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Stomach Ulcer Bad Breath
Ulcer: With stomach ulcer the pain gets worse with food, with small intestine ulcer the pain is worse while hungry and in the middle of the night. The most common causes of user is H Pylori infection, Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory medications like Motrin, Smoking and Alcohol. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a cavity hurt for 7 years and all of a sudden stopped hurting, then you had it filled, will it cause bad breath and possibly stomach ulcers?
Neglect: Having a cavity for 7 years without getting a filling, can lead to the nerve dying and stop hurting. However, the tooth can abcess and hurt your health. Since you have neglected you teeth and gums, you can develop gums disease and have bad breath. Your stomach ulcers are not from your cavity but from you not caring for yourself. See your md and a dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have high blood pressure, ulcers and am diabetic. Does this have anything to do with my bad breath?
Diabetes & Ulcers: It may, diabetics are more susceptible to develop gum disease than the general population. Also, ulcers and other gut problems may cause bad breath. In addition, if you are taking medication to lower your blood pressure, you may be experiencing a slight to moderate xerostomia (dry mouth). Xerostomia increases the amount of bacterial growth causing in turn bad breath. Visit your dentist and md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That depends: Upon whether or not you have a gluten sensitivity/allergy, celiac sprue or not. If you are someone who suffers with celiac sprue (gluten allergy) then yes, you need to avoid products containing gluten. If you have an ulcer due to Helicobacter pylori infection then you will need to heal up with treatment and time. Assuming you have had an endoscopy. Be sure to discuss with your gastroenterologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had a stomach ulcer. Stomach hurts very bad, just vomited too. Pain won't go away. Could it have ruptured? Or is this likely just something i ate?
Go to doctor: A doctor will order the appropriate tests and give you the appropiate treatment for the stomach. ...Read more
I have this severe pain in my mid to upper stomach and when I have it i burp constantly its so bad could it be a stomach ulcer?
Change diet: Avoid foods that can irritate your stomach like spicy foods, alcohol and caffeine. Also smoking can decrease the blood supply to your stomach and delay healing. Taking medication like antacids decrease the acid in your stomach which allows the ulcer to heal. Omeprazole or Prilosec is otc and is very effective in reducing stomach acid. ...Read more
Exercise and GERD: Gi disorders are relatively common in athletes. Vigorous exercise has been shown to be associated with increased acid production and decreased blood flow to the GI tract. Gerd (reflux) occurs more frequently with exercise and can sometimes be pre-treated with medications such as h2 receptor antagonists and proton pump inhibitors. You should consult with your physician for a formal evaluation. ...Read more
Diet: Avoid foods that can irritate your stomach like spicy foods, alcohol and caffeine. Also smoking can decrease the blood supply to your stomach and delay healing. Taking medication like antacids decrease the acid in your stomach which allows the ulcer to heal. Omeprazole or Prilosec is otc and is very effective in reducing stomach acid. ...Read more
Depends: Everyone is different. Time to heal depends on the size of the ulcer and if you are taking anything or doing anything that promotes stomach acid. Decreasing stomach acid allows it to heal faster and also avoiding stomach irritants like spicy food, alcohol, nsaid, aspirin, caffeine. If you have lots of stress, that can increase your stomach acid and increases healing time. ...Read more
None or some: Typical duodenal ulcer pain can include "gnawing" discomfort in upper abdomen, maybe into back, worse hrs after eating, relieved by food, often awakening at night because of pain. Stomach ulcer may have different timing of symptoms, may have more nausea. May have vomiting; weight loss can occur-alarm symptom. However, may have no symptoms or very nonspecific symptoms. If in doubt, see md. ...Read more