Dumping Syndrome, measureIt can be defined as a symptom characterized by rapid emptying of the stomach, which may occur after operations or gastric bypass surgery, in which some or all of the patients are removed.
Dumping syndrome, which can cause complaints such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, palpitations and cramps, usually 10 to 30 minutes after eating, occurs as a result of the uncontrolled discharge of the food in the stomach into the small intestine due to the cancellation of the muscles at the exit of the stomach. This condition develops suddenly and very rapidly and often occurs after consuming foods containing sugar.
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF DUMPING SYNDROME?
Dumping syndrome is defined as diarrhea that occurs after stomach reduction surgery and after consuming carbohydrate-focused foods, accompanied by abdominal pain and abdominal pain. Symptoms of dumping syndrome are examined in two groups as early and late dumping syndrome symptoms.
Symptoms of early dumping syndrome are diarrhea and abdominal pain in the first 30 minutes after intake of carbohydrate-containing foods. If abdominal pain and diarrhea develop in 3 hours or later rather than in the first 30 minutes, it is considered to be a symptom of late dumping syndrome.
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF EARLY DUMPING SYNDROME?
If it occurs in the first 30 minutes after consumption of carbohydrate-containing foods, it is called early period syndrome.
-Even if the portion of the food consumed is very small, the feeling of fullness emerges immediately
– Facial flushing situations
– Increases in heart rate, a feeling of heart palpitations
– Strength, weakness, weakness
Pain in the stomach
-General or regional sweating
– Vomiting, vomiting, feelings of nausea in the stomach
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF LATE DUMPING SYNDROME?
Symptoms experienced 3 hours after or after intake of foods containing carbohydrates are as follows;
The emergence of a feeling of hunger
– Consciousness fluctuations, changes
-There are turbidity situations experienced here
– Shaking, weakness
HOW IS DUMPING SYNDROME TREATED?
The treatment process can vary from person to person. While most patients can be treated with dietary changes, some patients can be treated with surgery or medication due to the severe course of dumping syndrome. Things that can be done to prevent dumping syndrome are as follows:
– The consumption of foods and beverages containing sugar should be avoided.
The fact that sugar is found in alcohol and dairy products should not be denied, and should be fed accordingly.
– Instead of simple carbohydrates, complex carbohydrates containing fiber should be included in the diet.
Small portions should be consumed in meals.
-Foods should be chewed thoroughly, then swallowed.
-Eating should not be continued after feeling the toughness.
Solid foods and liquids should not be consumed simultaneously.
Fluid intake should take place half an hour before or after meals.
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