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Acute Gastritis is a sudden inflammation or swelling of the stomach lining. Unlike other GI conditions, Acute Gastritis only affects the stomach, and does not affect the Intestines. the most common causes of Acute Gastritis are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and corticosteroids. The other causes of Acute Gastritis are injury, bacteria, viruses, stress, or ingesting irritants such as alcohol, NSAIDs, steroids, or spicy food.