The sore that develops in the lining of the stomach, lower esophagus, or duodenum (upper part of the intestine) is called a peptic ulcer. It can result from infection with H.pylori bacteria, indiscriminate use of painkillers, smoking, alcoholism, and radiation therapy. The symptoms include nausea, stomach pain, blood in stools, chest pain, and vomiting.
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Query: Hello doctor, I have erosion in my stomach, severe burning sensation and sometimes vomiting and bloating. I have done endoscopy, colonoscopy, angiography and hospitalized for about four times. Recently, again I have done endoscopy found antral erosion. Please advice. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. You have recurrent complaints of antral erosions and ulceration. I will advise some treatment and hope that it will help out. You should send me all your previous endoscopies and other reports done until now. I will also like to know about your H.pylori status. Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, I was diagnosed with hepatitis B positive 18 months ago. My consultant told me that my condition is inactive and need no medication. Some months back, I was feeling hurt in my chest. I was later diagnosed with an ulcer. For some weeks now, I have been having pain around my chest, especia... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. You have been diagnosed with inactive hepatitis B. For that, I will request you to send me all your laboratory work so that a decision about the treatment can be taken. You are now having central chest pain, which looks like to due to an esophageal ulcer called esoph... Read Full »