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Impaired Esophageal Motility
Possible but: not likely much of a contribution. As strokes do frequently cause swallowing problems but they tend to be of the type that involves the muscles of the tonge/back of the mouth/throat instead of the motility of the esophagus - that tends to be more of a complicated age related process. ...Read more
I have recently been diagnosed with an esophageal motility disorder and was told my muscles just don't work properly and there is no cure. What now?
How to understand nonspecific neuromuscular disorder causing esophageal motility disorder (inadequate peristalsis) if no diagnosis known & normal bloodtests?
Muscle coordination: The esophagus is just a long muscle. There has to be coordination to push food from your mouth to your stomach and sometimes the coordination of this muscle does not work effectively leading to a motility disorder. Just like your skeletal muscles sometimes cramp and get tired and dont work well this same process can happen to the esophagus muscle. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Please suggest natural reliefvfor esophagus motility disorder?e.g.exercise, diet, lifestyle change?
I have slight esophagus motility problem caught in manometry(Taking librax). Is it safe to do weight lifting and running exercises with this disorder?
I have had a lot of testing done, and I have bile reflux , weak les valve, and weak esophagus motility. Crying makes the muscles hurt around valve. Intraadominal pressure makes worse. Why?
Difficult: Why was the testing done, recurrent nausea, let's say. Are you crying all the time? Are you having insomnia, daytime fatigue and panic attacks? One good drug that if often overlooked is Mirtazapine before bed. It helps insomnia, nausea and mood. The's may help? I an not sure about the "valve" but let's say where your stomach and esophagus meet doesn't close well. Reflux is a problem, prilosec. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would having a normal looking esophagus, norm barium swallowing, norm MRE of small intestines, rule out esoph. motility disorders?
Need manometry: at this stage, you need high resolution manometry, probably best if done at academic medical center. ...Read more
Any procedures for someone to stop reflux if they have weak les valve with some weak motility in esophagus. Regurdigation bad and i'm on dexilant (dexlansoprazole). Any suggestions since reg. Surgery not an option.?
Options: There are some endoscopic procedures, the best of which is called stretta. If this doesn't work, there are a variety of surgical procedures to perform a fundoplication or place a magnet bracelet around the valve (linx). See e general or thoracic surgeon with experience in anti-reflux procedures to find out what is best for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can p.O.T.S (postural orthostatic. Tachycardia syndrome) cause fat malabsorption due to impaired motility in bowels?
Such as small bowel overgroweth.
POTS: Gut mobility problems are not part of the syndrome. Could such a thing exist? That's another question and i wouldn't a priori rule out some relationship. ...Read more
Correctable cause?: If the results are low on two tests, you should be evaluated for a cause. A physical exam along with testing for endocrine abnormalities are necessary. The most common finding would be a varicocele (15%), which can be corrected and may return normal numbers of sperm. Heat exposure (fever, hot baths) can cause this. For hormonal problems, stimulation of sperm production with medicines might work. ...Read more
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