People with early stomach cancer don’t usually have any symptoms. If there are symptoms, they are typically vague. These can include:
Indigestion and stomach discomfort
A bloated feeling after eating
Loss of appetite
Peptic ulcers and acid reflux (also called GERD) cause similar symptoms. Antacids or histamine blockers may give temporary relief. Many other conditions can cause these symptoms as well. For these reasons, people may not recognize the problem as serious and may put off seeing a doctor. A gastric tumor can grow very large before it causes other symptoms.
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