Dr. M. Murugesh is a Consultant Medical Gastroentrologist & Hepatologist of the Department of Gastroentrology at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital. He has over 15 years of experience and is a specialist in ERCP – Advanced Biliary & Pancreatic Endotherapy.
Dyspepsia, or indigestion, is a frequent ailment. When your digestive system is unable to break down the food you eat, you may experience bloating. It is a disease of the digestive system. In the digestive process, the GI tract is a collection of organs. Anyone can suffer from indigestion. An episode of it may occur only sometimes, or you may experience it on a regular basis which can be treated by undergoing peptic ulcer disease treatment.
Case by case, the symptoms and causes will differ. Functional dyspepsia is the medical term for indigestion for which there is no known reason.
Indigestion is common. Bloating occurs when your digestive system can't digest food. Digestive disease. GI tract organs aid in digestion. Indigestion affects anyone. It may occur sometimes or regularly, wherein necessary peptic ulcer disease treatment is.
A stomachache might mimic the symptoms of indigestion. Among the symptoms you may experience are the following:
It's possible that your digestive system is malfunctioning, which might cause indigestion. Organs in your digestive system assist your body digest and absorb nutrients from food.
Your physician will examine your symptoms and do a physical examination. A variety of diagnostic tests may assist your physician in determining the source of your discomfort and ruling out other conditions with similar symptoms. These diagnostic tests help in determining the dyspepsia treatment. Examples include:
Blood tests may be used to rule out other diseases that can cause similar symptoms to functional dyspepsia.
Your physician may recommend a test to detect Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), a bacterium that can cause stomach problems. Testing for H. pylori may involve your blood, stool, or breath.
A thin, flexible, illuminated tool (endoscope) is inserted down the throat in order for the physician to observe the esophagus, stomach, and the first portion of the small intestine (duodenum). This will also allow the physician to collect small tissue samples from your duodenum in order to detect inflammation.
The majority of dyspepsia patients exhibit symptoms connected with food consumption. As a result, a range of dietary advice is frequently offered, despite the fact that no rigorous scientific trials have examined specific dietary therapies for the treatment of dyspepsia.
There is insufficient evidence to show that dietary fat may cause or aggravate symptoms, and patients frequently report improvement after consuming low-fat meals and more frequent, smaller meals.
Although testing for and treating H. pylori infection is advised and commonly practiced, the eradication of H. pylori infection does not typically alleviate symptoms other than those associated with peptic ulcer disease.
There is minimal benefit above placebo in eradicating H. pylori infection in people with dyspepsia, and a recent review found that just one out of every fourteen dyspepsia patients infected with H. pylori would benefit from treatment.
Severe dyspepsia treatment usually involves medications prescribed for treating the condition. Infrequently, you may only need to take medicine occasionally to alleviate your symptoms, but other times, you may need to continue taking it for several weeks or months. There are numerous medications that can alleviate the symptoms of dyspepsia in various ways. A physician can propose the appropriate prescription for a patient's needs.
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Our Department of Gastroenterology has treated over 20,000+ patients with dyspepsia treatment over the last 48 years. Our highly experienced gastroenterologists will ensure you to receive the best treatment for dyspepsia in Coimbatore.
Our highly experienced Gastroenterologists have immense experience in providing the best treatment for dyspepsia in Coimbatore.