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I've just been diagnosed with gastritis after an endoscopy I had last week. The thing is, aside from the common symptoms such as heartburn, nausea, occasional indigestion etc, I'm also getting some weird pain locations.
Most of the pain is to the right of my upper abdomen, sometimes spreading even on my ribcage, or going even bellow it. For a while I have though I might acually have issues with my gallbladder, but a series of tests eliminated that possibility. I actually had lots of tests lately which showed all my other organs are fine.
I'm also experiencing pain in the right side of my belly, either above it, or a little bellow it.
I was just wondering if there are people who experience the same thing, because I find it strange that my pain is predominantly towards right, while the stomach is mostly to the left.
Are these normal symptoms of gastritis, or should I worry about other causes for my pain?
I would be grateful if someone could shed some light on this. Thanks for your time!
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