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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Ulcers (Excretory system) Ulcers: -Abdominal pains-Heart burn-Anemia-Mild abdominal discomfort -Bad breath-Chest pain-Constipation-Diarrhea -Gastritis-Nausia and vomiting-Anxiety-Depression-Fatigue or Low Energy-Headaches or Migraines-Skin Problems-Pre Menstrual Stress-Sinus Problems-Sleep Problems-Weight Problems (Gain or Loss) Treatment Factors smokingfrequent use of steroids (such as those for treating asthma)hypercalcemia (overproduction of calcium)family history of stomach ulcersbeing over 50 years oldexcessive consumption of alcohol Nunc id porta nisl, eget malesua auge. Quisque sit amet lectus fermentum felis sollicitudin fringilla nec pellentesque habitant morbi tristique Praesent scelerisque nunc nunc, in posuere ligula tempus in. Praesent vel tempor lacus. Duis ultricies lectus nisl, eu blandit sem congue sit Vestibulum fringilla, neque et facilisis lacinia, libero nisi ultricies augue, ac elementum magna orci nec ante. Nam vitae dolor faucibus nibh. A Symptoms Stomach ulcers are painful sores that can be found in thestomach lining or small intestine. Stomach ulcers are the most visible sign of peptic ulcer disease. They occur when the thick layer of mucus that protects your stomach from digestive juices is reduced, thus enabling the digestive acids to eat away at the lining tissues of the stomach. 86% H2 blockers: to protect your stomach From making too much acid proton pump inhibitors: blocks the cells that produce acid over-the-counter antacids: to help neutralize stomach acidcytoprotective agents: to protect the lining of the stomach and small intestine, such as Pepto-Bismo Problems To prevent ulcers caused by NSAIDs, stop using these medications (if possible) or limit their use. If you need to take NSAIDs, be sure to follow the recommended dosage and avoid alcohol while taking these medications.Certain lifestyle changes can also help prevent ulcers from forming. Limiting alcohol consumption, avoiding tobacco products, and properly managing stress can all contribute to a healthy stomach lining.
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