What are the symptoms of indigestion? The dyspepsia symptoms are similar to common disorders of the upper gastro-intestine, so learn to differentiate.
Indigestion dyspepsia symptoms
You must be careful not to confuse functional dyspepsia with other common disorders that may cause upper gastrointestinal distress, such as heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome, gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD), functional abdominal bloating, and functional biliary disorders.
The symptoms of indigestion dyspepsia include:
- Fullness during or after meals; it prevents to finish the meal.
- Bloating (feeling fullness) after food, additionally feel like it stays too long in the stomach.
- Belching and gas
- Nausea and vomiting
- Mouth tastes acidic
- Stomach growling
- Epigastria pain - is noted between the chest bone lower end and the navel, which ranges from mild to severe.
- Epigastrium burning is in the stomach or upper abdomen region.
Generally, these symptoms may intensify during stress. People often have heartburn (burning sensation in the chest) along with indigestion. However, heartburn is causing by stomach acid’s content reaching the esophagus.