Most people experience some or the other symptom of Dyspepsia during their lifetime. It is often termed gassiness, indigestion, or burning. The symptoms may include:
- Pain in upper abdomen or discomfort.
- Bloating of stomach.
- Early satiety.
- Nausea and vomiting.
- Loss of appetite.
- Heart burn.
- Burping and burning sensation along with food or liquid reflux (regurgitation).
- Weight loss.
- Blood in Stool.
People at times may be confused between belching and burping (signs of Dyspepsia). Belching is the act of expelling gas or air consumed while eating through the mouth. The excess of air swallowed due to gulping of food or aerated drinks may cause slight discomfort in stomach, and is relieved after its expulsion using belching.
However, burping with reflux or pain in the upper abdomen right after eating is the primary symptom for dyspepsia.