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I was sleeved on Monday dec 5 , since then I have had no problems getting all my fluids and Proteins in at all. I don't feel full and I don't have any trouble swallowing. I eat cream of wheat for Breakfast , a Protein Shake for snack, a cream Soup for lunch another Protein shake for snack and usually some more soup for dinner with some unflavored Protein Powder in it. If I want I may have some yogurt or pudding later in the evening.

Is this too much? I don't feel uncomfortably full at all, I don't really feel a restriction when eating although I am measuring my portions to stay on plan, I just see all these people having all the problems and only getting in like 400 calories where I am easily getting in 700-900 calories a day. Help am I doing something wrong?

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Nope, you're' fine. You probably won't feel restriction until you start consuming more dense foods and drinks. right now your sleeve is like a sieve... it's going RIGHT through you. It just means that your sleeve is not impossibly swollen.

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I didn't feel restriction until day 4 myself. Now 9 days out. I am back on liquids and struggling to get that in!

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I was pretty much the same as the

I was sleeved on Monday dec 5 , since then I have had no problems getting all my fluids and Proteins in at all. I don't feel full and I don't have any trouble swallowing. I eat cream of wheat for breakfast , a Protein shake for snack, a cream Soup for lunch another Protein Shake for snack and usually some more soup for dinner with some unflavored Protein powder in it. If I want I may have some yogurt or pudding later in the evening.
Is this too much? I don't feel uncomfortably full at all, I don't really feel a restriction when eating although I am measuring my portions to stay on plan, I just see all these people having all the problems and only getting in like 400 calories where I am easily getting in 700-900 calories a day. Help am I doing something wrong?

This is pretty much me as well, no problems at all, don't even feel a restriction.

I finally felt a restriction last night when I was distracted and took a huge gulp of Water (like I used to do...). Won't be doing that again any time soon! LOL

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I was the same way. Believe me, one you start solids, you'll feel it.

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Yes I'm going through the same thing no restrictions no vomit no nothing just hunger I get about 600 calories a day as well I even ate Vienna sausages I felt a lil something but still confused. I'm disappointed my weight hasn't moved and I'm two days shy of being 2 weeks out. :(

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I was sleeved on 12/7. Like you I feel no restriction. I do feel satisfied -not full but satisfied, which is what we should be feeling - with a Protein shake. tysleeves, you're eating sausages? You need to allow your staple line time to heal! Your stomach has to work a lot harder to digest solid foods, which will stress the staple line. When did your surgeon say to go back to solid foods?

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It was Vienna sausages they are soft it's like potted meat. He upgraded me to purée last Tuesday. A month to six weeks after depending on my sleeve. Plus I only have premier Protein shakes omg those things are too sweet and thick in my mouth I hate and I don't feel full

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It was Vienna sausages they are soft it's like potted meat. He upgraded me to purée last Tuesday. A month to six weeks after depending on my sleeve. Plus I only have premier Protein shakes omg those things are too sweet and thick in my mouth I hate and I don't feel full


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oh sorry. I was thinking you were sleeved much more recently.

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