Your symptoms aren't gastroparesis, to me, not a doc.
I wouldn't use the word falsly, but maybe there was an error. The symptoms you had though, do sound like reflux, again, not a doctor. Maybe the dose wasn't enough or maybe you aren't taking it right.
So what did the second doc diagnose and prescribe?
Coughing bile - did the doc order a test gallbladder test?
Hello Alicie, thank you for your reply
I was officially diagnosed with weakly acid reflux and a little bile. My doctor told me that PPI's are not for my case and I shouldn't have any symptoms. I don't know if there is any effective treatment for weakly acid reflux. My reflux flae up started after a course of antibiotics and since then I am not completely back to normal
I have checked my gallbladder. I started coughing bile after taking pantoprazole last June, thanks God I don't cough bile now. It was a wrong medicine for me according to my second doctor. I have found a survey that PPI's may cause bile reflux, cough, dyspnea, chest pain, sinus problems all of these symptoms were side effects in my case.
Do you know if gastroparesis has any correlation with how often does a person goes to the toilet?