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Introduction: Functional Dyspepsia

Rob Orman, MD and Andrew Buelt, DO
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Have you ever gone a week in clinic without seeing a patient with dyspepsia? Some have true structural disease like peptic ulcers or even cancer. Most, however, will end up with no discernible cause of their symptoms and end up with the diagnosis of ‘functional dyspepsia’. In this segment, we review a recent New England Journal of Medicine article on managing this common, yet frustrating, condition.

 

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Connie S. -

What about sublingual B12 supplementation? Any better than oral?

Rob O., MD -

Hi Connie, Here is the response from Tom D....

Yes! There are several trials to show they are equivalent. You non-specifically absorb B12 from any mucosal so the idea is you flood it with 500ug of B12 and if ~3 ug actually gets absorbed you hit the daily requirement. I am thinking about marketing a B12 suppository….

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The Allergy That Isn't and the B-12 That Is Full episode audio for MD edition 183:18 min - 86 MB - M4AHippo Primary Care RAP February 2016 Summary 735 KB - PDF