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Many people have stomach discomfort, stomach pain, feel full after eating and other troubles with meals. For some people, nothing seems to help.
Researchers at Mayo Clinic are conducting a research study on the effects of two FDA-approved medications to treat stomach symptoms that occur after eating. The purpose is to see whether these medications help people with these symptoms.
Dr. Rick Locke and study coordinator Vickie Silvernall describe the study:
Learn more about the dyspepsia study and see a complete list of study centers here on ClinicalTrials.gov. Mayo Clinic patients also may visit this page on Mayo's research Web site.
For more background, see this video about functional dyspepsia and this video about the medications being tested.
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