Welcome to the GERD/Heartbrun Forum.
Just to clarify dyspepsia is a recurrent or persistent pain or discomfort that is primarily located in the upper abdomen. Approximately 25 percent of people in the United States and other western countries experience dyspepsia.
Dyspepsia can develop because of an underlying medical problem. However, the most common type of dyspepsia is "functional" (or "non-ulcer") dyspepsia. This refers to dyspepsia that occurs without an identifiable cause.
Some people benefit from avoiding fatty foods (which can slow the emptying of the stomach), and eating small frequent meals. Foods that aggravate symptoms should be avoided, if possible, although eliminating entire food groups is not recommended. If you have questions about which foods should be avoided, discuss this with a healthcare provider and/or dietitian.
I do not think it is a bad idea to have some tests repeated as our bodies do change and something may show up on new tests.
As for your anxiety, you have a right to feel anxious as your symptoms are not imaginary. We have a great anxiety forum and you may have posted there already but if not please do join us in the A & P Forum as the members there know all about anxiety and will have great advice and lots of support for you.
Again a warm welcome to our family here in the GERD/Heartburn forum.
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