Gastritis cat

Gastritis cat Acute or chronic Tips and rules to follow

Gastritis in the cat is an inflammation of the mucous membrane of the stomach, it can cause a series of gastrointestinal symptoms common to other pathologies, such as: vomiting, intense abdominal pain, lack of appetite, weakness and lethargy Vomiting is very often foamy or with presence of digested or bile blood. acute gastritis that can occur suddenly, after eating or ingesting toxic substances or spoiled food, due to a drug therapy such as antibiotics, NSAIDs, corticosteroids. chronic gastritis (persistent vomiting for more than 7 days) is generally associated with food allergies or intolerances, IBD colitis, alteration of bacterial flora, tumors or alimentary lymphoma.   What causes gastritis in cats? The…