Tuesday, June 28, 2011


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Hello 2009, a photo by Evil Erin on Flickr.

Indigestion occurs when the acid in stomach flows back up to the esophagus. This may also occur when stomach is inflamed or irritated. Commonly, the symptoms of dyspepsia are aggravated after eating. Symptoms may start from the upper gastrointestinal tract (stomach and first part small intestine). Indigestion generates soreness which is hard to identify where it is coming from but is normally sited between the navel and the breast-bone.

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