Stomach ulcer (Pain): Stomach Is one of the most important parts of the digestive system, located on the left side at the top of the abdomen, where the stomach receives food from the esophagus, and when food reaches the end of the esophagus it enters the stomach through a muscular valve called the esophageal valve.
The function of the stomach is the secretion of gastric acid and enzymes that help digest food. The muscles of the stomach also contract continuously and periodically to promote digestion and chewing of food. The stomach ends with a gate called the pyloric sphincter, a muscular valve that allows food to get out of the stomach and into the small intestine.
Stomach ulcer: The lining of the stomach is exposed to corrosion and ulceration, accompanied by a feeling of pain and bleeding sometimes, and usually gastric ulcers due to stomach inflammation, or as a result of the use of some painkillers.
Acupuncture is most effective for Stomach pain and avoid painkillers