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  • Dolor abdominal que se podría describir como:
    • Ardor
    • Dolor corrosivo
    • Se siente peor varias horas después de comer
    • Mejora al comer (úlceras duodenales)
    • Dolor punzante a través de la espalda
    • Aparece y desaparece en el transcurso de meses
    • Empeora a media noche
    • Se alivia al tomar medicamentos antiácidos
  • Distensión del abdomen
  • Calambres abdominales
  • Sensación incómoda de saciedad
  • Eructos
  • Náusea
  • Vómito (podría contener sangre o tener una apariencia de granos de café)
  • Apetito disminuido
  • Pérdida de peso
  • Heces fecales con sangre o negras alquitranadas
  • Sentirse cansado y débil si está presente anemia


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Understanding peptic ulcer disease. American Gastroenterological Association website. Available at: Published April 23, 2010. Accessed April 29, 2013.

Last reviewed May 2015 by Daus Mahnke, MD

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