Gastroparesis Awareness Month: Patients ‘Living with GP’ can help promote diagnosis, care

August is Gastroparesis Awareness Month, and this year’s theme, “Living with GP,” acknowledges the challenges patients with gastroparesis face and how their stories can help advance diagnosis, treatment and care.Previously, and more commonly, referred to as delayed gastric emptying, gastroparesis (GP) is a chronic digestive condition with symptoms that vary in severity, the most common of which include nausea and vomiting, stomach pain and discomfort, dry heaving, stomach fullness after a normal-sized meal, and satiety with inability to finish a meal. Patients also mayRead More

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