Have you been tracking what you eat? Every single bite? As a previous poster mentioned, that's going to be helpful with both the symptoms AND the weight loss. I suspect you'll find that you're managing to eat a lot more calories than you realize.
Do they have you on antibiotics for the ulcers? If not, discuss that with the doctor. The enormous majority of ulcers are caused by a specific bacterium, but that fact is a relatively recent discovery and not all doctors are aware of it. If your doctor doesn't seem up on that info, you might need a specialist. If you *are* on antibiotics, you might need a change in type or dose, or you might benefit from probiotics to restore the "good" bacteria. My understanding is that they can use a very specific antibiotic for the ulcer-causing bacteria, though, and it leaves the good bacteria pretty well intact.
It certainly wouldn't hurt to try natural probiotic foods-- yogurt, buttermilk, and various naturally fermented things. Talk to your doctors about "prebiotics," too. Certain types of fiber are necessary to keep your naturally bacteria colony happy, and you may have been missing out on these because they don't always fit with people's idea of a "bland" diet.
But I would guess that tracking is going to be your best tool.
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