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Dallas Emergency Care for Gastroparesis

Severe Stomach Issues Should Get Urgent Medical Attention

Gastroparesis is a health complication that causes the muscles in the stomach to act unusually or weakly, resulting in a slowed or immobilized digestive tract. This condition can be caused by diabetes, post-surgery issues, reactions to medication, high blood pressure, and other causes that are not fully understood yet. Although gastroparesis can be mild, it has the potential to cause severe injury or life-threatening complications, so you should always seek urgent treatment when needed.

Advance ER has two emergency medical centers in Dallas, each equipped to help patients showing signs of unsafe gastroparesis complications. Our clinics are open 24/7/365 and feature no wait times.

Symptoms of gastroparesis can include:

  • Vomiting
  • Vomiting undigested food
  • Nausea or disinterest in food
  • Blood sugar imbalances
  • Abdominal bloating or pain
  • Frequent or strong acid reflux
  • Feeling full right away when eating
  • Gradual but noticeable weight loss
  • Malnutrition
  • Other difficulties with digestion

If you or a loved one are experiencing concerning digestion issues, then please call (214) 494-8222 to see how we can help right away.

When is Gastroparesis Severe?

Gastroparesis can be severe if it causes frequent or violent vomiting, which may cause many other issues like dehydration and esophageal damage. Another sign of severe gastroparesis is blood sugar issues that cause dizziness, lightheadedness, unconsciousness, or a sudden drop in pulse. Lastly, severe gastroparesis can cause sharp or persistent abdominal pain. While we recommend seeing a medical professional for any gastroparesis symptoms, emergency medical care is more likely to be needed if any of these severe complications are present.

Complications Caused by Gastroparesis

If untreated, gastroparesis can cause serious and lingering complications, such as:

  • Dehydration
  • Malnutrition
  • Inability to digest new food
  • Blood sugar spikes or lows
  • Fatigue
  • Chronic abdominal pain

It is important to seek emergency medical attention before gastroparesis can cause any of these complications, which can become long-lasting.

How Emergency Medical Care Helps Gastroparesis Symptoms

Come to Advance ER right away if you are experiencing symptoms that could indicate gastroparesis complications. With no wait times, we can quickly evaluate your symptoms and diagnose the issue.

If it is gastroparesis, we can use several urgent treatment methods, including:

  • Muscular stimulation: We can administer emergency medication that stimulates stomach muscles and starts the digestion process.
  • Vomiting prevention: Frequent vomiting can be one of the most common and dangerous symptoms of moderate to severe gastroparesis. Our emergency care team can administer different drugs to reduce the risk of further vomiting.
  • Rehydration: IV rehydration and monitoring may be necessary for patients who have vomited or are unable to keep water down.

What are the After-Treatments for Gastroparesis?

When you are stabilized by our emergency medical care professionals at Advance ER and the worst symptoms of gastroparesis are controlled, we can talk with your primary care provider or medical team about additional treatments. You may be transferred to a hospital for further care and monitoring. You can also expect that your doctor will recommend you make dietary changes as part of your aftercare. However, such a conversation about aftercare and diet changes is best to have with your doctor.

Don’t Delay – Contact or Come to Advance ER Now

If you feel like something is wrong and you are experiencing digestion issues, then it could be gastroparesis. Don’t delay in seeking treatment because symptoms could worsen into serious health complications. Get emergency medical care from Advance ER in Dallas now. We keep our clinics open 24/7, even on major holidays, and offer no wait times for patients who need help right away.

Call (214) 494-8222 if you want more information.