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Hi All, I am curious as to which foods you have found you can no longer eat after surgery for whatever reason. List away and thx!

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I haven’t found any. Sometimes I wish I did though lol


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Most red meat. I can tolerate a small amount of ground beef.

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For about 3 months after I had trouble with broccoli. But nothing else different if I eat slowly!

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Nothing. I love the flexibility that gives me but I have to admit there are a lot of days that I wish this wasn't the case.

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Milk products with higher lactose (thank goodness not cheese :1311_thumbsup_tone2:) and anything heavily fried. eggs are iffy.

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bread (sometimes rice, sometimes pasta). If I eat bread, I get a stomach ache then lay down and pass out. If I eat too much, same thing.


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I am still on 100% Protein diet but man liquid forms of dairy are a giant no no but i can do cheese so hey i am not complaining

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I have trouble with steak. I have to have it super tender and chew well. Other than that no issues with any food.
I'm 11 weeks out.

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4 weeks out and milk absolutely makes me gag! I loved milk too!

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I can do hard boiled eggs, the occasional over easy egg and soft scrambled eggs, but if I cook the scrambled egg too much the texture is disgusting to me. So I generally avoid scrambled eggs. Also have not had sliced bread in forever. Seems to sit like a brick in my stomach and I usually end up spitting it up. I figured I'd try again a little later on. I'm about 3.5 mos out from surgery at this point.

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