Have you ever rolled on the floor, holding your belly in pains in the middle of the night and feeling unconfortable, and just wish you could figure out how to do away with ulcer for good?Has your ulcer resulted in any of the following conditions: gnawing or burning pain in the abdomen, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, bloating, weight loss?
Does the symptoms of your ulcer subside like it’s gone, only to come back in a bigger and more painful manner?
Let me share with you how I discovered what cured my stomach ulcer permanently My name is Umoh Ekpo, 49yrs of age, I was diagnosed with ulcer in the year 1996 then as a young man in Akwa Ibom State, I had ulcer before I moved to Abuja in 2002 but before then, there was nothing I didn’t try call it western and local herbal drugs. Some of those drugs reduced the pain I was feeling but it didn’t last longer than 6months before the pain resurfaced , When I got to Abuja I visited different hospitals searching for permanent solution some Doctors gave me hope while some told me ulcer does not have cure that I should manage it like that till the day I die. Only those suffering ulcer will understand the pains, sleepless nights, gnawing or burning pain in the abdomen, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, bloating, weight loss, headaches, diarrhoea or constipation, feeling sick, dizziness, rashes etc.
The above were the local remedy that worked for me but for a short period; I remember how I ate ripped banana that I almost turned to a monkey lol……I spent so much money purchasing different kinds of drugs online and offline because I was desperate for cure, but did any work? NO. They didn’t, though some will start promising but never lasted 3months before the pains resurfaced.During these years of my agony I learnt a lot,If you are suffering from, or just think you may have stomach ulcer then you should get to know all the facts about stomach ulcers. This important information could save you from months of unnecessary stress and suffering, by putting you on the right track – right now!This disease seems nonthreatening but if it is left unchecked for an extended period of time, it can lead to bleeding in your digestive system and even death.
Let me tell you how I discovered this wonder working treatment that has made me a happy man today, my jumping from one hospital to another made me friends and one of them was Dr Yusuf Ali who works in Primus hospital in karu site,was one of those troubled days for me when I was going through a very serious pain, I met with Dr Ali, he was assigned to do some check up on me then we began conversing on how long I have had the ulcer, the kind of medication I have taken and if there have been an improvement since I took the medication. I opened up to him on how I have spent so much money but no lasting solution gotten he told me something, before I met him I already met with over 50 doctors on same issue but they were not open as Dr Ali Maybe because he wasn’t a Nigerian, sad thing. He gave me one example; if one has malaria there would be symptoms like headache or fever right? I nodded my head yeah! He asked again, to make the headache and fever go away what is the best thing to do, take Panadol for the headache and fever to go away?I answered him “No, best thing is to treat malaria then the fever and headache will went ahead to explain to me that pharmaceutical industries only promote drugs that will resolve symptoms to ulcer not the main cure to ulcer because they know once you are cure they would be out of business. That is why they keep feeding us with drugs that will stop the symptoms for sometimes not cure. He made me to understand that most doctors and pharmaceutical industries are after profit not really giving total cure so a patient will remain in their bondage as long as they wantSadly I asked him, “are there really permanent cure for ulcer? He answered me yes. I said to myself so there is cure all these years but my doctors refused to opened up to me, tears ran down my cheeks. I summoned courage to continue the conversation, I asked him “Dr is it that the drug is too expensive or we cannot find it here in Nigeria?