A stomach ulcer occurs when the inner lining of the stomach or the upper part of the small intestine develops an open sore (injury). It is also referred to as ‘Peptic Ulcer’.
While antibiotics and antacids may be needed to treat a stomach ulcer, there is an urgent need to watch certain foods that can aggravate the symptoms including, a burning sensation, gas, nausea, and vomiting, pain, indigestion, etc.
A list of foods to avoid has been put together in this piece that will help you keep symptoms flare-ups to a minimum and promote faster recovery. Read on!