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Advice of Gastroparesis
Chiari decompression surgery
Sticking to a low fiber, low fat, liguid diet helps me a lot.
by Annette Sirmans
Faith - maintaining a healthy spiritual life has given me something to live for and hope in my darkest times.
by Sheryl Donnell
Meeting others who understand
by Marisa Wilkins
getting a diagnosis
Mitochondrial disease cocktail & other supplements.
by Sandra Fararre
by Kathy Atkins
Taking ownership and responsibility for the outcome of my life.
Changing to an organic, gluten free diet
by Armanda Engler
Domperidone & Iberogast
I.V. fluids and meds
Picc line/home hydration
by Jennifer F
Zofran (and other 5HT3-receptor antagonists)
Taking things slow has helped me feel better.
by Tiffany LeClaire
Mostly liquid, pureed or minced foods. Especially bone broth.
Having a baby that needs me allows me to keep fighting for my health.
avoiding most solid food and making vitamix smoothies
by Bryn Prough
Getting GJ feeding tube a year and a half ago
by Rachael Knie
G-Pact Support Group on Facebook
by Terra Flowers
Eating a balanced diet
by Alex Johnson
by Christina Leonard
Having true friends around to listen
by Tina Foster
by Laura Day
Bentyl 3 times a day
by Caitlin Pryce
by Theresa Shively
Keeping a very detailed journal let me find what I can and can't eat and drink. it takes time but can make a difference!
Dexalant and sleep
Mosapride Citrate (Gasmotin from Japan) helps with the nausea and vomiting. It was not available in the U.S. so I got an online company to carry it for me. Never give up trying even if you have to look for worldwide solutions.
by Rebecca Reckers
finding the right balance of medications
Eating small amounts and avoiding fiber.
Juicing green veggies with fruit
by Lois Clark-Johnston
by Kerrie Cherry
Finding a medical team that is very supportive
by Suzy rothery
by Jennifer Dunegan
Mosapride helps me go from a clear liquid diet to a soft semi liquid diet
G tube for decompressing my abdomen
by Kaitlin Quinn
Botox is the only effective thing that works for me at this time
by Rebecca Pearson