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@@brather eggs have been really hard for me since my surgery and I used to eat eggs several times a week. I'm 4 months out now and I can have one poached egg every couple of weeks, but that's all. Sorry, but it's not all that uncommon :(

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Pre-surgery, I loved eggs. Post-surgery, they became revolting to me. I'm two months out and back to the point where I can eat half a hard boiled egg, or about half of a scrambled egg, but only a few times a week.

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I am so excited because I get to try a scrambled egg this Sunday. I hope I don't have a bad reaction to it. I have always loved eggs, and if they will work for me, it is going to be the first step back to some sense of a new normalcy for me. I'll have to remember to take it super slow.

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I couldn't do hot eggs but I could do egg salad, very mushed.

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Today was my first day of purée foods and I ate some scrambled eggs and now I'm miserable. I feel like I need to vomit. Anybody else have an experience like this?

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You says "eggs" how much did you have and how were they prepared?

Pre-op, 61 YRS, 5'5"

HW 247, CW 223, BMI 37

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My surgeon said that a lot of her patients can't tolerate eggs until after they are on solid food for a while. Even though they're "soft" some people just don't tolerate them well during the soft/puree phase. She suggested if I had issues (which I did) to try again later (which I have, and everything's fine now).

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I was so looking forward to a scrambled egg but half way through I finally found out what the foamies are. I tried again with an sunny side up egg and ate it slow with no issues but still hesitant on eggs. They used to be a favorite.

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