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Related terms: Blind loop syndrome, Stagnant loop syndrome, Stasis syndrome

We found 8 questions associated with the 'Malabsorption Syndrome' topic.

Is there a support group for survivors of gastric bypass surgery?

Posted 22 Jul 2016 by Potta 1 answer

Is there a support group for survivors of gastric bypass surgery pain and malabsorption?

Colesevelam - Did anyone get like a bit feeling when taking these?

Posted 8 Feb 2016 by Fanta550 0 answers

I wAs diagnosed with bile acid malabsorption. And they gave me colesevelam. I didn't have any side effects but now, I can be sat there feeling fine and then all of a sudden I feel hot and sick. I was just wondering if anyone else has had anything similar or its just a bug? Because I'm ...

Age-30, Male. How to gain weight ? I have lean body, pale face since age of 15 year... ?

Posted 9 Aug 2014 by sanjaychitrakar 2 answers

I m getting older before time, (redish eye, baldness, weakness, improper digestion etc) help ?

I had a "whipple" surgery in 1995 and was told that I could POSSIBLY become diabetic "ONE DAY".?

Posted 29 Apr 2012 by curious c 2 answers

... Well, that was an understatement!!! By 1996 I had become a brittle diabetic and apparantly developped malabsorption syndrome. Now, I have osteoporosis and look 20 years older than I am. Any advice as to what I can take {besides pancreatic enzymes] to get healthier? I am severly malnourished and ...

Pradaxa - What are the baseline blood tests that should be done to check efficacy?

Posted 2 Jun 2011 by Dadslildago 1 answer

How do we know that this med is effective or not? I am aware that I have a malabsorption problem secondary to a gastric bypass almost 20 years ago, and my warfarin INRs were wildly labile. I also would bruise very easily on warfarin. Have been on Pradaxa a little over a month and have noticed no ...

I am 63, was diagnosed with pernicious anemia 22 years ago, and now, this year, an exam shows that?

Posted 8 Oct 2010 by donnasantaclara 1 answer

... my stomach lining cells are completely atrophied. I have no hydrochloric acid, which means flora bacteria overgrows, which causes malabsorption and diarrhea, and it appears I may have lost the ability to have normal formed stools because all I have had now for the last at least 6 months is ...

Is there a doctor who is interested in research. I have over 7 diseases, could there be a link?

Posted 20 Apr 2010 by steadlori 1 answer

So many medicines for so many problems. Had over 4 surgeries already and need another. I am only 47. I would love to find someone who does reseach on patients with autoimmune diseases and other problems as well.

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