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Indigestion (cont.)

Follow-up

Consult your healthcare professional:

  • of changes in your symptoms; or
  • indigestion symptoms continue or worsen, or if they are accompanied by unintentional weight loss.

Visit your health care practitioner for regular health check-ups. Some testing performed to diagnose the cause of your indigestion may be repeated in the future to gauge the response to treatment.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/5/2014

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