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I have read a lot of your journeys and suggestions, now just to get through the 2 days prior to procedure. I'm already so thankful for this forum!

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I have read a lot of your journeys and suggestions, now just to get through the 2 days prior to procedure. I'm already so thankful for this forum!

Which Balloon are you going with? Good luck and keep us informed on your journey, please.

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Good luck on your procedure, my Roux n y is Tuesday as well.

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I have read a lot of your journeys and suggestions, now just to get through the 2 days prior to procedure. I'm already so thankful for this forum!

Which Balloon are you going with? Good luck and keep us informed on your journey, please.

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Best of luck!

God bless.

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Had the procedure this morning. My doctor did not want to give me a patch for Nasdaq, he instead gave me one that goes under my tongue and melts. I have been vommitting all day. I'm hoping to be better soon. Any suggestions?

For nausea! Stupid spell check :)

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I must be one of the lucky ones.... Had no issues apart from mild cramping in the early days. Having said that I was (and still am) on reflux meds.

Hope you're feeling better soon.

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Day 5. Finally talked my doc into the patch, felt much relief within 2 hours. Started feeling like myself again day 4, just really week. Today I start the puréed phase of eating, I'm actually hungry. Have lost 8 pounds in 5 days but with all of the vommitting I'm not surprised. When I swallow food I can feel it travel down to my stomach and hit a road block.

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I am on day 14. I constantly have a growling stomach and a small amount of cramping as well. I am trying to eat a lot of Protein. Does this constant hunger go away? Yes I drink a lot of Water.

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I am on day 14. I constantly have a growling stomach and a small amount of cramping as well. I am trying to eat a lot of Protein. Does this constant hunger go away? Yes I drink a lot of Water.

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It took me around two weeks to get past it, so hopefully you're just about to turn a corner. :-)

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@@Shirleyd90

did you have much gas on the first day? I had mine inserted today (orbera) and I have had minimal nausea but i feel like I need to burp a lot to relieve the gas but i can only manage small burps!

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