'Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, is a digestive disorder that affects the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), the ring of muscle between the esophagus and stomach. Many people, including pregnant women, suffer from heartburn or acid indigestion caused by GERD

I’m positive that I have a stomach ulcer. Has any of u guys had one

I’m positive that I have a stomach ulcer. Has any of u guys had one. I need reassurance.


Lauryn Pierre
Btw I’m very constipated today and dehydrated. But I’ve been feeling off for awhile with symptoms of ulcers. I was fine and not constipated for awhile actually. Then today I feel extra gross and I have a headache.

Susan Payne
Only a doctor can verify of you have an ulcer. They have to do a test. Endoscopy.

Lauryn Pierre
I thought there was breathing tests that can detect ulcers.

Yenifar Snaed
What are the symptoms?

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Lauryn Pierre
Burning in the stomach. 1 particular spot. Cramps, bloating, nausea, fatigue, headaches sometimes. Atm I have a fever. I get full every time I eat. Not very long after I get hungry again. I know what the difference between acid burning and the burning I think is an ulcer. It’s hard to digest I count on laxatives all day. But I’m tired all the time it’s crazy

Nicola Mason
I had those symptoms at times and my gastroscopy came back clear with no ulcers a lot of those symptoms are constipation except the fever which could be a slight infection somewhere

Daisy Miller I
I used to have a burning spot in the stomach too and the endoscopy came back clear...told me it was IBS lol. im fairly sure it was a developing ulcer as it's gone now

Johanne Barrera
Maybe the burning could be gastritis. Headaches.. check Incase you have sinus infection. I have that and get headaches random too . Are you able to breathe fine ? When I had an ulcer I would get a sharp pain .. you should really see a gi doctor to do a scope . Eat a good diet.


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