Stomach ulcers (gastric ulcers) are open sores that develop on the lining of the stomach. Ulcers can also occur in part of the intestine just beyond the stomach. These are called duodenal ulcers.
Stomach and duodenal ulcers are sometimes called peptic ulcers. This information applies to both.
The most common symptom of a stomach ulcer is a burning or gnawing pain that develops in your abdomen (tummy).
However, some stomach ulcers aren’t painful and are only noticed when a complication develops, such as bleeding from the ulcer.
The pain caused by a stomach ulcer can either travel:
Taking antacids (indigestion medication) may temporarily relieve the pain, but it will keep coming back if the ulcer isn’t treated.
Less common symptoms of a stomach ulcer include:
Some people also find they burp or become bloated after eating fatty foods.
Drink 1 capsule daily as follows after a meal or snack:
Gut Cleanse in the morning
DNA Protector in the evening
Digestive and Colon Herbal capsules, drink 2 capsules twice a day, 30 minutes before meals.
Heartburn and Ulcer Tincture, 6-8 squirts in the mouth, three times daily, 30 minutes before meals.
Drink 20ml Beet Kvass, twice a day, to assist with stomach acid balance.