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What are the symptoms of dyspepsia?

If you've ever had indigestion, then you are already familiar with the most common symptom of dyspepsia - abdomen pain. The condition can also manifest as gassiness (loud intestinal sounds, belching, and flatulence), poor appetite or a feeling of fullness early on in a meal, or the sensation of burning pain gnawing at the stomach or abdomen. Less commonly, dyspepsia symptoms may include bloating and nausea, particularly after meals.

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