Posted by haghenbeck javier
on July 06, 2000 at 12:29:43:
In Reply to: Re: sever gastroparesis [non-diebetic] posted by Renea on April 08, 2000 at 18:20:20:
: Hello, My name is Renea and my Daughter Jennifer is 9 years old and has recently been diagnosed as having gastroparesis.
: Jennifer started having problems about 10 months ago and every time we went to the doctor with her problems they said it was a viral infection..we made several trips to the doctor at least once or twice a month and always got the same answers, so we switched doctors and again got the same answers for several more months...finally I told the doctor we needed a referal to someone who could find out what was wrong with her since you can't have a viral infection for weeks on end for several months. The doctor finally refered us to a gastroenterologist and he ordered some test for her and diagnosed her with gastroparesis. The doctor has yet to inform us with any information on this disease and I have been searching endlessly to find out what to do for my daughter.
: Jennifer has missed so much school this year from being sick. If I send her to school she calls me to come and get her to the point that the teacher has started to refuse her the right to go to the office to call me. She is up most of the time 6 or 7 times a night hurting and feeling sick if she even sleeps and on the nights that she does sleep it is a miricle. She has been put on homebound thanks to the doctor not the school. Jennifer is on propulsid,prevacid,phenergran for nausea and Tylenol#3 for pain.
: The doctors can find a reason for the gastroparesis and are puzzled as to what to do for this disease. If anyone has any information please, I am begging you ,please email it to me.
: Thank you and God Bless,
: Renea Alexander
My name in Javier and my wife is Marigaby, she is 36
years old. She has gastroparesia until 33 and we do not know why. Marigaby is on prepulcid.
Our question are:
how long this problem will exist ?
Are there a real solution?
Which is the future?