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I went to Mayo Clinic with nausea, vomiting,reflux, extreme fullness and weight loss from 105lbs to 78lbs. I was diagnosed with Gastroparesis with no reasoning for this condition. I had been battling stomach pain, parasites, full feeling for at least three years prior to this episode. They put on reglan worked great but I became very depressed. they recently put me on propulsid. It worked also but because of the scare about how it can damage the heart,they took me off of it.
Their plan focus' on fat loss not weight loss and a transistion back to real life after the diet. I've done plans before including Lipo-B but never got results like this. I pay 25.00 a week for my injection and 15.00 a week for appetite suppressants. Hope all of you fid the answer for you and reach your goal.
Recently, I have been having signs of a parasitic infection (white pellets in bowel movements, weight loss, fatigue, etc.) I currently don't have health insurance and can't afford to see a doctor. I read that Biltricide (Praziquantel) can eliminate the infection and it's available to buy. I want to make sure of a few things before I do, however: 1. What is the correct dosage for a 130 pound woman with no health conditions (also not taking any medications)? 2.
I am a 46 year female that has had nauseousness, appetite and weight loss symptoms for 6 months. The abdominal utrasound and endoscopy were negative. The gastric emptying study (90 mins) came back with a Gastroparesis diagnosis. I was given a erythomycin prescription and told that I would more than likely be on it indefinately. I am in extreme denial. I am a healthy active athlete and will not do well on having to be on antibiotics for the duration of my life.
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I am also having some extreme fatigue issues, what appeared as a case of gout on my big toe, hair loss, digestive discomfort, and headaches. I am quite tall and slender, and have healthful eating habits, but find that I am ravenous within an hour of a hearty meal. I far out-eat my companions with no apparent weight gain. I am a good student at a prestigious university, but am having some trouble with focus and clear thinking.
My father is scheduled to retire and wants to return to a rigorous exercize program that includes weight lifting, stairmaster and biking. I have a couple of questions: 1) Is there any risk associated with excersize, especially when taking Coumadin? 2)In your opinion are the amount of drugs being taken considered to be excessive? 3) Coumadin appears to be a very dangerous medication that has risks when taken inproperly or with other medication.
Are we not answering because we're not focused on the weight loss issue? Weight loss could be a positive or negative effect depending indivudal circumstances. I too am curious and would also like to hear from those who personally had the procedure done. I'm wanting feedback on bowel regularity and the weight loss? Best wishes to us all with gastro paresis !
hair loss, weight gain, fatigue, extremely dry skin, constipation, poor night vision and brain fog. The latest thing is a localized rash on my face & neck with very small bumps. Should I pursue the visit with an endocrinologist or is it possible that this is not a thyroid condition?
I have had severe lower back pain, abdominal cramping, fatigue and weight loss and will be going to see a gi doctor this week. My connection to you is that I too delivered twins (girls) 13 months ago naturally and am wondering if there are any connections to what I am experiencing????
I had two stomach surgeries for weight loss in the 80s(staples across and lap band that didn't open and close). I had problems with scar tissue, so in 2005 I had the band removed and the surgeon made a connection from the small pouch area to the larger stomach area. After this, I developed what I believe is gastroparesis or slow stomach emptying. After my gastro doctor told me he did all he could do for me. I then had a subtotal colectomy.
I was tested for H pylori in 2011 and again in 2012 and was told I didn't have it...interestingly though, when I was put on erythromycin for a month to help motility, I got much better and remained so for almost two years...I have had fibromyalgia pain since in college...and was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse when I was about 35...it is supposedly a benign condition in me but I suffered from what is called mitral valve prolapse syndrome for many years....
This can cause nausea (appetite loss), vomiting, quickly getting full after eating, not digesting food properly, and weight loss. There are many different medications for this. I started on reglan (but because of increased risk of bad side effects after 3 months, the FDA says you should only go on it for 3 months) and I am now on domperidone. Domperidone is not FDA approved in the US (but it is in other countries) but it is relatively safe if blood tests and ekg's are done regularly.
I have no other symptoms of lymphoma (night sweats, loss of appetite, weight loss, fever, chills)
The main reason that I am writing this note is because I am a classic yo-yo dieter and I noticed something VERY interesting during my two most recent weight loss attempts. I am 5'4' and 180 pounds at the moment and had a high weight of 198, so I am on the chunky side of the fence. I wear a size 17 in blue jeans and extra large tops. I have tried many diets, but the only one that works for me is a high protein, VERY LOW carbohydrate ZERO SUGAR diet.
I think you should get a specific diagnosis. Powder (and weight loss) should also help. Best. Dr.
Maybe I am simply aggravating this side I dont know, but I am worried despite my negative tests for hepatitis. I have also lost some weight and believe it might be from the stress and anxiety. I am having trouble sleeping through the night. I plan on repeating all the test at the 12 week mark. I am also worried because the woman was from China and i understand hepatitis is prevalent in China.
The main reason that I am writing this note is because I am a classic yo-yo dieter and I noticed something VERY interesting during my two most recent weight loss attempts. I am 5'4' and 180 pounds at the moment and had a high weight of 198, so I am on the chunky side of the fence. I wear a size 17 in blue jeans and extra large tops. I have tried many diets, but the only one that works for me is a high protein, VERY LOW carbohydrate ZERO SUGAR diet.
experience persistent symptoms (nausea, vomiting, early satiety, weight loss) for longer than three months; and have no obstruction, metabolic disease, systemic illness, surgery, or use of antimotility medication. Viral serology, can be used too, if it is available. Gastric Emptying Assessment Gastric scintigraphy is the best method for diagnosing delayed gastric emptying. A 4-hour test which has the patient eat low-fat egg meals (egg substitute) is standard.
is taking me off because of the awful side effects Effexor is having on me (sweating, acne, hair loss, weight gain, sweets cravings- the list goes on!!) Effexor is a heavy hitting drug- Beware!! Hope this helps some of you...
For approximately the last year, my father has suffered from abdominal bloating (to the point where he looks about 6 months pregnant), periodic nausea, diarrhea, constipation, weight loss, early satiety, and severe acid reflux. His primary care doctor treated the symptoms for at least a year without piecing them all together. After over a week's stay at the hospital, he was finally diagnosed by a gastroenterologist with gastroparesis.
early satiety(feeling full after a few bites), nausea, vomiting, weight loss(in some cases weight gain). A lot of people that have gastroparesis do complain of stomach pain. I have Idiopathic Gastroparesis and I rarely vomit. So it is possible to have it and not vomit. Hope this helps.
- fatigue upon waking up, like I haven't really slept. - weight loss. - feeling as if stomach is smaller and tight. - some bleeding ( from a Hemocult test ). - sensitivity to stimulants ( sugar, caffiene, etc. ) - sensitivity to garlic?? Tests i've had so far is an Ultrasound, Upper GI and Small Bowel X-Ray series, HIV test, CBC differential, Pancreatic and Liver Function Blood Tests.... yet all of these have come back normal.
Around mid January I had pain at the back of my heels and my knee pain was worst then. The weight loss was most pronounced on my chest, at my ankles, wrists, above my knee joint (knees looked knobbly) When I phoned the NHS helpline late January/Feb about pins and needles/floaters they told me to go to a Doctor rihgt away. Typically (like having a particularly good hair day the day I go for a haircut) my nodes weren't sore and he said I probably had Post Viral Fatigue.
For approximately the last year, my father has suffered from abdominal bloating (to the point where he looks about 6 months pregnant), periodic nausea, diarrhea, constipation, weight loss, early satiety, and severe acid reflux. His primary care doctor treated the symptoms for at least a year without piecing them all together. After over a week's stay at the hospital, he was finally diagnosed by a gastroenterologist with gastroparesis.
The IBS is a family of conditions; she has what is called non-ulcer dyspepsia and tachygastria. The weight loss she experienced delays stomach emptying as a secondary effect; thus the nausea/vomiting. The stomach is less able to handle larger meals. We've tried prokinetic agents with her; erythromycin and reglan, which both help this, but my understanding is that she didn't tolerate them. Is this correct? I do not think this is food allergy; as the symptoms would be different.
The IBS is a family of conditions; she has what is called non-ulcer dyspepsia and tachygastria. The weight loss she experienced delays stomach emptying as a secondary effect; thus the nausea/vomiting. The stomach is less able to handle larger meals. We've tried prokinetic agents with her; erythromycin and reglan, which both help this, but my understanding is that she didn't tolerate them. Is this correct? I do not think this is food allergy; as the symptoms would be different.
Since that time I have had nothing but trouble, severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss and dumping syndrome. I have had so many upper endoscopies and colonoscopies. In 2002 I was diagnosed with gastroparesis on 3 different gastric emptying studies that is very significant. In 2003 after many dilatations of my pylorus, I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease via the video capsule (all previous biopsies had been negative).
From about day 34 to date I have had loose stools and a lot of waste in the morning and have noticed weight loss my chest definition has gone and my cheekbones are more prominent. I'm really hoping there are other factors for the; rash (sleeping with my clothes on, hygiene), lymph node problems (Chlamydia, broken tooth for a long time), heat in the morning (sleeping with clothes on due to cold), loose stools (antibiotics), muscle pain (walking in cold weather), joint pain (cold weather).
From about day 34 to date I have had loose stools and a lot of waste in the morning and have noticed weight loss my chest definition has gone and my cheekbones are more prominent. I'm really hoping there are other factors for the; rash (sleeping with my clothes on, hygiene), lymph node problems (Chlamydia, broken tooth for a long time), heat in the morning (sleeping with clothes on due to cold), loose stools (antibiotics), muscle pain (walking in cold weather), joint pain (cold weather).
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