An eroded, irritated, or inflamed stomach lining is called gastritis. Acute onset is possible, but chronic onset is also possible (chronic). Potential problems include internal bleeding, stomach ulcers, and stomach cancer. Gastritis has two main root causes:


1) Helicobacter pylori, also known as H. pylori


2) NSAIDs, or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).


Nonetheless, there are a multitude of other potential triggers, including but not limited to other infectious agents, autoimmune issues, and diseases like Crohn’s, sarcoidosis, and isolated granulomatosis gastritis.


Symptoms of nausea

Stomach distress

Gas formation inside the stomach

Abdominal pain




Absence of hunger

Bodily waste that looks like black tar.

Irregular or bloody vomiting; the likeliness of coffee grounds.

An uncomfortable sensation of heat or gnawing in the stomach between meals or at bedtime.