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    Symptoms of Gastroparesis

    Does anyone else get severe gastro symptoms that mirror (probably is) gastroparesis?

    -abdominal bloating
    -horrible gas
    -low appetite and weight loss
    -shitty blood sugar
    -constant thirst
    -weakness
    -shortness of breath
    -nausea, heartburn, etc

    My worst symptoms at the beginning and now it's back after 2+ years.

    Other than breath work and smaller meals does anyone have experience or recommendations? This is crippling
    As long as there is life there is hope

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    Donít know about gastroparesis but definitely have gut issues. Lots of bloat and gas - mainly at night after dinner and while trying to sleep as I think this is when the dayís food gets further into my bowel. What is worst for me is that this triggers insomnia for me. Waking around 3 and unable to fall asleep for hours at its worst.

    Following paleo and eating only food prepared at home helps. As soon as I have outside food, I seem to have issues. I could also be intolerant to some common cooking oil or something...

    Gut and sleep are my two worst symptoms at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DefRecover View Post
    Don’t know about gastroparesis but definitely have gut issues. Lots of bloat and gas - mainly at night after dinner and while trying to sleep as I think this is when the day’s food gets further into my bowel. What is worst for me is that this triggers insomnia for me. Waking around 3 and unable to fall asleep for hours at its worst.

    Following paleo and eating only food prepared at home helps. As soon as I have outside food, I seem to have issues. I could also be intolerant to some common cooking oil or something...

    Gut and sleep are my two worst symptoms at the moment.
    Whatever it is, it's flaring up and it's fkn brutal. My sleep is fine, I'm too exhausted to do much else.

    I put a bunch of minced ginger with cayenne and honey in warm water before my last meal and the bloating/gas is tolerable tonight... fingers crossed.

    Starting the digestive enzymes with ox bile again too
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    Any updates basementdweller

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    Since a few days i got the same, its bad for sure.

    But i know what caused it for me. Way to much corn! I ate it the last couple weeks everyday and a lot of it! Symptoms came back rather fast but i ignored it thinking its something else.

    My digestive system is not there yet to mess with grains in such amount.
    Maybe its the same for you, was there something that you ate recently that gave you the first digestive symptoms that lead to this?

    I thought about using gelatine/collagen powder again, its very usefull to help the gut lining, also creatine does this.
    For stomach/bile flow taurine is great.

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    hey, ya the digestive stuff is clearing up thank God. The weakness is slowly improving, managed to do a few sets of light squats today.

    @ Sams, I don't know that anything specific triggered it, like most symptoms it seems to just flare up. I can say that raw juice made it much worse. Too much fat may be an issue too. I've never had any problems with grains but stay away from gluten as per
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    I think everyone with PFS experiences gut symptoms. The gut and hormones are so closely linked.

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