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I'm one week post -op and was wondering if anyone has had symptoms of burning foam. Sounds Gross but at night when I go to bed I feel like I need to burp all the time all night . Like there is pressure up to my throat Sucks... any suggestions???

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You ate too much or too fast or too closely to bedtime, most likely.

Or, you need a stronger a stronger PPI.

Foamies are the worst. I got them all the time for my first year.

Log what you've eaten when you foam. You'll find the pattern. Mine was rice, potatoes, any type of bread....

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I had that day 5 and 6 after my surgery. I was only on clears obviously. Then it just went away. Hope yours goes away too. Very unpleasant experience

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Foamies are no fun. Ususally (with me anyway) it was from drinking/eating too fast or right before bed. If I did either of those, it was destined to happen. It doesn't happen much any more as I'm getting used to eating slower and better understanding the 'warning signals' my sleeve is sending. When it's time to stop eating, I just stop.

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I had that issue first day after surgery every time i burp my throat was filled with liquid foam i had to have a spit cup next to my bed. I didnt eat anything and i hardly drink any Water. But it went away after day 3 but sometimes i still get it once in awhile

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