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Hello welcome to ask -- -- in this country about four million people suffer from stomach ulcers so what happens if you have one we got this question from the New York.
I document that have some -- how do we know for sure we'll do about it.
All that the goals -- is an open sore that develops in the -- lining of your esophagus.
Your stomach or your upper small intestine.
And the most common symptom is pain which can be found anywhere between your belly button.
And you breast -- or even your back.
The -- -- last -- few minutes or flowers and he could flare up at night.
And be worse when you haven't eaten anything.
In the past we thought that stress and spicy foods plus ulcers but that's not true.
Most ulcers are caused by a corkscrew shaped bacteria called H pylori.
Over the counter -- and has -- blockers may help relieve pain that won't last forever you should off to a good doctor really get proper treatment.
So remember keep those questions coming you can send them to document -- foxnews.com until next time I'm document.
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