Gastritis -- when digestive juices get through the protective barrier in your stomach and irritate its lining -- can sometimes be treated at home, but it's a good idea to see your doctor because it can lead to bleeding or stomach ulcers .
A belly ache can be a sign of so many things -- some serious, some not-so-serious. Check out a few possibilities.
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We encountered same case yesterday but we didn't know these ulcers can heal on their own... He had same symptoms 7yrs ago but somehow he bacame asymptomatic for 7yrs despite continous smoking. First time witnessed idiopathic healing😂