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Question? What am I missing? Tonight i went back to dance class (ballroom) for the first time since surgery. I made sure to get all Water and Protein in.. I even took my dinner with me and ate it at the studio about half hour before class. I had fun, a good time, but i did get tired a bit.. but more importantly while on the way to the car, while talking to another student.. I was starting to feel nauseous. Any ideas suggestions?

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No clue, random nausea is always a mystery. Could just be your new reduced size stomach wiggled around too much in its new slightly too big housing, or random post workout hunger pings set it. Who knows! Either way feel better soon and keep up the great work 🎈

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Could be a bit of dehydration - you are just a bit more than a month from surgery and if you worked up a sweat you could have dehydrated yourself a bit. When I started moving more after surgery at the gym or in a class, I started drinking Powerade Zero or something similar with electrolytes. Sometimes it just happens, but try upping your Fluid intake during class.

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18 hours ago, Jazzy1125 said:

Question? What am I missing? Tonight i went back to dance class (ballroom) for the first time since surgery. I made sure to get all Water and Protein in.. I even took my dinner with me and ate it at the studio about half hour before class. I had fun, a good time, but i did get tired a bit.. but more importantly while on the way to the car, while talking to another student.. I was starting to feel nauseous. Any ideas suggestions?

Could just be too much so soon out of surgery. I did a Jillian Michaels workout one month post-op (stupiddd) and got sooo nauseous and dizzy afterwards. 2 weeks later and I do fine. Still get some head rushes occasionally and have to take more breaks. Maybe give it another 2 or 3 weeks of healing up. Every day is an improvement.

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6 minutes ago, mousecat88 said:

Could just be too much so soon out of surgery. I did a Jillian Michaels workout one month post-op (stupiddd) and got sooo nauseous and dizzy afterwards. 2 weeks later and I do fine. Still get some head rushes occasionally and have to take more breaks. Maybe give it another 2 or 3 weeks of healing up. Every day is an improvement.

i am at 6 weeks..but i think its.my stomach..almost everything I put in.my.mouth today is making me nauseous from Water to beans..i threw my oatmeal in the garbage this morning after 3 small bites. Even n9w drinking my Protein Shake its making me queasy

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1 minute ago, Jazzy1125 said:

i am at 6 weeks..but i think its.my stomach..almost everything I put in.my.mouth today is making me nauseous from Water to beans..i threw my oatmeal in the garbage this morning after 3 small bites. Even n9w drinking my Protein Shake its making me queasy

Try some Pepcid, even OTC. I have been having serious nausea issues since last Tuesday and was given like 5 nausea meds... none of them worked... so I was like... screw you docs, and popped some Pepcid and it was like a miracle. I took 40mg. Didn't have any other signs of acid reflux issues, so they thought it was some mystery nausea for no reason.

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8 minutes ago, mousecat88 said:

Try some Pepcid, even OTC. I have been having serious nausea issues since last Tuesday and was given like 5 nausea meds... none of them worked... so I was like... screw you docs, and popped some Pepcid and it was like a miracle. I took 40mg. Didn't have any other signs of acid reflux issues, so they thought it was some mystery nausea for no reason.

Tu..on it twice a day..my surgeon precribes it for first 3 months..its a light nausea not enough to get sick..maybe its the weird taste in my mouth..metallic

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Maybe you just over did it a bit?

Too much too soon? Pushed yourself too hard and didnt realize it because you were having such a good time?

When I first started working out I jumped right into the insanity dvds....lucky I was at home because at the end of my first disk, I threw up😏

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Eating before activity is not always a good thing for everyone. While you may not have had problems before, your new digestive system might now.

The best time to eat a full meal, and Google it for all the reasons, is right after exercise. Next time, just snack a little before your exercise.

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On 1/11/2019 at 6:39 PM, wjgo said:

Eating before activity is not always a good thing for everyone. While you may not have had problems before, your new digestive system might now.

The best time to eat a full meal, and Google it for all the reasons, is right after exercise. Next time, just snack a little before your exercise.

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Thank you will do that! I do eat every time before dance class now and i look at my instructor and say.. Dont spin me!! He has had to catch me a few times, but good advice. From now on i will eat after class but make sure i have enough liquid to get me through the class. I was eating before because my doctor said to make sure i have enough food in my stomach to make it through the class and didnt pass out halfway through. So i made it a point to eat right before class each time and maybe it is not such a good idea.. especially since i am now training for competitions in the fall and he needs to be able to spin me!

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On 12/20/2018 at 12:59 AM, Diana_in_Philly said:

Could be a bit of dehydration - you are just a bit more than a month from surgery and if you worked up a sweat you could have dehydrated yourself a bit. When I started moving more after surgery at the gym or in a class, I started drinking Powerade Zero or something similar with electrolytes. Sometimes it just happens, but try upping your Fluid intake during class.

Yes, it can be. I have experienced this too. I exercise and I feel nauseous, one of the things I did is to slow down. Your body needs to recover fully from surgery and up the intake of fluids.

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