postprandial distress syndrome

postprandial distress syndrome

An unusually unpleasant sense of fullness in the abdomen after a meal; a form of indigestion or dyspepsia.
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9% of the patients, postprandial distress syndrome (PDS) was present in 28.
Limited evidence suggests that patients presenting with postprandial distress syndrome have more chances of having psychological issues but in our study we found no significant difference among dyspepsia group18,19.
Out of all patients 31% of the patients belonged to postprandial distress syndrome, 29% to epigastric pain syndrome and 40% to both groups.
The patients were then sub-grouped according to Rome III classification of functional dyspepsia in postprandial distress syndrome (PDS), epigastric pain syndrome (EPS) or both depending on their presentation.
In Sweden's general population, the subcategory of functional dyspepsia known as postprandial distress syndrome is associated with anxiety, Dr.
Postprandial distress syndrome includes one or more symptoms of bothersome postprandial fullness and early satiation, while epigastric pain syndrome includes unexplained epigastric pain and/or burning.
A total of 52 had epigastric pain syndrome, 122 had postprandial distress syndrome, and 17 had both disorders.