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What can you do to stop outward swelling of the stomach due to pre pryloric intestinal condition?

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Dr. Charles Cattano
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
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In brief: Stomach problem

The pylorus is the end of stomach connecting to the beginning of the small intestine, so a "pre-pyloric" problem of the gut can only involve the stomach or esophagus.
Is this the location you're questioning? If so, you're describing a gastric emptying issue with associated stomach distension--either due to partial obstruction or a sluggish stomach. Get evaluation & appropriate treatment please.

In brief: Stomach problem

The pylorus is the end of stomach connecting to the beginning of the small intestine, so a "pre-pyloric" problem of the gut can only involve the stomach or esophagus.
Is this the location you're questioning? If so, you're describing a gastric emptying issue with associated stomach distension--either due to partial obstruction or a sluggish stomach. Get evaluation & appropriate treatment please.
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