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Champagne bubbles is the best way to describe this feeling and no, I am not drinking actual champagne.

After I eat or sometimes after I drink I get this bubbling up feeling like little champagne bubbles rising to the top of the glass. I don't belch but I just feel it.

So many new feelings post op!

Anyone else have champagne bubbles?

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That is a good way to describe it, I call it bubble guts! Lol but yes I'm almost six months out from sleeve surgery and I still get that after some things I eat. Normally it happens in the morning for me.

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The first few weeks post op, I had that EVERY SINGLE TIME I took even the tiniest sip of Water. A gurgling kind of thing in the back of my throat. Luckily it went away and 18 months psot-op, I get it very rarely.

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7 months post op here....every single time I eat or drink something...I've just gotten used to it....it is my new norm :)

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Im 7 months out now and haven't had it for a while. I used to have it if I ate too quickly... bleh

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I called it "foaming" when I had it. I only had about three episodes of it, the worst one after I went on mushy food and made that ricotta bake. I was spitting up foam for hours. I never made that ricotta bake again.

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I have the "bubble up" every morning. I've come to think of it as my sleeve (Sleevie) saying, "Good morning" to me. I think I'd miss it if it were to stop.

It let's me know that we (Sleevie and I) are still working together and on the same page.

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