Homeopathy Medicine for Stomach Ulcer
Stomach ulcers are uncomfortable.soresin thestomachThe most frequent causes of injury include frequent ingestion of painkillers and steroids, which likely arise by peptic digestion of the gastric mucosa that is injured by local trauma or by toxins swallowed orally.
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CAUSES OF STOMACH ULCER
One of the following factors almost always results in stomach ulcers:
- the bacterium has infected youHelicobacter pylori (H. pylori)
- use of NSAIDs for an extended period of time, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen
SYMPTOMS OF STOMACH ULCER
Stomach ulcers can cause a variety of symptoms, the severity of which varies depending on how severe the ulcer is.
The most typical symptom is a burning sensation or pain between the belly button and the chest that usually worsens when the stomach is empty and can last for a few minutes to several hours.
The following are additional ulcer symptoms and warning signs:
- Weight loss
- Pain making it difficult to want to eat
- Nausea or vomiting
- Feeling easily full
- Burping or acid reflux
- Burning in the chest is known as heartburn.
- Pain that might subside after you consume food or liquids or take antacids
- The signs of anemia, which include fatigue, breathlessness, and paler skin,
- Dark, tarry stools
- vomit that is reddish-colored or resembles coffee grounds
HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT FOR STOMACH ULCER
NATRUM PHOS :Useful for stomach ulcers with the symptoms of canine hunger and a feeling of everything being gone. There is a strong desire for foods like eggs, fried fish, and bear that relieves the symptoms, as well as an aversion to bread.
ORNITHOGALUM UMBELLATE :Useful for stomach ulcers with worsening pain as food passes the pyloric outlet, frequent passage of unpleasant flatus, and vomiting up coffee grounds that may indicate hemorrhage.
PSORINUM :Given when the patient feels constantly hungry and needs to eat at night. Symptoms include sour, rancid belching that tastes and smells like rotten eggs.
PHOSPHORUS :Useful for acid dyspepsia with a bloated abdomen and stomach pain that is relieved by drinking cold water. Given when the patient vomits mouthfuls of food and water that is thrown up as soon as it warms up in the stomach. There is a faint sensation in the epigastria.