QUOTE(Mariya Blas @ Jun 18 2009, 04:43 PM)
So, last week at my endo appointment I mentioned my BG drops after a meal and we could see it on the CGMS reports. So, she tested me for Celiac disease, and I don't have it. She wanted me to get tested for gastroparesis. So, they had me eat scrambled eggs and scanned my stomach every 15 minutes for a couple of hours. It took my stomach 110 minutes to empty in half. The radiologist did not know what it meant, just that the normal is 90 minutes. Anyone know if that means I have ggastroparesis?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gastroparesis
from wiki: http://wiki.medpedia.com/Gastroparesis
[Excerpt] This test involves eating a bland meal, such as eggs or egg substitute, that contains a small amount of a radioactive substance, called radioisotope, that shows up on scans. The dose of radiation from the radioisotope is not dangerous. The scan measures the rate of gastric emptying at 1, 2, 3, and 4 hours. When more than 10 percent of the meal is still in the stomach at 4 hours, the diagnosis of gastroparesis is confirmed.
Personally I think you need more information than what the eggs test showed. (Unless you left out a lot of detailed results of that test)