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I had the lap band put in around 7 years ago I can honestly say I was happy with the weight loss in the beginning.but then the vomiting continued still to this day 3 times I had to go to er because I had meat stuck and I could not even drink Water nothing without throwing up so 3 times had to go under anistetic to get pieces removed was terrible.i thought everybody was going threw the same thing I was till I watched w5 last week I got my procedure don’t the same place they showed and same dr then I started feeling really pissed off these professionals knew this was going on with other paicients. Yet welcoming you in with a big smile taking my $16,000 that I worked very hard for. Now I need it removed can not handle the vomiting anymore still can’t go to a restaurant with out having to go throw up in the washroom wen something won’t go down I too would make sure I had bags in my vehicle for car trips incase I needed to throw up I think we should be sueing this lapband company for if anything pain and suffering.would like to hear people’s opinion please and thank you

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Have you seen your doctor for follow up adjustments or to find our why you are having problems? Why would you continue to eat a food that gave you problems?

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Maybe an unfill to start? Your doctor surely wants to see you. You should not be sick for a week, let alone 9 months. Please try.


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