You should see a General Physician or Gastroenterology specialist doctor.
You’ll most likely feel burning pain or discomfort between your belly button and breastbone.
symptoms may include:
Internal bleeding is the most common complication of peptic ulcers. It can happen when an ulcer develops at the site of a blood vessel. The bleeding can either be: slow, or long-term bleeding. This lead to anemia, fatigue, shortness of breath, pale skin, and heart palpitations.
A bleeding ulcer can lead to anemia, bloody vomit, or bloody stools. A bleeding ulcer usually results in a hospital stay. Severe internal bleeding is life-threatening. Perforation or serious bleeding may require surgical treatment.
Here are the top five signs you may have an ulcer: