19 Jan 2012
Absolutely without a doubt, unequivocally YES!!! If the food is not passing through your stomach at normal speed, and it is digesting while not moving through the normal channels at the right speed, it will start digesting there in your stomach, which causes the food to fill with gas, extend your stomach, and can cause extreme abdominal pain.
There is someone in the group (sorry I can't remember her name), but if you look up the members of the group gastroparesis, she is the one who actually is the first person ever to get a gastric pacemaker. She has a lot more information that I can give you, but please try and find her by reading bios.
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