Gastroparesis - Nerve Damage

How Vagus Nerve Tone Reduces Pain & Inflammation

Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Interesting article by John Douillard. Removing the gallbladder by default cuts the Vagus nerve, It sis long suspected many post problems are a result of inflicted nerve damage from laproscopic cholecystectomy causing disability by disability. Vagus nerve stimulation therapy has been recommended by alternative theory providers for may years, which DR’s are not […]

Vagus Nerve Connection – Forum feedback

Newbie Total Posts:  18 Joined  2012-03-07 Hi everyone, I have been doing some research (pardon me, Diana, if you’ve already mentioned this) on the vagus nerve. One of the members here mentioned gallbladder issues. This motivated me to look more into our digestive issues and their relation to vagus nerve function (or lack thereof). Did […]

Vagus Nerve and Neurogenic Inflammation: Their Role in GERD

The autonomic nervous system (ANS or visceral nervous system) is part of the peripheral nervous system that acts as a control system functioning largely below the level of consciousness while it controls visceral (the “inner parts” of the body) functions. The ANS affects heart rate, digestion, respiration rate, salivation, perspiration, diameter of the pupils, urination […]

One Theory To Explain Them All? The Vagus Nerve Infection Hypothesis for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Big Theory It could explain the Chronic Fatigue Initiatives pathogen study results.  It could show how an infection could cause chronic fatigue syndrome, and then seemingly disappear.  It integrates two of the biggest players in ME/CFS; the autonomic nervous system and the immune system. It focuses on the herpesviruses. It includes sensory nerves, an increasingly hot […]

Gastroparesis

Overview Gastroparesis literally translated means “stomach paralysis”. Gastroparesis is a digestive disorder in which the motility of the stomach is either abnormal or absent. In healthy people, when the stomach is functioning normally, contractions of the stomach help to crush ingested food and then propel the pulverized food into the small intestine where further digestion […]

PCS Dumping Syndrome – Vagus Nerve Damage

Dumping syndrome occurs when food passes too rapidly (dumps) from the stomach into the upper intestine (duodenum).Symptoms of dumping syndrome that occur within 30 minutes of eating are called “early dumping.” A meal, rich in carbohydrates, that is dumped too rapidly from the stomach can cause swelling in the upper intestine. At the same time, […]

Using the Gallbladder Divergent Channel to Calm an Irritated Vagus Nerve

Katy visited our center with a seemingly disparate collection of symptoms that were causing her distress. She described a pattern that was episodic in nature and involved abdominal bloating, belching, acid reflux, loose stools, shallow breathing, and palpitations. A cardiologist had ruled out serious heart disease and she’d been offered beta-blockers for what had been […]

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in Gastroparesis

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in gastroparesis. George NS1, Sankineni A, Parkman HP. Author information Abstract OBJECTIVE: To determine symptoms of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) in gastroparesis patients. METHODS: Patients undergoing LBT (lactulose breath test) for evaluation of SIBO were included. LBT was considered positive on the basis of three conventional criteria: (1) hydrogen level increase >20 […]

Intercostal – vagus nerve damage during laprascopic gallbladder surgery?

By bev50 | Jun 08, 2010 Source : http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Neurology I had my gallbladder removed almost 9 wks ago.  I have a condition that I found on the web “Pain Clinic” that matches my symtoms (symptoms) exactly–the 5th, 6th or 7th intercostal nerves which radiate from the back around the chest wall to the front.  It has gotten worse.  Numbness, skin that feels like a […]