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37 minutes ago, MarinaGirl said:

Nerves are cut during surgery so you may not feel proper restriction for a few months. Because of this, it is critical to not advance your diet too soon, eat too much, or seek out a full feeling. Instead, you should weigh your food so you don’t overeat, as it could lead to post-op complications.

Hey @FluffyChix maybe this is what you've experienced?

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6 minutes ago, Orchids&Dragons said:

Hey @FluffyChix maybe this is what you've experienced?

Yep. It's what I've tried to describe to you. That it suddenly wakes up around month 3 or 4...

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And now I'm more confused than ever, cuz maybe the problems with swallowing and epigastric pain are just common to us all, only I'm just now feeling them. So it's all a things that make you go, "Hmmmm."

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Yep. It's what I've tried to describe to you. That it suddenly wakes up around month 3 or 4...
Really? I hope that happens to me coz I don't reckon I have hardly any restriction.

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