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Stools that are loose and watery occur more frequently than usual. Diarrhoea is typically caused by a virus, but it can also be caused by contaminated food. It can occasionally be a symptom of another condition, such as inflammatory bowel disease or irritable bowel syndrome. Frequent, loose, watery stools and stomach pain are common symptoms.
Infrequent or difficult bowel movements are considered constipation. Hard and dry stools are common. Abdominal pain, bloating, and the feeling of not having finished a bowel movement are some of the other indications and symptoms. Constipation problems could include haemorrhoids, anal fissures, and faecal impaction.
Farting, passing wind, or having gas are other terms for the same thing. It is a medical term for the process of releasing gas from the digestive system via the anus. It is a normal process that occurs when gas collects inside the digestive system. When your body breaks down food, gas accumulates in the digestive tract. It can also happen when you swallow air while eating or drinking.
Dyspepsia is another name for indigestion. It is a phrase that is used to describe stomach pain. Indigestion causes burning or pain in the upper section of the stomach, as well as an unpleasant sensation in the stomach. Indigestion is not a medical condition. However, it might be an indication of other digestive disorders.
The food we eat passes through the esophagus and into our stomach. The gastric glands in your stomach produce acid, which is required for food digestion. A burning sensation can be felt below the breastbone when the gastric glands produce more acid than is required for digestion. Acidity is the common name for this condition.
Peptic ulcers are the sores that form in the stomach, lower esophagus, or small intestine lining. They’re usually caused by the bacteria H. pylori inflaming the stomach, as well as erosion from stomach acids. Peptic ulcers are a fairly common health problem.