Duodenitis refers to the inflammation of the duodenum. The main symptoms were abdominal pain, chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis, biliary disease or chronic pancreatitis. Irritant food, drugs such as alcohol, aspirin, and radiation can cause the disease. Periodic and rhythmic upper abdominal pain and fasting pain can be relieved by food or antacids. A small number of patients may have repeated black stool or vomiting of coffee like liquid, but more automatic hemostasis. Some patients may not have any symptoms.
The most obvious symptom of the twelve rectum is pain. In the early stage, the pain generally does not attract people's attention, thus directly ignoring the disease, which may cause serious symptoms in the later stage. In early duodenitis, pain is the prominent symptom. Generally, it shows mild tenderness in the upper abdomen, mostly hunger pain and night pain, which can be relieved after eating.
Nausea and vomiting are also clinical symptoms. Nausea is often the precursor of vomiting and can occur alone. The symptoms include dizziness, salivation, bradycardia, hypotension, etc.
Also often accompanied by pantothenic acid and saliva more symptoms. There are also dyspepsia, upper abdominal fullness, belching, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms. Some patients may have no symptoms and signs. Upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage is a complication of erosive duodenitis, which may have symptoms such as black stool or hematemesis. Early usually bad appetite, weight will be reduced, some patients will appear glossitis, anemia and other symptoms. The common signs are mild tenderness of the upper abdomen, and some patients may have glossitis, anemia and emaciation. Upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage is a complication of erosive duodenitis, which may have black stool or hematemesis.