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When u eat food on the puréed stage does it hurt?

Tiffany0818

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So I'm curious to know since the puréed stage is coming on the 4th of July, when we eat food like tuna, chili or scrambled eggs, does it hurt when the food goes down?? Anyone who has been through this please help!



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Chew, chew, chew and go slow! It doesn't hurt, per say, but you will feel your stomach adjusting to the consistency. I can now eat purees almost like a normal person, but I've been doing them almost 2 weeks now :)

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It didn't hurt me, but I chewed like crazy and went really slow. Rumbles, yes... burps, yes. But no pain. So make sure you take your time!

(PS: I had Wendy's chili and it was fine. My NUT told me to stay away from scrambled eggs at first, yours may vary. I also pureed bean and ham soup for wonderful savory flavor and decent protein, you might want to try that if you don't have religious structures against pork.)

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