Promotility Drugs. Metoclopramide is a common drug that helps with GI motility. An antiobiotic, erythromycin, has also been shown to help GI movement. See a doctor to get to the source of delayed gastric emptying and which med may be appropriate for you.
Tiered treatment. First line treatment is a low fat / low residue diet with multiple small meals per day. Second line treatment is prokinetic meds such as erythromycin, reglan, (metoclopramide) domperidone. Third line treatment includes implantable gastric pacer devices. Last resort would be a feeding j-tube with a venting g-tube.
Prokinetic meds. Your doctor will start you on a prokinetic medication. Some examples of these are Reglan (metoclopramide) or erythromycin.