Has anyone else had a problem with a doctor refusing to diagnose "gastroparesis" when you have all the classic symptoms of diabetes-related gastroparesis? I had a gastric emptying test which came back negative (d/t it being a "good" day for me and because the amout of food they had me eat was insignificant it didn't cause symptoms). My new, young doctors say that what I have is not gastroparesis at all, but something else. I've had every other test in the book, and all they say I have is "chronic inflammation of the esophogus and stomach lining." In the meantime, the gas/bloating/nausea/upset stomach symptoms are killing me (although I can often keep the symptoms at bay with careful diet and lots of water and exercise). My doctors say that few people truly have gastroparesis, although that term is thrown around a lot. Any suggestions?
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