Normally, the stomach normally empties in 1½ to 2 hours after eating a meal.
When you have gastroparesis, your stomach takes a lot longer to empty. The delay results in disrupted digestion and some uncomfortable symptoms. In most cases the cause of gastroparesis is unknown. We lay out the essential information about gastroparesis in this infographic.
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