Health Conditions

Gastric Ulcer

What is Gastric Ulcer?

Gastric ulcers occur in the stomach. Acids in the stomach break down the stomach lining causing swelling or an ulcer. Symptoms include nausea, abdomen pain, vomiting, frequent hunger, and weight loss.

Treatment for gastric ulcer includes medication and cutting down on foods or habits that can cause ulcers. Drug classes used to treat gastric ulcer are proton pump inhibitors, histamine-2 antagonists, and prostaglandins.

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