The dyspepsia is right, but some of the particulars are off.
These symptoms of dyspepsia are in no way peculiar, and probably at first occasion little anxiety.
It is beneficial for dyspepsia, gout, rheumatism, and scrofulous diseases.
It is used in dyeing, and has been recommended in dyspepsia, calculous affections, and chronic diarrha.
She has n't been quite as kind as ever; but when she got sharp, I fancied it was dyspepsia.
It is said that in India, where dyspepsia is common, garlic is found to be a great palliative.
That's not the reason; my cousins, the Sperms, have teeth, and dyspepsia also.
dyspepsia, it would appear, is unknown among this fortunate people!
dyspepsia and general debility and emaciation accompanied the disease.
The decoction of the wood and the powdered wood are given in fevers, in dyspepsia and as a general tonic.
dyspepsia dys·pep·sia (dĭs-pěp'shə, -sē-ə)
Disturbed digestion; indigestion.