epigastric sensation

epigastric sensation

a weak, sinking feeling of undefined nature that is usually localized in the pit of the stomach but may occur throughout the abdominal region. See also sensation, def. 1.
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He says Muhammad had suffered from "complex partial seizures," which are displayed through "excessive sweating and light trembling, olfactory, auditory and visual hallucinations, epigastric sensations (bad taste), excessive perspiration and hyper-religiosity.
Smith's study of 120 patients revealed the most common symptom to be a sense of spinning, which was commonly associated with epigastric sensations, sensory disturbances, dreamy states and loss of consciousness.