Can you have a stomach ulcer if your 12
Many people think ulcers are an “adult disease.” Children, however, can and do develop ulcers. It is important to learn the symptoms of childhood ulcers including nausea, burning, and vomiting. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-you-have-a-stomach-ulcer-if-your-12 ]
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- Can you have a stomach ulcer if your 12
- Many people think ulcers are an “adult disease.” Children, however, can and do develop ulcers. It is important to learn the symptoms of childhood ulcers including nausea, burning, and vomiting. ChaCha!
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