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What is Putrefactive Dyspepsia?

Description of the Disease

Putrefactive dyspepsia is a functional disorder of the stomach, characterized by disruption of its digestive function and manifested in the form of dyspeptic symptoms.


  • Functional
  • Organic


Symptoms of putrefactive dyspepsia include abdominal bloating, heartburn, belching, vomiting, unpleasant breath odor, disrupted bowel movements, and other dyspeptic manifestations.


The causes of putrefactive dyspepsia may be associated with improper nutrition, stress, infectious diseases, chronic gastrointestinal diseases, and other factors.


Diagnosis of putrefactive dyspepsia includes general clinical and instrumental studies, including gastroscopy, colonoscopy, blood and stool tests.


Treatment of putrefactive dyspepsia includes correction of nutrition, taking medication, including probiotics and anti-putrefaction agents, as well as physiotherapeutic procedures.


  • Proper nutrition
  • Avoiding stress
  • Regular medical check-ups


For consultation and treatment of putrefactive dyspepsia, it is necessary to consult a gastroenterologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.