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Catching up with ... Megan, Dayne and Lindsey

6:20 PM, Feb. 9, 2014
Megan Overfelt, 16, Dayne Fellowes, 14, and Lindsey Koplein, 16, all suffer from gastroparesis.
Megan Overfelt, 16, Dayne Fellowes, 14, and Lindsey Koplein, 16, all suffer from gastroparesis.
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Editors note: Catching Up With ... is a monthly series updating readers on people featured in previous Daily Tribune Media stories.

Just about a year ago, three local teenagers shared their stories about their battle with a condition called gastroparesis.

Symptoms of gastroparesis include vomiting, nausea, a full feeling after just a few bites, heartburn, changes in blood sugar levels, lack of appetite, weight loss and abdominal bloating, according to the Mayo Clinic website. ...

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