Gastric ulcers are called lesions on the lining of the digestive system. They are caused by a wound in the stomach or intestine due to an excess of acid. Ulcers mostly occur in the duodenum (the first part of the intestine). The second most common part is the stomach (gastric ulcer). There are several reasons for peptic ulcers:
Helicobacter pylori, a type of bacteria, is the cause of many ulcers. Acids and other juices produced by the stomach can contribute to ulcers by burning the lining of the digestive tract. This happens when the body makes too much acid or the lining of the digestive tract is damaged due to some reason. Physical or emotional stress in a person can increase an already present ulcer. Ulcers can also be caused by continued use of certain medications, such as painkillers.
When you eat or drink, you feel better and then after 1 or 2 hours, the situation becomes worse (duodenal ulcer). When you eat or drink, do not feel good (stomach ulcer). Stomach pain that occurs at night. Abdominal weight gain, bloated, burning sensation or mild pain, feeling of unexpected weight gain.
Do not smoke Avoid anti-inflammatory drugs. Avoid caffeine and alcohol unless given by a physician. Avoid spicy foods if they cause irritation.
Vomit blood or eat food eaten hours or days ago, or always have nausea or persistent vomiting. Feeling abnormally weak or dizzy. There is blood in the stool (blood can make your stool black or tar-like.) Suddenly severe pain, pain does not go away even after taking medicine and pain reaches back. Weight is continuously decreasing.
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Cook it in 1 glass of milk and drink it 2 times a day.
Sour things stale food, fried, chili, spices, fast food meat drink