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diarrhea
Although individual definitions may vary, generally understood as a decrease in stool form or increase in water content. It may be present acutely (less than or equal to 2 weeks) or chronically (present for longer than 4 weeks).

dyspepsia
or 'indigestion', a symptom complex thought to be of gastroduodenal origin that often occurs after meals, and is characterized by upper abdominal pain, bloating, often nausea and early satiety (feeling of fullness with loss of desire to eat).

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