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We know it's -- Sunday would never leave you hanging we know you want your healthy Monday -- doctor Rosenfeld gives us that one quick tip that he thinks we can all follow the start our week off right how easy is it this week doctor.
You know it's about it's about stomach pain.
You if you have chronic stomach pain you've got to let your doctor know.
And here she has got to do the appropriate tests to rule out whether this is an ulcer.
Whether this is reflux.
Whether this is cancer whether -- -- some other.
Problem with your -- Butter -- one of these you're group of symptoms that are suggestive.
Of -- first of all.
The the myth that ulcers are due to stress is not true.
So it's a myth so when you have any kind of pain in your belly.
And whether it's relieved by food.
Or caused by food it can be an ulcer.
If you find that you have.
Pain that a way can you -- night.
Chances are that it's an -- If you feel -- usually full after eating.
You know you and and it lasts for a while.
It chances are it's an -- If you have this have Venus and bloating and and -- and this dull pain all of that and you throw up when you shouldn't.
That's probably -- do.
And I was gonna tell you that if you're losing weight unexpectedly.
That's announcer but I would.
We worry -- losing weight.
Being something else as tumor.
And this is not as we're talking about ulcers let me tell you that the common is because of an ulcer.
Is the bacterium.
Helical Baxter pylori and it can be detected.
It doesn't cause any symptoms in many people can be detected -- blood tests are breeding -- and it can be cured.
Also many people develop an ulcer from having too many.
Painkillers especially aspirin or these non -- -- that irritate the stomach.
But the bottom line is this you don't have to make the diagnosis.
If you've got the pain.
Go to someone who can clarify the cause and it can be controlled.
Thank you -- -- stock and before you go.
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