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I'm 6 weeks since VSG and I dump too.. Anything overly fatty or sugar have me feeling immediately nauseated then 1 HR later I'm on the loo.

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I've experienced this, especially in the period right after surgery (Protein shakes of all things. My body absolutely cannot handle them). Trying to get through the first two months post-op with no Protein Shakes was...uh, not what I expected with this surgery.

I still have a problem with super greasy or rich foods, but it tends to cause nausea and disgust right away, as if my body is telling me "girl, you will NOT like where this ends, stop now."

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People: get your information straight. You CAN DUMP with a sleeve. And it's brutal.

Any surgery that removes a portion of your stomach can cause dumping.

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I have not seen people saying that you can't just that it is less likely with the sleeve. which I think would still prove to be true.

I don't know if it is a good thing (to help you make changes)

or a bad thing (for obvious reasons)

but we should all be here to support one another on our journey to better health.

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No. It sucks. It's horrible.

It's a bad thing.

Trust me.

I dump ALL

THE TIME.

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Wow, I wonder what the percentage of dumping is after recovery is.

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No. It sucks. It's horrible.

It's a bad thing.

Trust me.

I dump ALL

THE TIME.

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No. It sucks. It's horrible.

It's a bad thing.

Trust me.

I dump ALL

THE TIME.

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I dump, too, at 3 years out. Do you usually vomit or poo? Just curious.

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I don't vomit or have diarrhea. I get horrible horribly nauseated to the point I cannot move, just curl in a ball. My heart races and my stomach cramps but no pooping. I sweat and if it's really bad I have huge amounts of urination. (15-20 times in 30 minutes with floods of pee ) It's very similar to hypoglycemia.

Afterwards I'm exhausted and dehydrated and sometimes hungry. This happens about 3-4 times per week.

It can be brought on by sugar, fat, too much food volume, drinking after a meal.

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I don't vomit or have diarrhea. I get horrible horribly nauseated to the point I cannot move, just curl in a ball. My heart races and my stomach cramps but no pooping. I sweat and if it's really bad I have huge amounts of urination. (15-20 times in 30 minutes with floods of pee ) It's very similar to hypoglycemia.

Afterwards I'm exhausted and dehydrated and sometimes hungry. This happens about 3-4 times per week.

It can be brought on by sugar, fat, too much food volume, drinking after a meal.

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Wow...that does sound brutal. Poor thing.

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Ah. I usually get the sweats, tummy pains and vomit. If I eat ice cream or cream based Soup, it all comes out the back door in a few moments.

I've dumped from clam chowder before too :( too much fat.

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How can you get dumping syndrome from a Protein Shake? When Protein does NOT cause dumping? Sounds more likely to be lactose intolerance. And there is a very simple way to avoid it: stick to the diet that your NUT gave you. Also one study is not the end of the story. They didn't say 45% in fact have dumping syndrome, it said that they had symptoms that MIGHT be suggestive. And yes when I eat crap ....wait for it... I feel like crap. So what do I do... I try not to eat that stuff. I LOVE that my new tummy dictates healthier food choices. I crave protein and veggies. I cannot tolerate junk food. That is a good thing. That is why I got the surgery.

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How can you get dumping syndrome from a Protein shake? When Protein does NOT cause dumping? Sounds more likely to be lactose intolerance. And there is a very simple way to avoid it: stick to the diet that your NUT gave you. Also one study is not the end of the story. They didn't say 45% in fact have dumping syndrome, it said that they had symptoms that MIGHT be suggestive. And yes when I eat crap ....wait for it... I feel like crap. So what do I do... I try not to eat that stuff. I LOVE that my new tummy dictates healthier food choices. I crave protein and veggies. I cannot tolerate junk food. That is a good thing. That is why I got the surgery.

You obviously don't have dumping or you wouldn't be "thankful" for it. And yes, you can get dumping from a Protein Shake. If it has too much sugar or fat or the Fluid empties into your lower intestine Too fast and there is any sugar at all.

Dumping isn't "feeling like crap from junk food." It f**king sucks. I'm 120 pounds and I dump so I know I'm eating right okay? I'm not living on junk food.

Rude post. I love how people that don't suffer from something think that understand it.

Let's see if you're still sticking to your nut diet in a year. And if I stuck to my nuts recommended diet of low carb and 1200 calories ... Wait for it... I'd be dead of starvation by now.

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You absolutely can dump with a sleeve. Kill the sugar and kill the fat!

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