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What are the treatments for functional dyspepsia?

Treatment of Dyspepsia, once other problems have been ruled out, such as ulcers, include quitting smoking, and may include drugs for acid indigestion (H-2 blockers and proton pump inhibitors), smooth-muscle relaxants, low-doses of certain antidepressants, and stress-management such as yoga, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and biofeedback.

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