This Morning GPs Dr Ranj and Dr Zoe have joined hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to give advice callers.
However, one man got in contact with the show after revealing drinking alcohol made him extremely unwell.
A hangover is a collection of signs and symptoms linked to a recent bout of drinking and usually occurring in the morning.
People who don’t drink responsibly - typically suffer from a headache, feel sick, dizzy, sleepy, confused and thirsty.
The affects can last up to 24 hours after drinking.
However, the caller, called Nick, has revealed his symptoms go far beyond that - which GPs have said could be a sign of a more serious underlying health condition.
Nick called into This Morning’s Second Opinion to ask the doctors for help on his symptoms, which he said occur after drinking alcohol and caffeine.
He said: “I’ve been struggling with this for a year now.
“I’m in unbearable pain, it causes too much aggravation, so much that I can barely wear a t-shirt.
“I almost get a tube like swelling around my abdomen and I vomit now and then and get diarrhoea.
“Its a bit worrying, I’ve had CT scans and blood tests.”
Dr Zoe said Nick hasn’t been drinking excessively - adding he has a couple of pints with his mates and then wakes up feeling terrible.
“You’re reacting really badly to alcohol,” she said.
Dr Zoe: ”He’s [Nick] not drinking excessively. It’s similar to gastroenteritis.
“There might be some irritation to the lining of the stomach. Possibly a stomach ulcer.
“Things like alcohol and caffeine can definitely trigger it.
“If your stomach is inflamed, the skin can be sensitive and even touching it can be painful. “
“I would have a camera test to have a look at the inside of the stomach.
“Avoid alcohol and caffeine as much as you can.”
NHS Choices said: “Stomach ulcers occur when the layer that protects the stomach lining from stomach acid breaks down, which allows the stomach lining to become damaged.”
“Most people will be prescribed a medication called a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) to reduce the amount of acid their stomach produces, and allow the ulcer to heal naturally.”
The most common symptom of a stomach ulcer is a burning or gnawing pain that develops in your abdomen (tummy).
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