As the ulcer and nausea progress, you will likely start vomiting. Again, like nausea, vomiting may be minimal at first. But, over time, it will intensify. You could end up having several vomiting incidents throughout the day, and it will be aggravated during and after eating.
That’s because while the stomach acids are breaking down the food, they are also making contact with the lining of the stomach. Frequent bouts of vomiting can also make an ulcer worse. On top of that, frequent vomiting can lead to dehydration. If you’re vomiting on a regular basis, seeing your doctor is critical.