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Frequent feelings of dizziness or
lightheadedness, especially when moving from lying down to a seated or standing
Blood in your vomit or something that looks like coffee grounds
(partially digested blood) in your vomit.
Stools that are black or
that look like tar, or stools that contain dark red or maroon blood.
Call your doctor if you have been diagnosed with a peptic
Your symptoms continue or become worse after 10
to 14 days of treatment.
You begin to lose weight without
You are vomiting.
You have new belly pain or
belly pain that does not go away.
If you have been diagnosed with a peptic ulcer
and medical treatment is not helping, call your doctor. Waiting until your
symptoms get worse can be serious.
If you don't know if you have
a peptic ulcer and you don't have any of the emergency symptoms listed above,
you may try taking an antacid or nonprescription acid reducer and other home
treatment, such as making changes to your diet.
If your symptoms don't get better after 10 to
14 days, call your doctor.
If your symptoms go away after you take
antacids or acid reducers and try home treatment, but then the symptoms come
back, call your doctor.
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WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
November 14, 2014
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