feeling of fullness (easy to get full even after eating a small meal).
/burning sensation in the upper stomach, typically between meals.
loss, which could be potential to seriously threat your pregnancy since it can
factor into malnutrition.
stools containing bloods. The stomach lining inflammation may bleed, and this
results in black-tarry stools.
vomiting blood (in severe cases), typically characterized by vomiting coffee
(black /brown) ground-like material.
general, gastritis has nothing to do with pregnancy. But it can occur during
pregnancy, including a few weeks after conception. The good news, it’s
manageable and curable. Even it often relieves with a few lifestyle measures.
cases of gastritis are mild and will improve without causing serious problems.
But it may also persist or become chronic, which may put you at high risk of
developing a stomach ulcer or even a stomach cancer.
Since pregnancy is very crucial in your life, see a doctor promptly if you have any unusual symptoms that don’t respond with lifestyle measures!