What is Dumping syndrome, what are the symptoms?
What is dumping syndrome, known as metabolic complication, which can occur in people with stomach and bypass surgery, what are the symptoms?
Dumping syndrome can be defined as a symptom that can occur after operations or gastric bypass in which part or all of the stomach is removed and is characterized by very rapid emptying of the stomach.
Dumping syndrome, which can usually cause complaints such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, palpitations and cramps 10 to 30 minutes after eating, occurs as a result of uncontrolled emptying of nutrients 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 quickly and mostly occurs after consumption of foods containing sugar.
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF DUMPING SYNDROME?
Dumping syndrome is characterized as abdominal pain and diarrhea that accompanies abdominal pain, which occurs after stomach reduction operations and occurs after consuming carbohydrate-oriented nutrients. Symptoms of Dumping syndrome are examined in two groups as early and late dumping syndrome symptoms.
Early symptoms of dumping syndrome are diarrhea and abdominal pain in the first 30 minutes after intake of carbohydrate-containing nutrients. If abdominal pain and diarrhea develop not for the first 30 minutes, but for 3 hours or after, it is considered a sign of late dumping syndrome.
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF EARLY DUMPING SYNDROME?
If it occurs in the first 30-minute period of time after consuming carbohydrate-containing foods, it is called early stage syndrome.
– Even if the portion of the food consumed is very small, there is an immediate feeling of satiety
– Flushing conditions experienced on the percentage
– Increases in heart rate, a kind of feeling of heart palpitations
– Weakness, weakness, weakness
– Stomach pains, pains
– General or regional sweating
– Vomiting, vomiting, nausea sensations in the stomach
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF LATE DUMPING SYNDROME?
Symptoms experienced 3 hours after or after intake of carbohydrate-containing foods are as follows;
– The appearance of a feeling of hunger
– Fluctuations in consciousness, changes
– Blurring States experienced in consciousness
– Tremor, weakness
HOW IS DUMPING SYNDROME TREATED?
The treatment process can vary from person to person. In most patients, treatment can be performed with dietary changes, while in some patients, surgery or drug therapy may be performed due to the severe occurrence of Dumping syndrome. What can be done to prevent Dumping syndrome is as follows,
– Foods and beverages containing sugar should be avoided.
– The fact that sugar is found in alcohol and dairy products should not be denied, it should be fed accordingly.
– Complex carbohydrates containing fiber should be included in the diet instead of simple carbohydrates.
– Small portions should be consumed during meals.
– Foods should be thoroughly chewed, then swallowed.
– Do not continue to eat after feeling satiety.
– Solid foods and liquids should not be consumed simultaneously.
– Fluid intake should be performed half an hour before or after meals.