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The handful of times I vomited in the last year was due to taking Vitamin tablets on an empty stomach, or by eating a couple of bites past fullness. I don't think vomiting or sliming should be seen as 'normal' but more a sign of a problem - either with someone's eating choices or their sleeve.

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I am 18 months out and experienced vomitting, sliming and dumping. I hope I am at capacity cause I can eat more than I could 6 months ago. Its nowhere near what I used to eat thankfully but I hope this is it. I get hungry every few hours and have to pick healthy Snacks. If that scale moves on the wrong direction, and it does sometimes, its not a good day lol.

I am two weeks shy of a year out and I still slime and vomit from time to time. I don't track it, but maybe once or twice a week I have a bad day and a meal that goes down easily comes right back up. I don't feel bad about it, it's just what happens. :)

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I am 18 months out and experienced vomitting, sliming and dumping. I hope I am at capacity cause I can eat more than I could 6 months ago. Its nowhere near what I used to eat thankfully but I hope this is it. I get hungry every few hours and have to pick healthy Snacks. If that scale moves on the wrong direction, and it does sometimes, its not a good day lol.

I am two weeks shy of a year out and I still slime and vomit from time to time. I don't track it, but maybe once or twice a week I have a bad day and a meal that goes down easily comes right back up. I don't feel bad about it, it's just what happens. :)

Uh ... I'm with CowGirlJane on this. This far out, you should not be sliming and/or vomiting around eating. Of course, I am assuming y'all are not scarfing down food, chewing twice, then swallowing or taking huge bites ... right?

It may be prudent to get scoped and see what is going on.

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I have a slight stricture that my doc is not concerned about. Some days I can eat a few more ounces, other days, a few less than normal. It's the lesser days that usually have me heaving. It only takes a bite or three before it happens and then it's done.

I agree, it should be checked out. I checked, and I'm good. :)

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I can eat around 3oz of a steak. For some reason, not much chicken breast. I can eat a chicken leg, or a couple of wings, or not an entire thigh. I can eat 3 baby back ribs. sometimes only 2

I still have very good restriction, even after 5 years.

Sometimes I do judge it wrong. I think I can eat more than I can. Even after I am finished eating, I don't realize I ate too much. In those cases, I have thrown up. It happens more in restaraunts when I am talking and they bring so much food. I don't pay close enough attention, and I am way too full 10 min after I have eaten.

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I am 3.5 years post op, and I think I can eat more now than at a year out. But I agree with a lot being said. If I eat the right things, I eat less than if I eat slider foods. I can usually eat a small chicken breast and maybe 1/4 to 1/2 cup of veggies with it. I can also eat about 3/4 cup of yogurt with Bran Cereal in it, but it is filling.

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I am like you I'm 18 month out and can't touch Pasta or rice! My lunch is 2 slices of turkey meat and a little bit of hummus rolled up, and I feel sick with that sometimes. I have a huge restriction and still vomit once every 2 weeks.

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