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Ulcer Disease Symptoms

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How to Recognize Symptoms of heartburn


Ulcer disease or commonly known as gastritis is a disease dikarena disturbance in the stomach caused by increased levels of stomach acid . Ulcers that occur in the stomach or small intestine, known as peptic ulcers. A peptic ulcer in the stomach also called gastric ulcer. Ulcers can be caused by factorsstyle life such as diet and stress, or the amount of excess stomach acid.However, largely due to the infection caused by the bacterium Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori).Acute gastritis symptoms sometimes do not show symptoms, which means someone who has ulcer disease do not experience any symptoms.
According to the origin of the word ulcer is derived from the Dutch language, which means the stomach while the other words of gastritis ulcer is derived from the Greek word meaning gastro abdominal or stomach, and itis which means inflammation. In medical terms ulcer disease known as dyspepsia, which means excess levels of stomach acid, causing pain and heat in the solar plexus.

So it can be concluded in general ulcer disease is a disease of the stomach disorder caused by high levels of stomach acid. Excess stomach acid for a long time can result in inflammation of the stomach and intestines

Recognize the Symptoms

1)    Pay attention to your stomach pain anywhere between the chest and the navel. The pain can vary in severity and duration, lasting anywhere from a few minutes to several hours.This often happens in between the time your stomach emptying, and could be described as burning, stabbing or aching pain. Often the pain caused by infection in the stomach can be temporarily relieved by eating foods that reduce acid in the stomach, or by taking a drug to reduce stomach acid. If you are abdominal pain caused by infection in the stomach, can occur at night and whenever you are hungry.


2)    Pay attention to other symptoms of gastritis that sufferers have reported that all of these symptoms do not happen to everyone, but you may experience a combination of any of them. 

Increasing the amount of gas and belching. 
A feeling of fullness and inability to drink plenty of fluids. 
Being hungry a few hours after eating. 
Nausea mild, most commonly in the first waking up in the morning. 
The overall feeling of being tired and unwell. 
Loss of appetite, 
weight decreased.


3)    Recognize the symptoms of a severe ulcer. If left untreated, ulcers can cause internal bleeding and other problems, which leads to a state of emergency treatment. 
Vomiting, especially if vomiting of blood, linger or pale stools may also be a sign of a severe ulcer, 
bloody stools.


4)    See a doctor if you experience symptoms of gastritis. Maag is a serious condition that requires medical treatment. Drug - gastric acid-lowering drugs may provide temporary relief, but do not treat the condition.

5)    If you see more likely to develop ulcer disease. While heartburn can be present in a number of reasons, for most individuals, those most at risk of ulcer disease include: People who are infected by H. pylori bacteria.  People who regularly take non-steroidal anti-  inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen, aspirin, or naproxen.  People with descendants of the family. People who regularly drink alcohol. People who have the disease or diseases related to the liver,  kidneys, or lungs. People who are older than 50 years.
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