Dyspepsia is having any one of the following: Disturbing postprandial fullness, early satiation, epigastric pain and/or burning felt predominantly in the upper abdomen.

It is considered a symptom complex rather than a specific diagnosis.

Acid suppression is the recommended initial therapy.

Dyspepsia Drug Information

Drug Information
aluminium hydroxide + magnesium hydroxide + simeth...

Indication: Antacid, antiflatulent & demulcent in gastric hyperacidity & heartburn. Symptomatic relief of peptic &...

Belcid Forte
aluminium hydroxide + magnesium hydroxide + simeti...

Indication: Symptomatic relief of hyperacidity associated w/ PUD, gastritis, peptic esophagitis, gastric hyperacidity, hea...

Indication: Peptic ulcer associated w/ H pylori.

Indication: Reflux disease & associated symptoms. Prevention of gastroduodenal ulcers induced by NSAIDs in patients at...

Indication: 20 mg: Mild GERD & associated symptoms eg, heartburn, acid regurgitation, pain on swallowing. Long-term ma...

Indication: Healing of erosive esophagitis (EE). Maintenance of healed EE & relief of heartburn. Heartburn associated ...

citric acid + sodium bicarbonate + sodium carbonat...

Indication: Relief of indigestion & stomach gas.

Indication: Relief of flatulence; gas expulsion for gastroscopic & radiographic exam.

Gaviscon/Gaviscon Double Action
calcium carbonate + sodium alginate + sodium bicar...

Indication: Relief from pain & discomfort of heartburn & acid indigestion.

Indication: Adjunctive therapy in treatment of peptic ulcer, irritable bowel syndrome & acute enterocolitis.

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