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What is Gastritis with Low Acidity?

Description of the disease

Gastritis with low acidity is an inflammation of the stomach mucosa, accompanied by a decrease in the level of gastric juice acidity.


Gastritis with low acidity can be classified as chronic or acute form of the disease.


  • Pain and heaviness in the epigastric region;
  • Heartburn;
  • Increased flatulence;
  • Bad taste in the mouth;
  • Changes in taste preferences.


The main causes of gastritis with low acidity are infections, autoimmune disorders, certain medications, stress, improper diet, etc.


Methods used to diagnose gastritis with low acidity include endoscopy, gastroscopy, blood tests, and acidity level analysis.


Treatment of gastritis with low acidity includes the use of anti-inflammatory drugs, drugs that enhance gastric juice production, as well as dietary and lifestyle recommendations.


To prevent gastritis with low acidity, it is recommended to eat a proper diet, avoid stress, give up bad habits, and have regular medical check-ups.


If you suspect gastritis with low acidity, it is necessary to consult a gastroenterologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.