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Seeing a Specialist

August 22, 2019
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If you feel like you do have a peptic ulcer or any of the complications associated with peptic ulcer disease, you should see a gastroenterologist because they'll be able to do certain types of tests such as a breath test in order to evaluate for H. Pylori or stool tests, or if need be, we can do an endoscopy, which is a camera that takes a look inside of the throat and inside of the esophagus and the stomach, and it looks for any ulcerations, inflammation, or any bacteria that can lead to ulceration formation.

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