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So i took myself to the er today because I had had enough.Enoughof the constant on and off pain in my stomach,the nasuea, bloating, amn
And fullness. Not to mention I lost 8 lbs in the past 4 weeks without trying. So I went even though I knew the odds of them saying its gastroparesis was great. The last er dr and 2 gastrologists said it to me before.all the tests possible were ran and no surprise that
Everything was fine.I got 2bags of fluid,iv pepcid, andmorphine and was sent home. I wantedto hear from others with gastroparesis andsee how you deal with it
I tried reglan but it gave me hallucinated dreams. Also does anyone know what the actual pain is from.the drs didn't know. Thanks guys!

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Comment by lindalu on October 29, 2013 at 5:54pm

Hi Priscilla,
I can totally empathize with you. I also have off and on (more on) pain-high up under my right ribs. I am on reglan 3 x day but I know it is making my depression worse. This week I am limited to soft solids: yogurt, oatmeal, applesauce, fruit bars. I'm not sure what else they can do. I'm at the point that you are also. I am scheduled to see my doc next month. Hang in there.


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