Indigestion can impact how full you feel after consuming a meal, cause bloating in the upper abdomen, and cause overall discomfort.

What is indigestion?

Indigestion is when you feel uncomfortable in your upper abdomen after eating. It can cause symptoms like stomach pain and feeling full. Indigestion can be a sign of other digestive problems too. To manage or relieve indigestion, you can try the following tips. If you need professional help, you can schedule an appointment with our GI specialists at The Gut Clinic UK.

What are the common symptoms of indigestion?

Indigestion can disrupt your day and leave you feeling uncomfortable. It’s important to recognize the symptoms so you can get the right treatment. Common symptoms of indigestion include feeling full quickly during a meal, feeling uncomfortably full after eating, bloating in the upper abdomen, discomfort in the upper abdomen, a burning sensation in the upper abdomen, belching, and nausea. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms and finding it difficult to manage, it’s a good idea to schedule an appointment with a GI Specialist at The Gut Clinic UK for further evaluation and guidance.

When should I seek care for indigestion?

If you’ve been dealing with indigestion symptoms for more than two weeks and it’s causing you ongoing discomfort, it’s a good idea to seek care from a GI Specialist at The Gut Clinic UK. It’s especially important to visit us right away if you’re experiencing additional symptoms like repeated vomiting, trouble swallowing, fatigue or weakness, or black, tarry stools. Our team is here to help you find relief, so schedule an appointment with us today to get the assistance you need.


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