Gastroparesis - Slow Digestion, Nausea, Fullness (Diabetic & Non-Diabetic) - Clinical Trials

What is Gastroparesis?

Gastroparesis, also called delayed gastric emptying, is a disorder that slows or stops the movement of food from your stomach to your small intestine, even though there is no blockage in the stomach or intestines.

The symptoms of gastroparesis may include:

  • Feeling full shortly after starting a meal

  • Feeling full long after eating a meal

  • Nausea

  • Vomiting

  • Diabetes is the most common known cause of gastroparesis.

Doctors diagnose gastroparesis based on your medical history, a physical exam, symptoms, and medical tests, such as tests to measure stomach emptying. Your doctor may use medical tests to look for gastroparesis complications.

How doctors treat gastroparesis depends on the cause, how bad your symptoms and complications are, and how well you respond to different treatments. If diabetes is causing your gastroparesis, your doctor will help you control your blood glucose levels.

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Do you suffer from Gastroparesis? Then you may be eligible to participate in this Gastroparesis clinical trial in San Diego. How to qualify for this Gastroparesis clinical trial? Each clinical study has its own set of criteria. If you satisfy these criteria, you might qualify for this study. Here is a partial list of the criteria:

  • Are you between the ages of 18 and 75?

  • Have you had no vomiting episodes recorded in the Diabetic Gastroparesis Symptom Severity Diary (DGSSD) and had an average daily Diabetic Gastroparesis Symptom Severity Score (DGSSS) ≥ 12 at the end of the lead-in study Run-in Period (period before the clinical trial)?

  • Or have you had vomiting episodes recorded in the DGSSD but had an average daily DGSSS of ≥ 12 and < 16 at the end of the lead-in study Run-in Period?

Other criteria may apply*

If you satisfy these criteria,
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