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Cramps right after eating? Dunbar syndrome could be the cause


Do you often suffer from nausea, vomiting or severe abdominal pain after eating? Then this syndrome could be to blame.

Do you often suffer from nausea, vomiting or severe abdominal pain after eating?

Then this syndrome could be to blame.

Abdominal cramps *, nausea and vomiting can have many causes: from food poisoning to pregnancy to chronic

gastrointestinal diseases


Therefore, it is important to closely monitor your symptoms and discuss them with a doctor.

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What is Dunbar Syndrome?

Symptoms and cause


Dunbar syndrome

, also median arcuate ligament syndrome refers to a chronic

intestinal blood circulation disorder


Those affected usually suffer from symptoms such as

cramps and pain in the upper abdomen





immediately after eating


As a result of the unpleasant symptoms, those affected can inadvertently lose weight, and if they persist for a long time they can also lead to anorexia.

In addition, vessels and nerves can be permanently damaged.

The syndrome arises from the entrapment of the celiac trunk: this is the common starting section of three arteries from the 

abdominal aorta


These arteries are important for supplying the abdominal organs with oxygen.


solar plexus

, a network of nerve fibers that is nearby, can also be narrowed in some cases.

The abdominal organs are then supplied with too little oxygen.

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Dunbar Syndrome: Your Treatment Options


symptoms of Dunbar syndrome

can indicate various other conditions, making the diagnosis difficult to make.

The Dunbar syndrome can be diagnosed by a


through a

vascular examination

via ultrasound, MRI or CT.

First, however, other possible diseases must be ruled out, such as gastritis, food intolerance or colon diseases.

Experienced vascular specialists can make the correct diagnosis.

For treatment, the cause of the narrowing of the arteries should be removed.

This is done by means of an operation if the sufferer is very suffering: The constricting connective tissue cord is surgically split or muscle cords of the diaphragm are removed to create more space.

In most cases, there are




after this operation


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Source: merkur

All life articles on 2020-10-26

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