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We have a young family member that has been 'diagnosed' with gastroparesis. His situation began with severe abdominal pain and nausea. The gall bladder was removed, yet the testing on the organ post removal was negative (healthy). It has been over two weeks since his surgery, and he has chronic-severe nausea such that he cannot eat solid foods or participate in physical activity without experiencing the nausea. He has been put on a feeding tube to bi-pass the stomach to allow it to 'reset' itself, in hopes the nausea is relieved.

Has anyone had something similar and can provide advise on solving his nausea?

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Bananas are very helpful
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