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Messymexi

869d

I'm being sent to a regular GI after having worked 3 years with head of the gasteroparesis clinic. They don't think I have it anymore. I'm nervous they won't find anything. anyone else vomit frequently? I'm talking multiple times a day anywhere from 5 mins to 6 hrs after eating, and it's always undigested food.

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    • Messymexi

      869d

      How do you drain your bile? And I have had been diagnosed with MALS which seems to be the same thing essentially, I've had two surgeries to fix that 😥

    • Messymexi

      869d

      How do you drain your bile? And I have had been diagnosed with MALS which seems to be the same thing essentially, I've had two surgeries to fix that 😥

    • Edelweiss

      869d

      Yep I’ll vomit 24 hours later. Have they looked into SMAS at all? That’s what I’m being worked up for because I vomit up to 30 times a day if I don’t drain bile from my stomach 24/7

    • Messymexi

      869d

      @sadchemist they did one a year ago in order to ok remove my feeding tube and it came back borderline normal. Smart pill came back fine

    • Sadchemist

      869d

      I vomit that frequently too. I'm so sorry, I know it's absolutely miserable. I've found how often I vomit depends solely on how much I eat in a day. Have they done another GES to see if it has actually improved?

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