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Posted by Joy Collins on September 10, 2000 at 17:42:25:

In Reply to: Re: sever gastroparesis [non-diebetic] posted by Renea on April 08, 2000 at 18:20:20:

My ten year old has gastroparesis also. What a nightmare. I know exactly what you are going through. My daughter is on hospital homebound also. I had to home school her for six months last year. My daughter has severe nausea all day long. It is worse in the morning and at night. She had her gallbladder removed last year and I think the gastroparesis is connected to that. We had her on Reglan, Propulsid, and Prevacid at one time and this worked for her. It took about a month for all three medications together to work. However, they have taken Propusid off the market and Reglan is seems to be causing liver damage. She is on Erythromycin right now. However, I can see no improvement. I have started her back on the Reglan with the Ery. I pray this works. Please email me concerning your daughter.
Thanks Joy


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