Stomach Ulcer (Gastric Ulcer): (Overview, Signs and Symptoms, Causes and Risk factors, Diagnosis, Treatment)

Blood in vomits

Blood in vomits –

In the chronic case of stomach ulcers, the stomach walls proliferate, and there is the development of holes in the wall. The holes in the wall cause slow bleeding in the abdomen, which results in bloody vomits that might look like coffee granules.

The fresh blood in the vomitus is not a sign of gastric ulcers and it might indicate bleeding from the upper GI tract – including the mouth, nose, or esophagus.