Does anyone with Gastritis feel Liver area pain?

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Hi everyone. Hope you are well.

I was just wondering if there are any Gastritis sufferers who get the dull ache or pain in the right side under sternum area...Like tender to touch? Ive had Gastritis now for over a year and its crippling my life...I dont feel myself anymore as ive posted previously. But im worried that the Gastritis and this liver area pain and pain that radiates between ny ahoulder blades after a meal could be down to aomething more serious. Which then feeds my anxiety....and the cycle continues.

Ive altered my diet...tried smoothies and allsorts of pills with no let up :'( 

Thank you in advance. xx

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    Hi Kay

    Yes, me. I didn’t really think that it would be related. I’ve had chronic Gastritis for a long time, and had a dull aching pain at the liver/ gall bladder area, upper right quadrant. I’ve had 2 ultrasounds on my gallbladder, everything’s fine, so I’m thinking it could be my liver, don’t know whether there is any connection with this pain and Gastritis. 

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      hi

      gatritis is different and  mild pain in right side under the ribs could be from fatty and inflammed liver

      could be seen in ultrsound

      this pain usually shows by changing position and contractions

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    hi

    omega3and milk thistle

    for your liver

    2months

    nolpaza morning and metoclobromide at night 

    one month for gastirit

    no alcohol

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    pain under rib is for liver not gastirit

    fatty liver cause dull paine especilly by changing position

    liver sonography is useful

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