MAGUSG: Does the Menstrual Phase Affect Gastric Emptying? Prospective, Observational Study
This prospective observational study aimed to evaluate the relationship between menstrual phase cycles and gastric emptying in female volunteers of reproductive age.
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Volunteers included in the study will be evaluated for gastric emptying with USG in both phases of the menstrual phase. In each phase, volunteers will be evaluated for gastric emptying of both liquid food intake and a light meal. At first, 400 ml of water will be drunk after 10 hours of fasting, and gastric content will be evaluated with USG after 2 hours.
Secondly, after 10 hours of fasting, solid food intake will be evaluated. Then, after taking a light meal (toast and 200 ml tea), the volunteers will be evaluated by USG at the 6th hour.
Primary Outcome Measures
- The difference in gastric volume between the two menstrual phases [1 month]
gastric emptying with USG will be evaluated in both phases of the menstrual phase
- Female volunteers of reproductive age have had a regular menstrual cycle for at least six months
Using anticholinergics, opioids, and oral contraceptive drugs
Contacts and Locations
Sponsors and Collaborators
- Konya Meram State Hospital
Study Documents (Full-Text)None provided.
- Menstrual Phase Gastric USG