Functional dyspepsia is the medical term for a condition that causes an upset stomach or pain or discomfort in the upper belly, near the ribs. Functional dyspepsia often comes back over time.
The most common symptoms of functional dyspepsia include:
●Discomfort or pain in the belly
●Feeling full quickly when eating
Some people also have nausea, vomiting, a lack of appetite, or weight loss.
• Upper endoscopic
• Breath, blood, stool test for H.Pylori
Medications that may help in managing the signs and symptoms of nonulcer stomach pain include:
• Over-the-counter gas remedies.
• Medications to reduce acid production.
• Medications that block acid 'pumps.'
• Medication to strengthen the esophageal sphincter.
• Low-dose antidepressants.
• Antibiotics. If tests indicate that a common ulcer-causing bacterium called H. pylori is present in your stomach, your doctor may recommend antibiotics.
• Behavior therapy
A counselor or therapist at Aadil Hospital can teach you relaxation techniques that may help you cope with your signs and symptoms. You may also learn ways to reduce stress in your life to prevent nonulcer stomach pain from recurring.
Consult General physician and gastroenterologist At Aadil Hospital for medical and behavioral therapy.