No Acid Dyspepsia

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The term includes any disorder dyspepsia secretion, gastric motility or sensitivity that disturbs digestion. It is functional impairment associated with digestive problems and it usually occurs when there is no healthy eating. Typically, dyspepsia is benign and curable.


Its origin can be physical or emotional disorder and in some cases may be due to a tumour and is characterized by digestive disorders consecutive to gastric and intestinal dysfunction. It produces physical discomfort upper gastrointestinal tract, associated with the ingestion of food or fluid. Associated symptoms include heartburn, belching, flatulence, bloating or abdominal pressure, nausea and vomiting.