why do ulcers hurt more at night
Ive had mouth ulcers for most of my life. My parents and my brother all get them too. Ive often wondered if mine are contagious because an ex-girlfriend of mine used to rarely get them and when she went out with me they suddenly increased and have remained that way for all the years since. I really hate the thought that I could give these to people. Im sure there is more than one cause for all our ulcers and maybe some are slightly contagious - but Im no authority on the subject. If the causes are not viral then hopefully some of this genetic research might be put to some use by someone. Like others here, I feel that most people just dont understand what its like. I didnt know anyone outside my family who get ulcers like I do until I found this site.
Im so glad (for myself) to hear that Im not alone and that I could be worse off. Getting laughed at when I tip my head back and pull out my cheek or lips to brush my teeth just doesnt help. I have never found that mouth washes, salt water or alcohol ever did much for me. I tried various
-type things with no success (other than momentary relief that wears off as I eat anyway - not worth it). I tried changing toothpastes before with no change. I never found anything that reduced them, only things that increased them or brought them on. If I miss a meal (or have the meal very late and a reduced amount) then I get a rash of them. However, it wasnt until I found this site that I knew that there was anything in particular in toothpaste to avoid.
Ive now switched toothpastes to Sensodyne Original and the pain level of my ulcers has been greatly reduced (. on the whole). All these years of suffering. I still get ulcers but none that keep me awake at night while they just throb and throb and throb and. well, you get the picture. I dont know that the frequency has changed but they definitely dont last as long. Ive also bought some Lycine but I wont try it until I get used to how my ulcers behave now. Soon Ill try it and if it helps me Ill get back. Thanks to all for contributing and a big thanks to Dom for starting the site!! I consider myself a success story of this site regardless of their continuing appearance. P. S. Mervi, it sounds like stress might bring them on for you.
It does for me and I did find that feeling like the only one got me down sometimes. Stomach pain is a common symptom of many conditions. If you want to find out whatвs causing your stomach pain, and possibly how to treat it, you need to identify any other symptoms you may be experiencing. Most people are familiar with and symptoms of gas. Stomach pain is one such symptom. Many people will experience sharp, stabbing pains in their stomach and upper abdomen. Each personвs experience with is very different, but many experience occasional stomach pain or abdominal pain. In addition to stomach pain, you may also experience: A, which is sometimes called peptic ulcer, often causes burning stomach pain.
The pain may grow worse when your stomach is full or when stomach acid is present. That means the pain is often worse between meals and at night. This condition causes small, bulging pouches of tissue to develop on the lining of your. In addition to stomach pain, Occasional This includes foods that are spicy, tomato-based, and sweet, among others. Chronic acid reflux, or acid reflux that occurs more than once a week, can cause bigger problems. These problems include, bleeding, and. Stones that develop in your can cause stomach pain if they. Theyвre more likely to do this after a big or an especially fatty meal, which often occurs at dinnertime. That may mean you experience a attack at night, or while youвre asleep.
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