My gp has been getting worse and I was looking into the pacemaker.I was wondering where his is done , i heard the cleveland clinic was great,I livein ny,anyone know of a closer place and do uthink it will help I'm not bad to where i vomit fully and just started losing weight bc of it but the stomach pains are bothersome and frustrating

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Hi, I have the pacemaker and it was put in at Beth Israel deaconess in Boston but I believe they stopped putting them in. My surgeon was dr. Critchlow and my GI was Dr. Lembo. The pacemaker is really just designed to decrease nausea and that's it's main purpose. I would go to the Medtronic site and search for Enterral therapy. Also, a good place for support and suggestions is a page on Facebook called G-Pact. Good luck

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