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Is It Normal To Gastroparesis
Lpr,non acidic reflux normal manometery and gastroparesis my two doc advised one PPI with domperodine and another PPI and levosulpride which one safe?
Perhaps Levosulpride: Neither drug is approved for use in the U.S. Levosulpride is an antipsychotic drug also used for functional dyspepsia, reflux and gastroparesis. It is effective but can cause side effects including Tardive dyskinesia. Domperodine is restricted in the U.K. to brief use for nausea and vomiting because of QT prolongation and risk of ventricular fibrillation. ...Read more
Water absorption has reduced N so reduced urination,reduced appetite(renal function normal).looks like gastroparesis.how to improve water absorption?
Here are some…: Physiologically, human body has been "magically" equipped with all kinds of pressure and chemical sensors throughout the wonderful system of automation. So, all average healthy humans can auto-regulate water absorption and excretion without a hitch. More on water drinking? To http://formefirst.com/waterdrink.html. ...Read more
Swollen neck, underarms, groin lymph nodes, CBC normal, have diabetes and gastroparesis, stomach very tender?
Many possibilities: Some causes of swelling can include systemic problems such as hypertension, and problems with the kidneys and localized issues such as arthritis, infection, lymphatic obstruction, blood clots, varicose veins, trauma (fracture, sprain, tendonitis) and side effects to medication. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
I have gastroparesis my endoscopy came back normal what does a endoscopy with someone with gp look like normally what does normal mean?
I became very ill suddenly. I had EGD and they found Gastritis, Barrett's, and Gastroparesis. Is this normal to have all three develop at one time?
They developed: over time.Be sure to follow instructions with meds ( what to take and what to avoid)and timely follow-up.Barretts requires watching and biopsies over time. ...Read more
I'm experiencing all symptoms of gastroparesis including low.Blood sugars had an emptying scan and told it was normal? Help i'm completey miserable
What do you have?: Since you don't have gastroparesis, please elucidate your symptoms for us so we can be of assistance. The GI tract has only a very limited number of responses so your "gastroparesis symptoms" may be altogether something other than a slow stomach, and may even originate outside the gut. Happy to help if you can provide some more information. ...Read more
My heart rate goes up after meals from my normal 60's-70's to the 90's. Worrisome? I have Mixed Connective Tissue Disease and mild Gastroparesis.
Normal reflex not: This is a normal reflex NOT related to MCTD. After you eat, a large portion of blood flow is diverted to the stomach & intestines for digestion; it's as if you lose circulating blood volume. To maintain cardiac output to the brain, with less volume, the heart speeds up (volume x heart rate is the output. Decr of one means incr the other). This is the gastrocardiac reflex, & is entirely normal ...Read more
Depends on...: The basic answer is if you can get optimal nutrition through the tube. I advise against most enteric formulas as they usually contain GMO-derived corn and soy and dairy from cows given hormones and antibiotics. I advise Liquid Hope, an organic feeding tube formula with vegetables etc. You can also add superfood powders like ORAC Energy Greens and fresh pureed soups. You are still what you eat! ...Read more
My wife is in ESRD. She is currently doing PD. She also suffers from Gastroparesis. She says she feels like her body is poisoned. Is this normal?
In end stage renal: disease, multiple toxins may not be eliminated from the body, and symptoms that are common are a general ill feeling and fatigue, Itching (pruritus) and dry skin, headaches, weight loss without trying and loss of appetite and nausea. Not uncommonly, there can be mental confusion and lack of alertness. Hopefully the dialysis will give some relief. ...Read more