Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Ulcers In The Stomach

Key points:
  • What are stomach ulcers
  • How do we get them
  • How to diagnose them
  • Remedies

Summary:

A quick explanation as to what stomach ulcers are, how people get stomach ulcers, how to diagnose stomach ulcers and couple of ways to treat them and how I have overcome them naturally.

What are stomach ulcers?

Stomach ulcers are just like the ulcers you sometimes get in your mouth, only they are located in your stomach. Stomach ulcers are painful and cause a range of issues that if not treated, can cause serious harm to your health.

How do stomach ulcers form?

There is much debate over how stomach ulcers are formed. There are many possible causes such as but not limited too:

  • Stress
  • Lack of Exercise
  • Diet
  • Alcohol
  • NSAID Medication
  • Heliobacter-Pelori Bacterium

How to diagnose?

There are a couple of indications pointing to stomach ulcers. If you have any of the following symptoms please consult your doctor for a proper analysis:

  • Stomach discomfort
  • Heartburn / Acid Reflux
  • Chest pain
  • Vomiting
  • Blood in stool

Treatment / Remedies

Now if the doctor suspects you have stomach ulcers they may prescribe you with an acid-blocker medication which will reduce the amount of stomach acid in your stomach. Whilst this may help you for a couple of weeks the symptoms of stomach ulcers will usually return and become even more painful.

There is a natural remedy for stomach ulcers that has an average healing time of 6 days compared to the standard therapy which has a healing time of 62 days. Standard therapy is a combination of acid-blockers and other drugs. The natural remedy can be brought at your local supermarket for cheap but beware, the taste is almost unbearable.

Find out more about this natural remedy and get relief from ulcers in thestomach!

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