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Well, I had meat sauce from my moms spaghetti. The sauce was too much. Ice Cream, anything that is not Yasso or Halo Top.

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chocolate, Roast, Brisket... Anything that's high in fat. Lol

Even Oreos did it. So um, basically me having too many sweets and things that are too high in fat. I avoid red meat anyhow because it's too heavy. Hate how it feels and well... That happens.

Hw-273
Sw-226
CW-134
GW-130
Size- 4 or 6, Small in sweats. Small in shirts. depends on how it's cut or made.
Bra Size- 36C

Surgery Date- April 26th, 2017
RNY
"Only those who try will become" FFX

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bread, too much food of any kind, rice and Pasta. My dumping syndrome manifest by me getting too hot, getting a bad tummy ache and then lying down and falling asleep for 1-3 hours.


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I have had dumping 2x now the first was with a medication it was the most severe case of the two that I have had it was the heart racing the head pounding then all the bathroom issues, and then I slept and slept and slept this was on December 26th my birthday i would have rather had a cupcake cause the dumping than Mucinex. The second case I had was from over eating I am 4.5 months out and I can still only manage 1.5 to 1.8 ounce at a time and I pushed to get to 2 full ounces and I made myself sick I felt like I had the flu no bathroom issues this time and it lasted for a few hours.

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I just found out yesterday that there is a thing called Late Dumping. This happens 2 - 3 hours after eating.

Fatigue or weakness
Flushing or sweating
Shakiness, dizziness, fainting, or passing out

Hypoglycemia
Loss of concentration or mental confusion
Feelings of hunger
Rapid heartbeat

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8 hours ago, Sleeve1stFitNext said:

I just found out yesterday that there is a thing called Late Dumping. This happens 2 - 3 hours after eating.

Fatigue or weakness
Flushing or sweating
Shakiness, dizziness, fainting, or passing out

Hypoglycemia
Loss of concentration or mental confusion
Feelings of hunger
Rapid heartbeat

well this is something to look forward too sigh

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