What Is Gastroparesis?
Gastroparesis may be caused by damage to the vagus nerve or by severe type 2 diabetes. Most people with gastroparesis have one or more of the following symptoms:
Vomiting after meals
Pain in the abdomen
Feeling full after eating small quantities of food
Lack of appetite
Excessive unintentional weight loss
Gastroparesis is diagnosed through a special test called a gastric emptying study, in which special chemicals measure how fast food leaves the stomach.
Treatments For Gastroparesis
Enterra Therapy For Chronic Gastroparesis