What are the symptoms of dyspepsia?

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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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Digestive Diseases

Digestive diseases, also known as gastrointestinal diseases, are disorders that affect your esophagus, stomach and small and large intestines. The symptoms of digestive diseases vary widely depending on which part of your digestiv...

e system is affected. Generally symptoms can be blood in your stool, a change in bowel habits, pain, weight loss or heartburn that is not relieved by antacids. See you doctor if you have any of these signs of digestive disease.
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