Hi i am 27 years old and i had some problems with stomach and went to the doctor an he suggested a endoscopy and underwent a endoscopy and it seems i have a antral gastritis and from the day i am very cautious, now after one month when ever i eat or release gas i feel kind of irritation in my back is this due to the gastritis or some other major problem.
Kindly advise is this curable or should i suffer life long..
Did the doctor mention any sign of H. pylori? If so, were you treated for it? Did he put you on medication to control the output of acid? Changes made when an individual takes meds for gastritis or is treated with antibiotics can result in issues/discomfort in other parts of the body. You may want to check with your doc to see if the discomfort is related to treatment.
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