Gastritis is a swelling, tenderness or corrosion of the coating of the abdomen. It may happen slowly (chronic) or abruptly (acute).
Causes of Gastritis:-
The reason for the disease gastritis is inflammation which happens owing to constant vomiting, anxiety, too much use of alcohol or the use of dependable medicines namely anti- provocative medicines or aspirin. Further one may suffer from gastritis due to the undernoted reasons:
- Pernicious anaemia: It is a type of anaemia that happens as soon as the abdomen needs a purely ongoing essence required to suitably absorb and assimilate vitamin B12.
- Infections: The reason is the viruses and the germs
- Bile reflux: A backflow of spleen into the abdomen from the spleen zone (which links up the gallbladder and liver).
- Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori): Germs live in the mucous coating of the abdomen. With no medication the virus may lead to ulcers and in some cases people may suffer from stomach cancer.
In case no proper medication of gastritis is made, it may turn to acute loss in blood or it may raise the danger of growing stomach cancer.
Symptoms of Gastritis:-
It varies from man to man and in many cases apparently there may be no indications. Still, the very usual indications comprise of:
- Pain on Abdominal area
- Vomiting tendency
- Indigestion feelness
- Bloating on Abdominal area
- Vomiting blood as well as coffee ground types of material
- Nausea or recurrent upset stomach
- Appetite loss
- Black or tarry stools
- Burning as well as gnawing feeling within the area of stomach between meals as well as at night
Diagnosis of Gastritis:-
In order to detect gastritis, the attending physician will re-examine personal as well as the medical history of all family members. He will execute a meticulous physical assessment and advise the undernoted tests:
- Upper endoscopy: – The process of endoscope of upper abdomen is made with the help of a lean tube enclosing a small camera puts in from end to end of our mouth and down into abdomen to observe at the stomach coating. The attending physician will normally test for swelling and complete a biopsy.
- Fecal occult blood test (stool test):- This examination is done to verify the existence of blood in stool which is an indication of gastritis.