Gastroparesis Resources

Jan 18, 2017 by

There are plenty of websites online that provide some information on gastroparesis.  Some of these sites are government or hospital sites that give you some of the nitty gritty on what the condition is and how it is diagnosed and treated.

I have already given you my take on each of those topics.  You get to choose who was more helpful for you, but hopefully one of us did the trick!

 

[This is a constantly evolving list – I am always interested in adding more valuable resources here, so if you know of any, feel free to send them my way!]

 

If you’re looking for more information on how to manage your condition:

 

 

There are other types of resources available online that serve a different purpose than anything I’ve mentioned in this series on gastroparesis.  Some of these are personal blogs that provide a place to read about someone else’s experience.  Some of these are non-profit organizations that are leading the charge to raise research dollars and encourage people to enroll in research studies.

Each is a valuable source of support and meaning for someone that is dealing with a chronic GI condition, particularly one as overwhelming and all-encompassing as gastroparesis can be.

 

Personal Stories:

https://mygastroparesisjourney.blogspot.com/

http://www.emilysstomach.com/

http://www.healthstorycollaborative.org/gastroparesis.html

http://www.livingwithgastroparesis.com

Non-profit Organizations and Research Promotion:

http://www.gpdfoundation.com

http://www.iffgd.org/upper-gi-disorders/gastroparesis.html

http://www.agmd-gimotility.org/

 

 

And of course there is always the classic option – books!

 

For understanding the condition and all of its non-diet aspects:

Gastroparesis: A Roadmap for Your Journey – Chelsey McIntyre

 

 

Interested in more information on Gastroparesis?

Next: The First Steps to Managing Your Gastroparesis

Or refer back to the Gastroparesis Info Hub.

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