People with gastritis often have diarrhea as their abdomen and stomach become rather sensitive to what they eat and drink. Even the small portion of chili or fried food can result in continuous ‘communication’ with the WC. The organism stops digesting food the way it should. The bowel movements then become unexpectable. The most serious cases lead to the extreme loose stools as a consequence of being ‘blocked up’.

 

Puffing up is another symptom of gastritis. The sensation of fullness almost never leaves the patient, causing the extra weight loss and absence of appetite. While taking a meal, even their favorite one, the patients may suddenly recognize the pattern of discomfort. It may take some time to understand that you experience an ailment – it all depends on the level of gastritis. People may think the reason is indigestion before proper diagnosis.