An ulcer is a condition that develops on the skin or mucous membranes of the body. Ulcers that occur in the stomach or small intestine are known as stomach ulcers. Stomach ulcer is also called stomach ulcer.

Stomach ulcers can be caused by lifestyle factors such as diet and stress, or excessive amounts of stomach acids, but most of them are caused by infection from the Helicobacter pylori bacterium (H. pylori).

The symptoms of ulcers are acute for some people and weak for others. Sometimes ulcers are asymptomatic, i.e. the person who has them does not experience any symptoms.

Observe other symptoms. All these symptoms are not common in all people, but you may experience a combination of any of them.

Increase the amount of gas and burp.
Feeling full and unable to drink a lot of fluids.
Hunger a couple of hours after a meal.
Mild nausea, most common at first waking up in the morning.
General feeling of fatigue and ill health.
Loss of appetite.
Loss of weight.