Hi, my name is Vivian, and I my best friend Astrid was diagnosed with Gastroparesis some time back after many misdiagnosis. She was vomiting so much, she was taken to the hospital "Celebration" in Florida, and after many tests and studies, the doctors told her they had finally discovered what was causing her Gastroparesis. It seems she was born without one of the celiac arteries that goes from her stomach to the heart, and the other artery was blocked, causing for no blood to go from her stomach to her heart, therefore, created the paralisis of her stomach. Doctors told her she would undergo surgery, but the next day was advised they would not operate. I'm desperate to know if their is any doctor out there willing to take the challenge, since this is the first case ever seen where a person is diagnosed with Gastroparesis caused by Celiac Artery Compresion Syndrome due to not having the artery itself, and not because of diabetes or any other health problems.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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