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Female 35, can gastroparesis be caused by an autoimmune disease?
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Dr. Larry Greenbaum
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Yes, but....
Systemic sclerosis (ssc) can cause gastroparesis, although ssc is a rare disease.
Diabetes is a more common cause of gastroparesis. Also keep in mind that many medications can also effect gastric motility.

In brief: Yes, but....
Systemic sclerosis (ssc) can cause gastroparesis, although ssc is a rare disease.
Diabetes is a more common cause of gastroparesis. Also keep in mind that many medications can also effect gastric motility.
Dr. Larry Greenbaum
Dr. Larry Greenbaum
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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Yes.
Usually late in scleroderma.
People with autoimmune gastritis can have digestive issues (no stomach acid or mucous) that makes digestion more difficult. It is most common in diabetes ii.

In brief: Yes.
Usually late in scleroderma.
People with autoimmune gastritis can have digestive issues (no stomach acid or mucous) that makes digestion more difficult. It is most common in diabetes ii.
Dr. Thomas Namey
Dr. Thomas Namey
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