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What are early symptoms of stomach cancer? Can too much spicy food cause it

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Dr. Ankush Bansal
Internal Medicine
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In brief: See below

Some symptoms of stomach cancer are vomiting, vomiting blood, early satiety (feeling full), stomach pain, feeling a mass, weight loss, and unexplained low grade fever.
Spicy food does not cause it.

In brief: See below

Some symptoms of stomach cancer are vomiting, vomiting blood, early satiety (feeling full), stomach pain, feeling a mass, weight loss, and unexplained low grade fever.
Spicy food does not cause it.
Dr. Ankush Bansal
Dr. Ankush Bansal
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In brief: Not spicy foods

There is a very high rate of gastric cancer in japan and korea due to their diets.
These cuisines are different. Gastric cancer is not as common in thailand and india where food is quite spicy. In the us we have low gastric cancer but high colon cancer. If koreans or japanese have children in the us and feed them a us diet they will have high colon and low gastric cancer rates.

In brief: Not spicy foods

There is a very high rate of gastric cancer in japan and korea due to their diets.
These cuisines are different. Gastric cancer is not as common in thailand and india where food is quite spicy. In the us we have low gastric cancer but high colon cancer. If koreans or japanese have children in the us and feed them a us diet they will have high colon and low gastric cancer rates.
Dr. Philip Woodworth
Dr. Philip Woodworth
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