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    Default Possible stomach ulcer?

    As some of you know my father passed away unexpectedly and suddenly nearly a month ago. I have been staying with my Mum which has been great except I feel like I have to keep my emotions in check and end up crying when I am in private like the shower and late at night in bed because I worry if she sees me upset it will just upset her. Anyway I am exhausted all the time and have noticed a pain in my lower rib area that never quiet goes away and my tummy seems to be upset and getting worse each day. I am starting to wonder if I have a ulcer and if it's been bought on not just from grief but also from me hiding my grief and not getting enough sleep?

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    Hugs,please speak with a GP who can help. I would also maybe chat with your mum, she might be doing the same


 

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