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8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by samplesvibe(m): 10:05pm On Jun 07, 2016
If you have a history of digestive problems, it’s likely that you are very familiar with ulcers and how painful they can be. Ulcers are open sores that can become infected, cause infection throughout the body, and lead to intense pain.
Learning more about ulcers and finding out how to treat them naturally can help you considerably improve your quality of life.

<B>How Stomach Ulcers Develop<\B>
Stomach ulcers often develop in response to different stimuli. Experts believe that a diet heavy in fat, oil, spice, or acid can wear away your stomach lining and give ulcers space to develop.
Others believe that stress leads to the development of ulcers. Professional opinion is divided on the subject, although it does seem that anxious people are more likely to have issues with their digestive health in general. This may lead to an increase in ulcer risk.
The most common cause of ulcers is H. pylori. This is a stomach bacteria that infiltrates the stomach, turns into an infection, and can take over the entire digestive tract. This infection can last for years at a time, and some people even suffer from it for their entire lives.

<b>Hidden Symptoms of Stomach Ulcers<\b>
Are you at risk for stomach ulcers or do you suspect you may have one? If so, it is extremely important to be familiar with the symptoms of stomach ulcers.
They present in a variety of different ways, so understanding the full range of symptoms can help you quickly identify an ulcer and take steps to cure it.
To assess your digestive health and your risk for ulcers, look for these symptoms:
Excessive burping and/or gas
Loss of appetite or feeling hungry too often
Nausea
General fatigue and feeling unwell
Drinking fewer liquids
Weight loss
Vomiting
Irregular stool—blood, tar color, dark color
The last few symptoms on the list are severe symptoms. If you are regularly vomiting or experiencing changes in your stool, you may have a large or advanced ulcer, in which case you may require prompt treatment.

<b>Curing Stomach Ulcers<\b>
There are many natural remedies that you can try to cure your ulcers and prevent them from coming back. In addition, consider making long-term changes to your diet or stress levels. If you know that you are stressed all the time or you have an unhealthy diet, lifestyle changes can do quite a bit to improve your health. Check out these natural cures:
Bananas: The chemicals found in bananas stimulate mucus production. Mucus can protect the digestive tract and allow it to heal from an ulcer. For this remedy, dried bananas are a better choice than fresh bananas.
Garlic: If H. pylori is to blame for your ulcer, the antibacterial effects of garlic may be the right natural treatment for you.
Capsaicin: Capsaicin, a chemical found in hot peppers, can prevent ulcer development by protecting the lining of the stomach from damage.
Honey: The texture of honey and the enzymes found in this food can create the perfect healing environment for an ulcer.

http://www.samplesvibe.com/2016/06/8-critical-signs-that-you-have-stomach.html

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by xtophy(m): 10:11pm On Jun 07, 2016
I fear ulcer pass anything.... ulcer aside 4 nw pls, hv u noticed dat.....................

The state workers would have warned the
state government about something bothering
them... After a month or two of total
negligence, the workers embark on an
indefinite strike and expectedly on the
following day, the foolish governor of the state
will then deem it fit to wake up from his
slumber and start shouting NO WORK, NO
PAY.... this is one of the stupidest sequence I
have noticed in this country and it needs to be
checked. # God bless Nigeria

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by theEYe21: 10:57pm On Jun 07, 2016
You can have H.pylori in your stomach and not have ulcer undecided

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by CzarRex: 6:09pm On Jun 08, 2016
anyone read it? someone please summarize


just too long cry

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by mikeljack(m): 6:09pm On Jun 08, 2016
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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by baloest: 6:11pm On Jun 08, 2016
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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by lepagawu: 6:12pm On Jun 08, 2016
I no fit get ulcer, when na better yam, potato, EBA, amala, beans and other local food I dey chop. Every week sef we dey DRInk different kind of agbo for our house. Where ulcer wan swim pass for our dry land?

Na these butter kids they often get am, cheesecake children, indomie children, pizza children :-/

Never seen a poor person having ulcer

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by Cowmilk(m): 6:12pm On Jun 08, 2016
peptic ulcer is caused by helicobacter pylori in 98% of cases....treatment is by d use of appropriate antibiotics and drugs dat reduce d acidity of the stomach
cap amoxicillin 500mg 3 tyms daily
tab Flagyl 400mg 3 tyms daily
tab clarithromycin 500mg twice daily
tab omeprazole 20mg twice daily
All for 2 weeks




NB. this is not to substitute consulting a medical doctor if u think u have peptic ulcer disease,dis is just a prototype 4 standard medical ulcer treatment
thanks

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by ring7(m): 6:13pm On Jun 08, 2016
Tachi Ulcer ,after Ramadan then tachi osa
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by hamzia(m): 6:14pm On Jun 08, 2016
ok
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by ring7(m): 6:14pm On Jun 08, 2016
Adieza:
The mass sacking of personnel from various
banks in Nigeria has in recent time stirred
panic in the hearts of many Nigerians,
especially the young ones graduating daily
from various higher institutions across the
country. What is the way forward for the sacked
professionals? An economic melt-down has been blamed for the
mass sacking of bank staff, a development which has
caused very heated debates at various levels, causing
many to doubt the possibility of a future for young
Nigerian professionals.
It is no news that Nigeria has so many youths (graduates) loitering the streets, with hopelessness
boldly written on their faces. However, even as the
hardship struck hard at the Nigerian economy, three
banks were outstanding in the sense that they did not
lay off staff, a feat which many of our new generation
banks must strive to attain. Below are the top three outstanding Nigerian banks
which did not lay off their staff in troves. It is
remarkable to note this because so many lives were
destroyed, families broken due to the massive
retrenchment of the times. 3. Guaranty Trust Bank Having clinched the African Banker Award for
innovation in 2016 under the leadership of Mr Segun
Agbaje, Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) has kept a very
good record. Beyond bringing simple banking for
every Nigerian regardless of class, GTB has kept in line
with their principle of being an employer of choice which goes beyond the regular pay package. GTB within the year in focus was one of the leading
banks in terms of training and mentoring staff.
Leveraging advancements in technology to pioneer
innovative products, there is no doubt that their
rapidly growing customer base has help them to keep
and nurture their staff even in the face of a dying economy. 2. Zenith Bank Plc With over 500 branches and business offices in prime
commercial centres in all states of the federation and
the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), there is no doubt
that Zenith Bank is one of the largest in Africa. But
being large is not all it takes in the banking industry;
hence Zenith has continued to grow operating on a culture of excellence and strict adherence to global
best practices. Having grown its shareholder’s fund of N20million in
1990 to N509.25billion as at year end 2013, one can
easily understand how this bank has been able to
maintain its staff, seeing to their welfare and ensuring
that they are not let go into the oblivion of the Nigerian
economy. 1. Fidelity Bank Plc Without mincing words, Fidelity is undoubtedly among
the fastest growing commercial banks in Nigeria
today. With a stable and innovative management as
led by (Nnamdi Okonkwo), this bank’s staff are
jealously admired in the banking industry. The bank
has earned itself a reputation for quick service and SME banking. University graduates also often seek to join the bank
because of its graduate and leadership training
programs. Little wonder why in 2014, Fidelity Bank
announced the promotion of 963 out of its employees,
on conclusion of its 2014 annual staff performance
appraisal. These three Nigerian banks have distinguished
themselves and as such deserve worthy mention. This
piece has been written as to give upcoming
professionals in the banking sector an idea of where
they can build their carrier without fear of sudden
retrenchment, as well as to urge other banks within the sector to stop the massive dismissal of their staff,
as this has a grave adverse effect on Nigeria as a
nation. Stolen from leapfame.com
you still dey learn copy and paste...sowie

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by SmileXtraone: 6:14pm On Jun 08, 2016
Ulcer show me pepper. cry cry embarassed

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by bright007(f): 6:15pm On Jun 08, 2016
Ulcer! Ulcer! Ulcer! I have been there before.
My own case was so severe that I started losing weight and had rash on my elbow, wrists, and hand.
It would would wake me up in the middle of the night and trigger pains reaching my spine/backbone. At times pains comes very close to the chest.
the rash and weight loss triggered thoughts of HIV symptoms in my heart. Those thoughts compounded the problem. The more I looked at the rash on my elbow, the more it seem to resemble those in HIV Google images. Until a doctor friend prescribed some ulcer drugs for me and viola! I was well again and all signs and symptoms disappeared.

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by b3llo(m): 6:15pm On Jun 08, 2016
Hunger is state of Mind. When you start imagining food, hunger sets in.
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by LordDecency(m): 6:16pm On Jun 08, 2016
Tell Them....

Most Especially Yhu That's Watchinq Yhur Weight....

Take heed....

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by Kangol99(m): 6:17pm On Jun 08, 2016
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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by Cherishing(f): 6:18pm On Jun 08, 2016
ok
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by lepagawu: 6:18pm On Jun 08, 2016
Adieza:
The mass sacking of personnel from various
banks in Nigeria has in recent time stirred
panic in the hearts of many Nigerians,
especially the young ones graduating daily
from various higher institutions across the
country. What is the way forward for the sacked
professionals? An economic melt-down has been blamed for the
mass sacking of bank staff, a development which has
caused very heated debates at various levels, causing
many to doubt the possibility of a future for young
Nigerian professionals.
It is no news that Nigeria has so many youths (graduates) loitering the streets, with hopelessness
boldly written on their faces. However, even as the
hardship struck hard at the Nigerian economy, three
banks were outstanding in the sense that they did not
lay off staff, a feat which many of our new generation
banks must strive to attain. Below are the top three outstanding Nigerian banks
which did not lay off their staff in troves. It is
remarkable to note this because so many lives were
destroyed, families broken due to the massive
retrenchment of the times. 3. Guaranty Trust Bank Having clinched the African Banker Award for
innovation in 2016 under the leadership of Mr Segun
Agbaje, Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) has kept a very
good record. Beyond bringing simple banking for
every Nigerian regardless of class, GTB has kept in line
with their principle of being an employer of choice which goes beyond the regular pay package. GTB within the year in focus was one of the leading
banks in terms of training and mentoring staff.
Leveraging advancements in technology to pioneer
innovative products, there is no doubt that their
rapidly growing customer base has help them to keep
and nurture their staff even in the face of a dying economy. 2. Zenith Bank Plc With over 500 branches and business offices in prime
commercial centres in all states of the federation and
the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), there is no doubt
that Zenith Bank is one of the largest in Africa. But
being large is not all it takes in the banking industry;
hence Zenith has continued to grow operating on a culture of excellence and strict adherence to global
best practices. Having grown its shareholder’s fund of N20million in
1990 to N509.25billion as at year end 2013, one can
easily understand how this bank has been able to
maintain its staff, seeing to their welfare and ensuring
that they are not let go into the oblivion of the Nigerian
economy. 1. Fidelity Bank Plc Without mincing words, Fidelity is undoubtedly among
the fastest growing commercial banks in Nigeria
today. With a stable and innovative management as
led by (Nnamdi Okonkwo), this bank’s staff are
jealously admired in the banking industry. The bank
has earned itself a reputation for quick service and SME banking. University graduates also often seek to join the bank
because of its graduate and leadership training
programs. Little wonder why in 2014, Fidelity Bank
announced the promotion of 963 out of its employees,
on conclusion of its 2014 annual staff performance
appraisal. These three Nigerian banks have distinguished
themselves and as such deserve worthy mention. This
piece has been written as to give upcoming
professionals in the banking sector an idea of where
they can build their carrier without fear of sudden
retrenchment, as well as to urge other banks within the sector to stop the massive dismissal of their staff,
as this has a grave adverse effect on Nigeria as a
nation. Stolen from leapfame.com
Lalasticlala comman see this quoted post, thread derailing and posting malicious links

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by ErnieSmallzz(f): 6:19pm On Jun 08, 2016
Hmmmm ok.
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by adioolayi(m): 6:20pm On Jun 08, 2016
Abuse of pain killers....the Diclofenac family...a major cause of Ulceration too

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by Nobody: 6:20pm On Jun 08, 2016
We all have h pylori, it only affects us when its in excess.
U forgot to add aspirin,it causes ulcers too.
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by Cherishing(f): 6:21pm On Jun 08, 2016
samplesvibe:
If you have a history of digestive problems, it’s likely that you are very familiar with ulcers and how painful they can be. Ulcers are open sores that can become infected, cause infection throughout the body, and lead to intense pain.
Learning more about ulcers and finding out how to treat them naturally can help you considerably improve your quality of life.

<B>How Stomach Ulcers Develop<\B>
Stomach ulcers often develop in response to different stimuli. Experts believe that a diet heavy in fat, oil, spice, or acid can wear away your stomach lining and give ulcers space to develop.
Others believe that stress leads to the development of ulcers. Professional opinion is divided on the subject, although it does seem that anxious people are more likely to have issues with their digestive health in general. This may lead to an increase in ulcer risk.
The most common cause of ulcers is H. pylori. This is a stomach bacteria that infiltrates the stomach, turns into an infection, and can take over the entire digestive tract. This infection can last for years at a time, and some people even suffer from it for their entire lives.

<b>Hidden Symptoms of Stomach Ulcers<\b>
Are you at risk for stomach ulcers or do you suspect you may have one? If so, it is extremely important to be familiar with the symptoms of stomach ulcers.
They present in a variety of different ways, so understanding the full range of symptoms can help you quickly identify an ulcer and take steps to cure it.
To assess your digestive health and your risk for ulcers, look for these symptoms:
Excessive burping and/or gas
Loss of appetite or feeling hungry too often
Nausea
General fatigue and feeling unwell
Drinking fewer liquids
Weight loss
Vomiting
Irregular stool—blood, tar color, dark color
The last few symptoms on the list are severe symptoms. If you are regularly vomiting or experiencing changes in your stool, you may have a large or advanced ulcer, in which case you may require prompt treatment.

<b>Curing Stomach Ulcers<\b>
There are many natural remedies that you can try to cure your ulcers and prevent them from coming back. In addition, consider making long-term changes to your diet or stress levels. If you know that you are stressed all the time or you have an unhealthy diet, lifestyle changes can do quite a bit to improve your health. Check out these natural cures:
Bananas: The chemicals found in bananas stimulate mucus production. Mucus can protect the digestive tract and allow it to heal from an ulcer. For this remedy, dried bananas are a better choice than fresh bananas.
Garlic: If H. pylori is to blame for your ulcer, the antibacterial effects of garlic may be the right natural treatment for you.
Capsaicin: Capsaicin, a chemical found in hot peppers, can prevent ulcer development by protecting the lining of the stomach from damage.
Honey: The texture of honey and the enzymes found in this food can create the perfect healing environment for an ulcer.

http://www.samplesvibe.com/2016/06/8-critical-signs-that-you-have-stomach.html

too long please any summarized version
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by MoneyGreen(m): 6:25pm On Jun 08, 2016
I never forget where I come from na ghetto angry
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by Nobody: 6:25pm On Jun 08, 2016
Scared
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by Nobody: 6:25pm On Jun 08, 2016
ErnieSmallzz:
Hmmmm ok.
Fine gal hw far?
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by PUSH1(m): 6:25pm On Jun 08, 2016
lepagawu:
I no fit get ulcer, when na better yam, potato, EBA, amala, beans and other local food I dey chop. Every week sef we dey DRInk different kind of agbo for our house. Where ulcer wan swim pass for our dry land?

Na these butter kids they often get am, cheesecake children, indomie children, pizza children :-/

Never seen a poor person having ulcer

Who told you poor People don't have ulcer
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by MoneyGreen(m): 6:26pm On Jun 08, 2016
rIaYoll:
Scared
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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by ErnieSmallzz(f): 6:29pm On Jun 08, 2016
dozmandon:
Fine gal hw far?
lmao, who b fyn girl? grin
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by benedictac(f): 6:32pm On Jun 08, 2016
CzarRex:
anyone read it? someone please summarize


just too long cry

Go and read it, you need am
Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by kajoula(m): 6:32pm On Jun 08, 2016
Cowmilk:
peptic ulcer is caused by helicobacter pylori in 98% of cases....treatment is by d use of appropriate antibiotics and drugs dat reduce d acidity of the stomach
cap amoxicillin 500mg 3 tyms daily
tab Flagyl 400mg 3 tyms daily
tab clarithromycin 500mg twice daily
tab omeprazole 20mg twice daily
All for 2 weeks




NB. this is not to substitute consulting a medical doctor if u think u have peptic ulcer disease,dis is just a prototype 4 standard medical ulcer treatment
thanks


@cowmilk...You don't need to prescribe any drug here as your personal experience may be different to others.

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Re: 8 Critical Signs That You Have Stomach Ulcers And What To Do About It by Bimpe29: 6:34pm On Jun 08, 2016
Thanks for this precious education on ulcers.

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