About Gastroparesis

Gastroparesis Help

By IFFGD

On this site you will find information to help you understand gastroparesis; what it is and how it is treated. You'll also find resources and help for managing daily living with gastroparesis.

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If you have gastroparesis, your help is needed. We are conducting a survey aimed at identifying ways to better treat and improve daily life for people affected. To take part, click on this link: Participate in our confidential gastroparesis online survey.

Gastroparesis is characterized by symptoms where the stomach does not empty properly. No obstruction or blockage is evident.

Gastroparesis can occur in children and adults. Managing gastroparesis can be challenging to the person with the condition, to family members, and to health care providers.

While much remains to be learned about gastroparesis, patients benefit from prompt recognition, or diagnosis, of the disorder which allows the most effective treatments to begin.

Treatments for gastroparesis aim to manage symptoms over a long term. They include diet changes, medicines, or other therapies.

If you have gastroparesis, you are not alone. We invite you to browse these pages. Find out more . . .

Learn About Gastroparesis

What Causes Gastroparesis

Signs and Symptoms of Gastroparesis

Diagnosis and Tests for Gastroparesis

Gastroparesis Treatments

Living with Gastroparesis

Sharing Personal Stories

 

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Making Research Happen

Thanks to support from people like you, IFFGD has awarded three grants for gastroparesis research. Go »

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