Pain or discomfort in the stomach associated with difficulty in digesting food,
Pain or discomfort in the stomach associated with difficulty in digesting food
a disorder of digestive function characterized by discomfort or heartburn or nausea
Dyspepsia (from the Greek δυσ- dys- and πέψις pepsis "digestion"), also known as upset stomach, "heartburn" or indigestion, refers to a condition of impaired digestion. ...
A common medical condition most often caused by eating too quickly
feeling of nausea, bloating, gas, and/or heartburn caused by poor digestion.
To dream of indigestion, indicates unhealthy and gloomy surroundings.
also called dyspepsia. Indigestion is a common problem that causes a vague feeling of abdominal discomfort after meals. Symptoms also can include an uncomfortable fullness, belching, bloating, and nausea. ...
A feeling of discomfort or illness that results from the inability to properly digest food.
is a type of pain and sick feeling after eating food.
(in duh JESS chuhn) — the discomfort caused by difficulty in digesting food
non specific term for a variety of symptoms resulting from a failure of proper breakdown and absorption of food in the alimentary canal.
Also known as dyspepsia, indigestion is a term used to describe one or more symptoms including a feeling of fullness during a meal, uncomfortable fullness after a meal, and burning or pain in the upper abdomen.
disorder that suffers the organism(organisation) for not having digested well the food.
reduced ability to digest food
Abdominal discomfort after eating food. It is a vague term and has a similar meaning to dyspepsia.
During pregnancy, some women experience indigestion. This may be due to displacement of the stomach and delayed emptying time. Eating smaller, more frequent meals, avoiding spicy or irritating foods, and maintaining good posture can help.
a. badhazmi. F; anpacha. M; to suffer from indigestion. Jiria jana; jirna;