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This is my first time responding after last time being attacked on here but ThoughtI would let y'all know; it's crazy my mind does not match with my stomach; I want to eat theses foods and can't; I just wish I could: the hardest thing usisnot doing it; hang in there march sleevers y'all can do this

I go thorough the same thing. Especially with Easter candy sitting right in front of my face. lol it's sooo hard. But I try to make the best choices I can. So far so good I guess!

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OK, I think I'm all caught up with the Facebook page invites. If I missed you, I apologize, just contact me and I'll get you invited.

Please send me an invite to the private facebook page. I am Teresa Guill on facebook. My email is tdguill@hotmail.com. Thanks so much!

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Please send me an invite to the private Facebook page. I am Teresa Guill on facebook. My email is tdguill@hotmail.com. Thanks so much!

Just sent you a message to add me

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Anyone who is already a member can add someone. You don't need to add each other as friends if you use an email address.

Im on there thanks :)

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For those of you who were sleeved the first week in march...how is eating going for you? I always feel sick after I eat. I've never thrown up but it's getting to the point where I don't even like to eat anymore. Nothing tastes good and I always feel nauseated after I do?

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For those of you who were sleeved the first week in march...how is eating going for you? I always feel sick after I eat. I've never thrown up but it's getting to the point where I don't even like to eat anymore. Nothing tastes good and I always feel nauseated after I do?

Was sleeved on March 6th. Eating is good for me. I have followed my post op diet closely. I have not had any nausea from surgery or after. I measure out my food. No more than 1/2 cup total and then I set a timer. If I am done with the food within the 30 minute timer I'm done. If the timer goes off before I'm finished, it take it away. So far, this is working for me. I was on 3 weeks of liquid and been about 10 days soft foods. Trying to eat very slow and make the best Protein choices first and Fiber second. So far, so good!

Good luck!

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For those of you who were sleeved the first week in march...how is eating going for you? I always feel sick after I eat. I've never thrown up but it's getting to the point where I don't even like to eat anymore. Nothing tastes good and I always feel nauseated after I do?

I was sleeved 7th march and I'm on the soft foods phase.

I hate eating, because when I do I feel sick and nauseated and drinking Water feels so heavy in my stomach. so I'm still struggling to get in my Protein and water.

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For those of you who were sleeved the first week in march...how is eating going for you? I always feel sick after I eat. I've never thrown up but it's getting to the point where I don't even like to eat anymore. Nothing tastes good and I always feel nauseated after I do?

I was sleeved on the 5th, and believe me your not alone. I get nauseous after eating and i vomited yesterday. I feel like everything i eat gets stuck. Enjoying food is hard i kno.

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I was sleeved on the 8th, and have no issue eating. As long as I eat slowly and chew my food thoroughly, I've been able to handle everything I've tried. If I eat too fast or too much, I get an uncomfortable feeling in my chest, but that's my sign to stop. I haven't felt nauseous. I'm sorry you're having trouble.

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Was sleeved on March 6th. Eating is good for me. I have followed my post op diet closely. I have not had any nausea from surgery or after. I measure out my food. No more than 1/2 cup total and then I set a timer. If I am done with the food within the 30 minute timer I'm done. If the timer goes off before I'm finished' date=' it take it away. So far, this is working for me. I was on 3 weeks of liquid and been about 10 days soft foods. Trying to eat very slow and make the best Protein choices first and fiber second. So far, so good!

Good luck![/quote']

Was sleeved on the 18th and I try very hard to follow my program! So far I have been very blessed with no real side effects. I also have two shakes a day and the way my Dr. Has me eating is sure working for me. He reminds me that the more protein you eat or drink helps with your weight loss. Water can be a challenge for me but we came up with a good working solution. I like the fact that I can work side by side with my surgeon!!!! I chew my food 30 times and now it is becoming habit. I am so very grateful to have this second chance.......

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I was sleeved on the 8th' date=' and have no issue eating. As long as I eat slowly and chew my food thoroughly, I've been able to handle everything I've tried. If I eat too fast or too much, I get an uncomfortable feeling in my chest, but that's my sign to stop. I haven't felt nauseous. I'm sorry you're having trouble.[/quote']

What types of food are you eating now? And about how much? Also how do you tell when you are full? I'm wondering if I am eating too much.

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I was sleeved on the 8th' date=' and have no issue eating. As long as I eat slowly and chew my food thoroughly, I've been able to handle everything I've tried. If I eat too fast or too much, I get an uncomfortable feeling in my chest, but that's my sign to stop. I haven't felt nauseous. I'm sorry you're having trouble.[/quote']

The exact same thing as you is for me! This is the best thing!!!!

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What types of food are you eating now? And about how much? Also how do you tell when you are full? I'm wondering if I am eating too much.

A scrambled egg (olive oil....no Pam), yogurt (Greek non fat low sugar no fruit), low fat cottage cheese, Soups, deli meats, soft cheeses, super soft chicken, carrots....I chew 30 times per bite and I take 45-60 minutes per meal.

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