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Could stomach ulcers cause chest pain and shoulder pain? I've been having random chest pain and they said I have stomach ulcers

Yes. Stomach and GI pains can easily be 'referred' to different parts of the chest - the abdomen is 'wired' with more neurons than the brain and can definitely cause pain in unusual areas - advil (ibuprofen) and testosterone are drugs that can contribute to ulcerative diseases. Read more...

Can a ulcer cause chest pain and gas pain?

Yes it can. Peptic ulcer can cause both chest pain and stomach pain.The pain can radiate to back and chest and you may describe these as gas pains you should check with you gastroenterologist for consult, if you are already diagnose than take full course of treatment. Read more...
Yes. Usually lower chest, but it can be located somewhere else. Talk to your doc about your cardiac risk factors. Read more...

62 year old f w/ chest pain 3 wks, chills 3 mos and sweating. Ekgs, echo and cts normal. Ulcers treated for 5 mos. Any thoughts?

Gastroenterologist. 3 weeks of chills and sweats are a concern. Apparently your heart and lungs have checked out ok. Perhaps a gastroenterologist should evaluate your esophagus. I assume you also had a complete physical exam and extensive blood and urine testing through your physician. Has a treadmill stress test been done as well to evaluate your chest discomfort or does he/she feel the chest pains are not cardiac? Read more...

Can a oesophageal ulcer turn in to cancer without treatment IV been having a lot of middle chest pain what are the symptoms of oesophageal cancer?

Have it checked. Esophageal cancer is less likely to be uncomfortable than ulcerative / peptic esophagitis due to reflux, but this is often a breeding ground for esophageal cancer. Plus, you should not have to endure this discomfort. Family physician see this often and an endoscopy and perhaps biopsy might be in order. Read more...
Possible. Any chronic ulcer has the propensity to turn into cancer. Symptoms of esophageal cancer from none to severe dysphasia- difficulty swallowing, odynophagia- pain on swallowing. Read more...