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What's the symptoms of an esophageal ulcer?

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Dr. Arthur Heller
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Pain

Generally ulcerated esophagus is painful, especially with swallowing food, even liquids.
Pain may be in chest, referred to back or between the ribs or upper abdomen. May also have difficulty swallowing-food gets stuck going down. Can lead to weight loss.

In brief: Pain

Generally ulcerated esophagus is painful, especially with swallowing food, even liquids.
Pain may be in chest, referred to back or between the ribs or upper abdomen. May also have difficulty swallowing-food gets stuck going down. Can lead to weight loss.
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