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Gastroparesis is when the stomach has trouble clearing out its contents (also known as delayed gastric emptying).  This condition occurs when the muscles in the stomach—which are responsible for pushing food through the digestive tract—become impaired or weakened. As a result, food stays in the stomach for a longer time than normal, leading to various digestive symptoms.

There are 3 stages of gastroparesis, mild, moderate & severe. And that's based on severity of symptoms, degree of slowness of stomach emptying, & complications a person might have.

  • Mild Gastroparesis: In this stage, the stomach may empty slowly, but the symptoms are relatively mild and may not significantly impact daily life.
  • Moderate Gastroparesis: The emptying of the stomach is further delayed, and symptoms become more noticeable, affecting eating patterns and causing discomfort.
  • Severe Gastroparesis: The stomach's emptying is significantly impaired, and symptoms become more severe, leading to significant weight loss, malnutrition, and a substantial impact on quality of life.

The main Symptoms of Gastroparesis are:

  • Abdominal Pain
  • Bloating
  • Nausea / Vomiting
  • Feeling full very quickly
  • Unintended weight loss (due to reduced food intake & nutrient absorption)
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