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Hello I am 5 weeks post op with the sips surgery and looking for support and information. Would like to know what others are eating at this stage.

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Hello Linda, Thank you for your reply. I wanted to try a salad so thanks for letting me know to wait till next week. Have you tried brisket? Were you able to handle this type of meat? What kind of Soups have you tried? Thanks

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My dr wants me to have SIPS . Can you shed some light on your experience? I can't find anything on this online.

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Hello Oking, I received a lot of information on youtube by watching the Sadi-s guy channel. He did a month to month review for a whole year. I decided to go with the SIPS/Sadi-s LOOP surgery because of its longer common channel for maximum absorption of Vitamins. I did not want to take an extreme amount of Vitamins and I also did not want the smelly gas and poop. I work in an office and I was told that the longer common channel allows the body to work through the process of waste elimination so that I don't have this problem. I also liked the idea of just a single Anastomosis connection instead of two. The loop process made a lot of sense to me and I went for it. I could only afford this opportunity once and did not want to come back years later to find out I needed further surgery because I failed with the sleeve only surgery. So Far so good, I take Calcium, B12 and Biotin and I wear the Vitamin patch. I will go for a 6 month check up and see how by Vitamin levels are and adjust it from there. I hope this helps. Blessings

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What is wrong with me???? I go to the store and buy groceries and get things I am allowed to eat then buy too much and it goes bad and I have to throw it away. I was told I could have sugar free fudge pops and bought a box and only ate one. Same thing with sugar free Jello and so on. Just because I can have it, I buy it then don't eat it. I wanted avocados and bought 2 very large ones and by the time I decided to eat one they went bad. I hate to waste food. This is why I am the size I am so then why do I feel the need to over buy food. When I cook I do the same thing I tend to over cook the amount and my husband and I can't even eat it all. I know that my stomach is smaller and can only have a small amount but my mind has not accepted this yet. I then have regret for over buying and cooking. Crazy!!

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My surgery date for the sips/sadi-s procedure is on 4-14-16! I'm excited, nervous, and kind of scared. There's not a lot of group forums that support with this kind of procedure...

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Please keep me posted on your recovery . I get my date next month @

  • Losili . or can you email me at olymphiaking@gmail.com I don't know any one who has has this surgery. good luck with everything!!

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Thank you! I will!

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Hello Losili, Congratulations on your date!!! Since my Sips surgery in January 25, 2016 I am now down 30lbs and feeling great and with energy and no complications. Learning to eat slow and drinking and sipping on Water all day is my biggest struggle.

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I am now 6 days post-op. My first and second day after surgery were the worst! I was in immediate pain when I woke up. They were gas pains and mine lasted all day. They were worse than labor pains my opinion at least those came and left for me and it could be pain free if you recieve epidural. But these gas pains were no joke! I was on pain killers and it still didn't ease the pain much. The doctors said to just walk it out theres really not much and gas-x. I had no problem with walking just a couple hours after surgery and it helped. The 3rd and so fourth days are better. I'm in no pain and I had no problem with Water consumption.

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Oh WOW!! Are you back home now? I had my stress test yesterday.

Please keep me updated!! Good Luck with everything.

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Yes. My doctor sent me home the same day! He said everything went well and I walked in at 5am had a 6 hour surgery and walked out at 7pm.

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The same day??? You had the SIPS procedure? They told me I would be in the hospital three days?

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Yes. I had the single anastomosis duodenal switch. Also known as SIPS or SADIS.

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