Gastric Stasis Linked To Migraine

Teri Robert @trobert Health Guide
  • Nausea is often a symptom of a Migraine attack. Some have theorized over the years that the nausea might be caused by gastric stasis, delayed emptying of the stomach. There have also been questions about how gastric stasis might affect treating Migraine attacks because it can slow the disintegration and absorption of medications in the stomach.


    The results of studies have shed some light on gastric stasis as it relates to Migraine disease.


    One important implication of this study is that gastric stasis may well impact how woll oral medications, including abortive medications, work for us...

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Published On: August 18, 2008