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If you’re experiencing occasional digestive issues, you’re not alone. People may experience occasional digestive symptoms including: indigestion, fullness, heartburn, nausea, gas, abdominal discomfort with constipation/diarrhea.*

Digestive symptoms can sometimes be distressing and bothersome and may be interlinked. Therefore, people can experience a range of different symptoms at the same time. Furthermore, certain everyday factors may trigger occasional symptoms such as lifestyle changes, stress, and diet.

If you’ve been experiencing digestive symptoms consistently over time you should consult your doctor.

Learn more about these occasional digestive symptoms:

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Occasional indigestion, also known as upset stomach, can affect many people each year. When you have indigestion, you may have one or more of the following symptoms: a burning feeling, or discomfort in your upper abdomen, feeling uncomfortably full after eating a meal, bloating, or burping.

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Occasional nausea is an unpleasant feeling in your stomach, and for some, it’s a signal that you may have to vomit.

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Occasional fullness, or feeling bloated, is an uncomfortable sensation can make you feel swelling or fullness in your gut.

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Occasional gas can feel different in each person. Symptoms can include burping, bloating or the urge to pass gas.

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Occasional heartburn describes a burning sensation typically felt between your stomach and throat. Heartburn symptoms can be triggered, or even worsen, by eating certain foods or drinks, after some physical activities, and even by stress.

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Many people may experience mild occasional abdominal discomfort with constipation/ diarrhea from time to time. It can come on suddenly, or more slowly.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.