Dyspepsia, may be the first symptom of peptic ulcer disease (an ulcer of the stomach or duodenum), is defined by persistence of pain, burning or discomfort localised to the upper abdomen; some authors include in dyspepsia symptoms such as belching, bloating, alitosis, nausea, postprandial repletion, vomiting and regurgitation, etc. as a result of the infection of Helicobacter pylori (Hp)(2).
2. Functional disorders
Functional disorders mainly occur in young, anxious hyperactive, sometimes obsessional patients and involve all parts of digestive tract: feeling of obstruction the upper oesophagus or dysphagia; aerophagia related to a slow gastric emptying or gastric fullness relieved by eructation. Although psychologic profiles have been associated with gastro-duodenal ulcer, these are not necessary for the development of the disease(3).
3. Loss of appetite
It may be result of slow gastric emptying.
4. Unexplained weight loss
It nay be cause by malnutrition due to Upper gastrointestinal disorders.
6. Bloody stool (blood may be red, black)
The color of blood depends to the location of bleeding
7. Vomiting blood
As a result of upper gastrointestinal bleeding
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