What does a stomach ulcer feel like?

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  1. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

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    And what kind of food is a person restricted to when ya have one?

    I know fatty foods are out?

    mike
  2. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

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    Do they make a person more gascious ?!!

    mike
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    I'm pretty sure that anything you are used to eating is out, Mike.
    The doc's will probably tell you all spices are taboo as well as beef andany foods that are hard to digest.

    Look forward to a lot of liquids and tasty nourishing products like Ensure and other protien and vitamin supplement drinks like it.

    I had a Duadinal ulcer years ago. I'm glad my girlfreind at the time was the daughter of a Dr. in Tucson. He helped me with diet change and free sample meds from his office. About a month later I was OK.

    berto
  4. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

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    I don't know if its an ulcer yet........

    But I'm betting it might be...

    mike
  5. Crpdeth

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    I sure thought I had one, turned out to be dairy...who would have thought a bunch of milk and cheese could put a grown man in such pain.

    ~Crp
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    Go to the Doc's and make sure it's not yer appendix. That one can kill ya, brother.

    berto
  7. glocknut

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    Already did the drop test......

    Probably ain't the appendix......

    mike
  8. Remington597

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    I have one my friend. You do not want one.

    For me , the following are out or I pay dearly.

    1.pizza
    2.anything with citric acid or tomato acid.
    3. milk(forget about it),or milk related.
    4.gaseous vegetables like cabbage,colliflower,broccoli.
    5.peanuts are out.
    6.coffee is out.
  9. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

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    Milk ?!!

    I thought Goats milk was good for an Ulcer?

    mike
  10. armedandsafe

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    A few years ago, there was strong evidence that many ulcers are virus caused. I don't know what progress has been made since then on curing them, although there was some success in trials.

    Just did a little google research and discovered it is bacteria, not virus. That is good news, as we have anti-bacterials, but no anti-virals.

    Look Here

    Pops
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  11. Remington597

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    Whatever it is caused by, it hurts like hell when I don't take my medication or violate my diet. That much you can bank on.
  12. glocknut

    glocknut New Member

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    Several years ago the doc suspected such a thing and put me on 3 different kinds of antibiotics and pepto bismol pills......

    I was hoping for a quick death by the time i was nearly done with the treatment......


    I ain't goin thru that again.....

    mike
  13. rosierita

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    i had them yrs ago ~ mine were stress related. i quit my job & took antacids until they healed. my symptoms were PAIN!!!!:rolleyes: & nausea. serious nausea! i would get nauseous if i didnt eat, i'd have pain if i did!:rolleyes: it was AWEFUL!! if you suspect an ulcer, you really should go see a dr., they can give you a prescription to help ya w/ the pain & the gas. how long have you had the problem?? if you havent suffered for very long, there are some SERIOUS stomach viruses floating around & they can cause the pain & gas as well. you wouldnt necessarily have to have the nausea & vomiting. (a virus can cause symptoms that last a couple weeks!!:eek: ) good luck w/ it, i hope you're feeling better soon!:)
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    glocknut New Member

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    Been this way on and off for 6 months........

    I never wanted to throw up....but have had some serious nausea attacks !!!!!!!!

    mike
  15. Remington597

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    Call your doctor immediatly and tell him whats going on, but don't waste time going to a family physician, ask for a referal to a gastroentorologist., this way , you don't waste time.
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