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Nonulcerative dyspepsia

Nonulcerative dyspepsia is a persistent burning pain in the upper stomach. The pain is often accompanied with other symptoms including bloating, nausea, and gas. As the name implies patients with nonulcerative dyspepsia do not have ulcers; however, the condition may be caused by a Helicobacter pylori infection which is the same bacteria known to cause ulcers. Other causes of dyspepsia include certain medicines, such as aspirin, and other conditions including GERD.

  • Diagnosis: Your physician will review your medical history and may test to see if you have a Helicobacter pylori infection.
  • Treatment: Your physician will review your medications to see if these are causing the problem. In many cases a change of medication or antibiotic will treat the disorder.