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1, A food that is too fatty may cause indigestion.
2, Do you suffer from indigestion after you have eaten?
3, He was prone to indigestion after rich restaurant meals.
4, Rich food always gives me indigestion.
5, The boy had indigestion,and he regurgitated all his food.
6, He suffered from indigestion and bloating.
7, Don't bolt your food you'll get indigestion!
8, Spicy food always gives me indigestion.
9, Indigestion is a catch-all term for any kind of stomach distress.
10, Indigestion can be brought on by a surfeit of rich food.
11, You'll give yourself indigestion if you swallow your dinner so quickly.
12, You're bound to get indigestion if you guzzle like that!
13, He suffered from bouts of indigestion.
14, His misgivings seemed to cause him indigestion.
15, I sleep like a log and never get indigestion.
16, They are believed to cure indigestion.
17, You know crisps give me indigestion.
18, If you rush your meals, you'll get indigestion.
19, Worked himself into a frenzy and gave himself indigestion.
20, Suddenly Mungo felt dread in his stomach like indigestion.
21, Indigestion made you feel funny things.
22, No time for insomnia, backaches, headaches,(http://sentencedict.com/indigestion.html) indigestion or general lethargy.
23, Now we get rocks when we have indigestion or a sprained wrist.
24, I overate at the party last night and got violent indigestion.
25, Don't bolt your food like that - you'll get indigestion.
26, You don't chew your food enough - that's why you get indigestion.
27, I need an / some antacid to cure my indigestion.
28, Her physical pain went on in the form of sensitivity, aching muscles, stiff joints, indigestion, and kidney stones.
29, Bills for gambling debts are stuffed beneath an overflowing chamber-pot and the Prince is surrounded by medications for indigestion and the pox.
30, Peppermint has long been regarded as a plant that can relieve indigestion.
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