Overview Gastroparesis\u00a0is a situation wherein the abdomen\u00a0can\u2019t clear out itself of food in a usual trend. It happens due to the injury to the\u00a0vagus nerve\u00a0which controls the\u00a0digestive procedure (01). A scratched\u00a0vagus nerve\u00a0stops the muscles in the intestine and abdomen from working. It precludes food from running through the\u00a0digestive practice\u00a0appropriately. The causes of gastroparesis contain:- \tViral\u00a0diseases \tMedicines viz. some antidepressants and narcotics \tScleroderma (a connective tissue ailment that disturbs the blood vessels, internal organs, skeletal muscles, and skin) and Amyloidosis (deposits of protein fibers in organs and tissues). \tGastric surgery\u00a0with damage to the vagus nerve \t\u00a0Unrestrained hypertension\/ diabetes Symptoms of Gastroparesis:- There are numerous indications of gastroparesis, comprises of: \tNausea \tFeeling full quickly when eating (early satiety) \tPoor appetite and weight loss \tVomiting undigested food \tGERD or heartburn \tAbdominal bloating (enlargement) \tPoor blood sugar control Diagnosis of Gastroparesis:- In order to detect\u00a0gastroparesis, the doctor will re-examine the indications and health check history. The doctor will prescribe a physical examination and may advise positive blood tests together with blood sugar stages. There are some other tests to detect and assess gastroparesis\u00a0which contain the following: \tRadioisotope gastric-emptying scan: After taking food which includes a radioisotope (radioactive stuff) one should lie down below a scanning machine. In case the scan confirms that more than half of the food is yet in the stomach after two hours, one is identified with\u00a0gastroparesis. \tBarium beefsteak meal:\u00a0One should have a meal with barium in it and the doctor will watch the abdomen on\u00a0X-ray\u00a0as it absorbs the meal. The speed of absorption will inform the doctor how speedily the stomach is vacating. \tBarium X-ray:-\u00a0One should drink water (barium), which covers the abdomen, small intestine, and esophagus,\u00a0and come to light on X-ray. This examination is also identified as a barium swallows or upper\u00a0GI\u00a0(gastrointestinal) series.