Gastroparesis And Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes and gastroparesis symptoms. gastroparesis symptoms may be minor or severe, depending on the damage to the vagus nerve, a long cranial… risk factors. women with diabetes have a high risk for developing gastroparesis. other conditions can compound your risk… causes. people who have. Advertisement. although the term gastroparesis may be new to some, the symptoms of this ailment, in which the stomach’s ability to move food into the small intestine is impaired, can be all too familiar, as up to 50 percent of people with diabetes will develop gastroparesis. the slow stomach emptying characteristic of this condition can cause nausea, vomiting, a feeling of fullness after eating a small amount of food, bloating, discomfort in the upper abdomen, and a lack of appetite.. Continue reading “Gastroparesis And Diabetes”