1. Burning pain in the stomach
If you feel a strong burning pain in your stomach when it is empty, which seems to subside when you have a meal or drink fluids, you could be suffering from a stomach ulcer. This warning sign can be confused with the following symptom. However, the key point here is to take note of the intense burning sensation you are feeling. Each body reacts slightly differently and the pain may surface on different parts of the abdomen for different indviduals. Nonetheless, the key symptoms remain the same.
Should you become dependant on using antacids to reduce this pain, you may need further medical intervention as antacids are not a cure of the root problem.