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Ulcer, pain while breathing, coughing, stomach pain. Is this serious?

My boyfriend has an ulcer, he isn't so great about taking his medication. He woke up this morning with sharp pains in his stomach but he doesn't believe its ulcer related. I was just wondering if it could be? He gets the pains when he breaths in or when he laughs and coughs. Is this serious, or should he just take his medication and monitor the pain? Any help will be great, thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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THIS IS RELATED TO GATRIC OR ABDOMINL PROBLEM
MAY BE UCER OR ORGAN RELATED GASTRITIS DUODENITIS GALL BLADDER
PANCREAS LIVER OR OTHER
HYPERACIDITY CAUSE PRESSURE ON LUNGS CAUSING BREATHING PROBLEM AND COUGH
GET GASTROENTEROLOGIST ADVISE WHO CAN DIAGNOSE AND REAT THE DIDISEASE
TILL USE SHORT COURSE METRONIDAZOLE
ANTACID GEL TDS
ANTISPASMODIC SOS FOR PAIN
ANTI ALLERGIC TAB AND BRONCHODILATOR SYP
USE LOW PROTEIN DIET
PLENTY OF WATER AND NO OILY NON GREESY NON SPICY FOODS
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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