Digestive Tract Health Symptom Checker

Answer these questions to see how your status stacks up.
*The results of the symptom checker are not for ideal diagnostic purpose and are not meant to substitute for a professional diagnosis by a physician.


Do you feel stuffed after a meal although you have only eaten a little?

Question 1 of 6


Do you frequently feel nauseous after meal?

Question 2 of 6


Do you often experience diarrhea?

Question 3 of 6


Do you suffer from constipation regularly?

Question 4 of 6


Do you have abdominal pain or cramp after meal?

Question 5 of 6


Do you always feel bloated or have gas in your stomach?

Question 6 of 6


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    Did You Know?​

    Bacteria cell outnumbered Human body cell

    Approximately 100 trillion bacteria cells live at human body. Digestive tract alone contains more than 400 bacterial species.

    Women are more vulnerable to sensitive stomach

    Irritable bowel syndrome also known as Sensitive stomach affects women 3 times more than men.

    1 in 3 adults are affected

    About 30% of Malaysian adults were found to have oral health problems which affected their quality of life such as self-confidence, problems with social interaction and pain during eating.


    1. Canny, G. O. & McCormick, B. A. (2008). Bacteria in the intestine, helpful residents or enemies from within. Infection and immunity, 76(8), 3360-3373.
    2. Kim, Y. S., & Kim, N. (2018). Sex-Gender Differences in Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Journal of neurogastroenterology and motility, 24(4), 544–558. doi:10.5056/jnm18082
    3. Source from The Sunday Daily