10 Signs of an Ulcer

An Ulcer Sign #2: Bloating

When we eat, gases are produced as a waste product of the digestion process. These gasses are usually passed out of the body in a process that is harmless, even if it can occasionally be embarrassing, especially when in social situations. If these gases are unable to escape, though, then bloating can occur.

Bloating can be very uncomfortable and sometimes even painful. When an ulcer is present, it is caused by more than usual gas being produced which is unable to pass from the stomach fast enough. Other associated symptoms include cramps as well as audible growling sounds coming from the stomach.

Signs Of An Ulcer

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