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complications of surgey

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 24, 2007
  • 03:19 PM

I recently had surgery to repair a hienal hernia. After surgery I began having trouble eating, keeping food down, and sever diarea. It has been three months since my surgey and I'm not any better. I have been diagnosed with gastroparesis. I need to know if this could have been caused from this surgery, damage to my vagus nerve,since I don not have diabetes. Please give me an answer.

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