Can I Get Social Security Disability for Dumping Syndrome
Can I get Social Security Disability for dumping syndrome? If this is a question you are asking, it is probably because you have this syndrome, and it and/or complications that have resulted from the ailment or other conditions that you have in addition to it have caused you to be disabled, unable to work and in need of financial assistance.
Your stomach is a muscular organ that is located on the left side of your upper abdomen. It is located between your esophagus and your intestines and lies diagonally underneath your diaphragm in your abdominal cavity.
Your stomach is an important organ that plays a vital role in the digestion of the food you eat. Food comes into your stomach from your esophagus by means of a muscular valve known as the esophageal sphincter. Your stomach then mixes the food, breaks it down and passes it in small portions into your duodenum, which is the first part of your small intestine.
Dumping syndrome is a disorder that is marked by ingested food moving too fast from your stomach to your small intestine. When this occurs, too much excessive fluid is brought into your small intestine by the partially digested food.
Dumping syndrome most often results from changes that take place in your stomach as a result of some kind of stomach surgery. The most common cause of dumping syndrome at the present time is gastric bypass surgery for weight loss. However, the syndrome can result from removal of your esophagus (esophagectomy) or any stomach surgery.
The signs and symptoms of dumping syndrome usually depend on when they occur. If they occur as you are eating or right afterward, you may have:Belching, bloatingFlushing (reddening of the skin) or sweatingRapid heart rate, palpitationsDiarrheaNauseaFeelings of hungerAbdominal crampsFatigue or weaknessAbdominal painFatigueLightheadedness, dizziness, shakiness, fainting or passing out.
If your signs and symptoms begin from one to three hours after you are through eating, they may include:Feelings of hungerDizziness, lightheadedness, shakiness, fainting or passing outLoss of concentration or mental confusionRapid heart rate, palpitationsSweating or flushingWeakness, fatigueHypoglycemia (low blood sugar)DiarrheaFeelings of nervousness, anxiety.
It is possible to experience both early and late signs and symptoms of dumping syndrome. Sugar, especially table sugar (sucrose) or fruit sugar (fructose), may make your signs and symptoms more severe.
Again you may be suffering from dumping syndrome. This disorder and/or complications resulting from it or other conditions that you have in addition to it may have caused you to be disabled, unable to work and in need of financial assistance.
Did you apply for financial assistance from the Social Security Administration by applying for Social Security Disability? Were you denied?
If you have decided to reapply or appeal your denial, consider this important fact. Claimants who are represented by a disability attorney like the one at disabilitycasereview.com, are approved more often than claimants who are not represented by a disability attorney.
The smart thing to do is to contact the disability attorney at disabilitycasereview.com, and have your case evaluated at no cost or obligation to you.
Article written by James Shugart
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