Indigestion symptoms: Why the pain in your back is NOT dyspepsia

According to Guts UK, almost all of us will get indigestion from time to time, particularly after a heavy, spicy or fatty meal.

The website explains: “Sometimes we get indigestion when we have rushed our food or when we have simply had too much to eat or drink.

“Whilst gastric and duodenal ulcers used to be a common cause of indigestion only a few years ago, they occur less frequently nowadays.

“An increasing number of people suffer from reflux associated with indigestion because the acid produced in their stomach can travel (reflux) back up into their oesophagus (gullet).”


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