Functional dyspepsia symptoms aggravated by eating

11/10/2008 | Reuters

Eating a meal can aggravate the symptoms of pain, fullness and bloating in patients with functional dyspepsia, researchers say. A survey of 218 patients found the intensity of symptoms increased 15 minutes after eating and remained for the entire four-hour study period. Seventy-nine percent of patients reported meal-aggravated symptoms.

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