Health Conditions

Peptic Ulcer

What is Peptic Ulcer?

A peptic ulcer occurs when the stomach lining and small intestine are not protected from acid that can cause erosion. Symptoms include abdominal pain, nausea, fatigue, bloody stools, and vomiting blood.

Treatment for peptic ulcer includes taking medication to protmote healing. Commonly prescribed drug classes are anticholinergic / benzodiazepine combinations and anticholinergics.

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Anticholinergic / Benzodiazepine Combinations

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