Perhaps you're used to kick-starting your morning with a cup of coffee or winding down in the evening with a steaming mug of tea. ... There is concern that coffee and tea can cause heartburn and aggravate acid reflux.
Also, swelling or fluid build-up in the abdomen may also be caused by stomach cancer. Feeling full: Many stomach cancer patients experience a sense of "fullness" in the upper abdomen after eating small meals. Heartburn: Indigestion, heartburn or symptoms similar to an ulcer may be signs of stomach cancer.
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