Could my stomach ulcer be cancer?

No. But some tumors of the stomach can have ulcerlike symptoms and diagnosis can sometimes be difficult. What happens if the ulcer doesn't heal and I continue to have symptoms even on the diet? Suppose I'm tired of having had this business for so many years, and I don't want to be on a diet anymore.

Surgery is advised when the ulcer or the patient becomes unmanageable by the usual methods and the condition is intolerable. In general the surgical results for these kinds of symptoms are excellent. Nine out of ten patients are completely cured in that they will be free of pain, able to eat virtually everything, and secure from future complications. Smoking and alcohol consumption should still be avoided.


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