2. Breathing Problems

Those suffering from peptic ulcers may also have breathing difficulties. They have an imbalance between pepsin and acids. Also, their digestive tract isn't able to protect itself from those harsh compounds. This causes pain which may sometimes lead to the breathing difficulties. To alleviate this symptom and the other effects of peptic ulcers, you can take an antacid. These medications help to neutralize your stomach acids to provide quick relief from the pain and other symptoms. However, you can't use them to heal your ulcers. When treating peptic ulcers, you also need to repair them to prevent complications.

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