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Quickly Learn How to Deal With Stress Ulcer Symptoms

An ulcer in the upper gastro intestines caused by an injury from surgery, major burns, or a critical head injury is generally called a stress ulcer. These stress ulcers can become very serious if you are not aware what they are, how they work and how to treat them properly.


What is a stress ulcer?

It is an imbalance between the aggressive and defensive factors in the body. There are a variety of causes for the damage but the root cause is stress undoubtedly.

Stress ulcers symptoms

Stress ulcer exhibits a number of symptoms in the person suffering from it. The signs of stress ulcer include nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, loss of weight, fatigue and weakness, a gnawing or burning pain in the abdomen between the breast bone and the navel. The pain invariably intensifies immediately after the meal or in the middle of the night when the stomach is empty.

Stress ulcer symptoms can be mild or severe and in some cases there will be no symptoms at all.

Treatment: Proper treatment should be given once you are diagnosed for stress ulcer. Absence of proper treatment results in a bleeding ulcer which means it has eaten in to the blood vessels and the blood has seeped in to the digestive tract.

First and foremost identify the main cause for stress resulting in stress ulcer. Try to avoid this cause as far as possible in future and the stress will disappear dramatically. But this is very rare. With antibiotics and antibacterial therapy the chance of the ulcer recurring is almost nil.

For more serious ulcers, Vagotomy is a surgery most common involving the cutting of the Vagus nerve which transmits the messages from the brain to the stomach. Another option is the antrectomy surgery where the lower part of the stomach is removed that produces a hormone which stimulates the stomach to secrete juices for digestion.


 



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