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Hi...I’m almost 3 weeks post op, sleeved on 8/29/18 and feeling great. Before surgery I never really burped/belched, It happens when I am full from eating a meal, I’m glad that I have that sign to let me know, but I feel the restriction as well. My Team advanced me to the soft stage by the way...Just curious if this is going to be a part of the new normal for me? Lol 😝

Even with the burping this is by far the best decision ever!!

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I got over it pretty quickly. My stomach stopped making all the gurgling sounds as well :)

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@sillykitty Thank you! That is good to know, hopefully I will get over it soon to.

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Hi...I’m almost 3 weeks post op, sleeved on 8/29/18 and feeling great. Before surgery I never really burped/belched, It happens when I am full from eating a meal, I’m glad that I have that sign to let me know, but I feel the restriction as well. My Team advanced me to the soft stage by the way...Just curious if this is going to be a part of the new normal for me? Lol

Even with the burping this is by far the best decision ever!!
Yes, should be part of the "new normal". I'm almost 6 months out from Bilopancreatic deudonal switch with double anastomosis and the nutritionist told all of us who had different forms of weight loss surgery at our seminar that the following symptoms let you know your full: hiccups, burp or nose running. She said that once you have that first symptom to stop eating because that means you are full. If you don't have the symptom eat until you do. She told us that we have to train our stomach to know the full filling because if we don't we can sabotage our weight loss by either not eating enough or over eating. I normally always hiccup or burp. We were also told to allow ourselves 20-30 minutes for each meal 4-6 times a day and spaced out 3-4 hours.

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Yes, should be part of the "new normal". I'm almost 6 months out from Bilopancreatic deudonal switch with double anastomosis and the nutritionist told all of us who had different forms of weight loss surgery at our seminar that the following symptoms let you know your full: hiccups, burp or nose running. She said that once you have that first symptom to stop eating because that means you are full. If you don't have the symptom eat until you do. She told us that we have to train our stomach to know the full filling because if we don't we can sabotage our weight loss by either not eating enough or over eating. I normally always hiccup or burp. We were also told to allow ourselves 20-30 minutes for each meal 4-6 times a day and spaced out 3-4 hours.

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Thank you for this advice. That will really help!

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