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Medical Therapy

  • Antacids neutralize excess stomach acid, and can provide temporary relief of indigestion.
  • Antacids 4 hours prior to exercise.
  • Rest
  • Activity modification
  • Digestive enzymes capsules
  • If symptoms persist, immediate referral to physician to rule out more serious abdominal conditions or diseases.
  • Plenty of water will help in reducing the symptoms.

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