Can You Show Me the Location of Gastritis Pain?

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Gastritis is the inflammation of the lining of the stomach. There are two kinds of gastritis: acute gastritis and chronic gastritis. The acute gastritis may occur suddenly while the chronic gastritis may develop slowly over time. Pain in the upper abdomen is the main symptom of gastritis. Usually, the pain is in the upper central portion of the abdomen. But sometimes the pain is in the upper left portion of the abdomen around to the back. Here is a picture that may help you find the location.

How long does gastritis last?

There are two kinds of gastritis: acute gastritis and chronic gastritis. The acute gastritis may last for 2-12 days. The chronic gastritis may last several weeks. And if not treated immediately it may last for several years. Keywords: location gastritis pain; long does gastritis last

this dull pain hurts on the right side of my belly button same line from The right of the belly bottom over by 4 finger tips in a straight line going right dull pain in there then go up by one finger tip then head back in the direction back to the belly bottom.  

By turning or moving this will create a dull pain that will stop me in my tracks  

I also will get nauseous. When feeling this. 

I have had two c sections 

Had major surgery on my tubes in order to get pregnant. 

Also had tummy tuck after the c sections due to skin hanging. 

Lastly, major back surgery for L4 L3 S1 fused together with a rod.  They went in the front on my c section line. Then went in the back  right above the last part of your spine by your buttocks!!!  

Thank you so much 

Migrating pain could represent excess gas moving through the intestines, or if associated with diarrhea, nausea and vomiting could represent an intestinal infection. It could also be muscle pain if you've been doing abdominal work outs. You'd better see a doc and take a more complete evaluation if the signs persist or worsen. Hope this helps!
Do you have constipation or diarrhea? Since you have many abdomen surgeries, your dull pain may be due to intestinal adhesion as a surgery complication. You are suggested to see a surgeon and do CT for diagnosis.
The excessive gas can be caused by your medication that you are taking to relieve your gastritis. So make sure to check all side affects!
I have this issues an why I cut back on my medications an now in a whole nother world I didn't see coming n at a loss to who to see about my ongoing issues..
you could see a gastroenterologist
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