Alcohol Rehab Help. Their goal is to help 25,000 people understand the dangers of drinking and their stomach, and we recently created a guide called all about stomach pain and drinking:
- Alcohol gastritis occurs when the stomach lining is inflamed.
- There are 2 types of alcohol gastritis: acute and chronic.
- Risk factors include bacterial infection, NSAIDs, prolonged alcohol intake, smoking, and stress.
- Treatment for alcoholic gastritis includes medications, change of diet, and reparative surgeries.
- Common symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and stomach pain.
- Complications of alcoholic gastritis include gastrointestinal tract (UGI) bleeding, anemia, severe weight loss, ulcers, and stomach cancer.
Is Stomach Pain After Drinking a Sign of Gastritis?
If you have stomach pain after drinking alcohol, you may have an inflamed gastric mucosa (stomach lining). This condition is known as gastritis.
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