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Gastroparesis

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Jevity is typically used as a tube feeding but other oral supplements like Ensure or Glucerna (if you are diabetic) can be used.  The Jackson...
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Here are some tips that can help to decrease the symptoms of gastroparesis: Eating several small meals each day rather than three larger meals...
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Gastroparesis is paralysis of the stomach. It is a disease in which the stomach cannot empty itself of food in a normal fashion.
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Gastroparesis is a form of nerve damage that affects the stomach and intestines. With this condition, food is not digested properly and does not move...
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Gastroparesis can be caused either by diseases of the stomach's muscles or the nerves that control the muscles, though often no specific cause is...
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Gastroparesis means paralysis of the muscles of the stomach. Gastroparesis results in delayed emptying of food from the stomach into the small...
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The primary symptoms of gastroparesis are nausea and vomiting. Other symptoms of gastroparesis include abdominal pain, bloating, early satiety...
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The newest experimental treatment for gastroparesis is injection of botulinum toxin into the pylorus. The pylorus is the narrow channel through which...
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If gastroparesis is caused by a reversible problem, for example pancreatitis, the condition will subside when the underlying problem resolves. In...
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The most common method for diagnosing gastroparesis is a nuclear medicine test called a gastric emptying study, which measures the emptying of food...
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