Heartburn is horrible burn and it never ever stops
I am a 52 year old female. Recently dx with gastroparesis and am taking bentyl and domperidone with no relief. n I always feel bloated and the heartburn is constant. I now have pale yellow stools and am concerned that there is a connection to the previous dx.....do you have any suggestions as to what to do next. I am a nurse and appreciate any thought on the subject. the quality of my life i horrible right now.....constant heartburn no relief....help please
Welcome to the gastroenterology community! Heartburn and reflux are very common with gastroparesis. This can often be helped by dietary changes. I would recommend eating many small meals throughout the day, eating a low-fiber low-fat diet, and avoid spicy or acidic foods.
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