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Ulcers In The Duodenum
My friend has an ulcer in the duodenum, become pregnant after some problem may create a child born? Or may not lead to a complication?
Complications?: I am not very clear as to what is your question but it seems you want to know if having ulcers would create a complication in pregnancy. It would not affect the baby in any way. However, increased acid reflux during pregnancy can exacerbate the women's symptoms so she should follow up with a gastroenterologist for treatment. ...Read more
I'm been having alot of gas for bout a week now, I do have an ulcer...In my duodenum...I tried a few things to help, but not getting much relief...My ?
Flatulence: Gas (flatulence or bleching) is a nonspecific symptom and could be due to many things- not necessarily an ulcer. If the ulcer turns out the problem, you want to have it treated and that's usually with antacids and sometimes triple therapy if tests positive of H. pylori. To help you better, more history should be taken first. ...Read more
Had endoscopy done last year showed small ulcer and small duodenal erosion had oral thrush recently do I need another endoscopy?
Hey there, i was recently treated for ulcers, peptic and duodenum. 4 weeks later my feces is green and has been for 3 days now. I also have ibs.
My grandma had ulcer perforation of duodenum it was treated conservatively w/ antibiotics surgeon did xray & wants to do scope next would CT be better?
Can ulcers in the stomach, duodenum, and/or intestines cause these locations to become permeable to any degree?
Yes: Ulcers are the result of the loss of the normal protective lining...Permeability will increase until the ulcer heals. ...Read more