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Gastroparesis with severe symptoms!

Digestive Health | Last Active: May 18 11:57pm | Replies (443)

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Welcome to Connect @faycarole. I moved your message to this discussion about gastroparesis to connect you with other members. I'd like to introduce you to @kendrakay, @margieg, @sherry8034, @dawn1952 and @citygirlannie.

Fay, here is some information about treating gastroparesis from Mayo Clinic http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/gastroparesis/basics/treatment/con-20023971

To contact Mayo Clinic, click this link http://mayocl.in/1mtmR63 for the contact information in Minnesota, Florida and Arizona. They will be happy to help assess your situation.

What symptom or symptoms do you find the most challenging to manage?

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the constant nausea, my husband is going to have a cochlear implant at vanderbilt in nashville tn next week he is almost deaf and it is so frustrating that i will be unable to go with him for it but my son and daughter in law will be with him after this is done and is hopefully successful i am going to tackle this gastroparesis and my first plan is to try to go to mayo

Hello.<br>After suffering 2 long and horrible years, I no longer have gastroparesis.<br>I voluntarily stopped all medications for the GP and severe psoriatic<br>arthritis after multiple complications from side effects landed me in the<br>hospital numerous times from the 12 medications I was taking.<br>I began juicing with ginger and greens religiously, became a vegetarian and<br>no longer have any symptoms of these two dreadful diseases.<br>I wish all those well who are suffering and pray they too can be healed.<br>Living a plant-based lifestyle worked for me.<br><br>Terra<br><br>