i have a bad gallbladder, scarred, congested gallstones not working well.........I also have LPR reflux (i dont have gerd/heratburn) anyway i dont have ulcers, h pylori or hernias...........however this past year i have had gastritis three times (neaseasa, burning, chronic stomach aches, hungry , burping etc) ...........I dont understand why i keep getting gastritis im on PPIx2 a day which dont help the gastrtis , i dont smoke or drink.........i no what food allergies i have and avoid these...........i have eaten orgainic no junk food for years and i still get this.............what im asking is could it be possible that i am refluxing bile because my gallblader is stressed.............is gastritis common wth GB issues.......what else could cause gastritis if i dont have any of the normal triggers >.......i also NEVER take dsprin etc pain meds etc...how is bile reflux diagnosed? i havnt had an edescope for three years........but have been told that i have gastirits from my symptoms......andthree years ago my endescope did show mild gastritis, im am however heaps worse since then..............i have had an ultrasoound and cat scan which showed no hernis or ulcers, along wth blood work etc.........
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