce some symptoms of indigestion, but it cannot cure peptic ulcers or prevent them from forming. While in the past it was thought that peptic ulcers were mainly the result of diet or stress, medical professionals today point to an entirely different cause, the presence of the h. pylori bacteria. Sometimes this bacterium will inflame the stomach or duodenum lining and result in an ulcer. Though diet is not a primary cause of ulcers, and most peptic ulcers are now treated with antibiotics, observing the peptic...


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what should I avoid if I think I am in the early stages of a peptic ulcer?

A: Natural Cure for peptic Ulcer There are many ways to treat peptic ulcers naturally. Here are some of the best natural home cures for peptic ulcers: Fenugreek leaves are the best cure for peptic ulcers. Boil these leaves in water and add salt to it. Drink the mixture at least twice a day.Banana is a time tested remedy or cure for ulcers. It helps in neutralizing the harmful effects of gastric juices. Eat two to three bananas every day with milk.A glass of lime juice consumed daily can also help in curing peptic ulcers. This is because there are mineral salts present...
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what Should I Eat On A peptic Ulcer?

A: You should eat foods that are non-irritating when you have a peptic ulcer. Try to avoid caffeine, spicy foods, chocolate, smoking cigarettes, and acidic foods. Also some people find that mint irritates their ulcer, but others find that it helps. Basically listen to your body. Don''t eat fried, spicy, or citrus foods. Eat low fat foods. Eat several small meals a day instead of three large meals. Eat fruits and vegetables with lots of fiber. avoid tomato based

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I have peptic ulcer. Lost a lot of weight. Want to put the weight back on. what is the best way to do this without causing more stomach problems and weight loss?

A: An ulcer that is present in the gastrointestinal tract is called a peptic ulcer. A peptic ulcer is very painful as it is usually acidic in nature. These ulcers are generally linked with bacteria that are found in the acids in the stomach and are most commonly seen in the initial part of the small intestine, just following the stomach. Abdominal pain, loss of appetite, bloating, weakness, nausea, vomiting and loss of weight are typical symptoms of peptic ulcers. Many people do not take the pain and discomfort resulting from these ulcers seriously and resort to over the counter drugs which can...


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what Should I Eat On A peptic Ulcer?

A: You should eat foods that are non-irritating when you have a peptic ulcer. Try to avoid caffeine, spicy foods, chocolate, smoking cigarettes, and acidic foods. Also some people find that mint irritates their ulcer, but others find that it helps. Basically listen to your body. Don''t eat fried, spicy, or citrus foods. Eat low fat foods. Eat several small meals a day instead of three large meals. Eat fruits and vegetables with lots of fiber. avoid tomato based

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what type of foods should I be eating with a peptic ulcer?

A: Diet Advice for peptic Ulcer peptic ulcers are open sores in the stomach or duodenum lining. An appropriate diet is very essential to treat peptic ulcer to avoid any kind of gastric irritation and excessive acid secretion. Here are some of the dietary guidelines that are beneficial to cure peptic ulcers by reducing reflux and stomach acid. First of all make sure that you eat less and in equal intervals of time. Don't indulge yourself in overeating or avoid periods of hunger. Chew food slowly and allow each and...
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I may have a stomach or peptic ulcer, can I remedy by taking a probiotic and eating yogurt?

A: About 2/3 of stomach ulcers are caused by infection with a bacteria known as H. pylori, and someone won a Nobel Prize for figuring that out. Probiotics and yogurt will not cure an infection. Most of the other 1/3 are associated with taking NSAID drugs like asprin, with drinking alcohol, and/or with smoking. Probiotics and yogurt will not remedy those either. If you really think you have an ulcer, you should see a doctor who can prescribe the appropriate medicines (antibiotics and antacids). The Wikipedia entry mentions that probiotics might help treat H. pylori, when used in conjunction with *standard medical...


 
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