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I am 4 years out and have one rather large Bowel movement per day typically. Usually in the morning but occasionally other time of the day.

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Every morning, first thing after I wake up, I have to use the bathroom for a BM. Typically, this is the major one of the day with 2-3 other smaller ones throughout the day. But every once in a while I have a day where that's all my body wants to do and I have 4-5 that day. Those days I'm thinking, "What's going on?" It's nothing to be concerned about, just the body taking care of business.

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4 to 6.

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mine didnt change from prior to surgery

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9 minutes ago, LosingInNC said:

mine didnt change from prior to surgery

Just wait. It’s coming. BMs will become larger and have more odor (noxious). If you get constipated try eating a slice of cheesecake, seriously, it works better than medicine for the DS. Also simple carbs, like white sugar, will cause excess gas and possibly tummy discomfort.

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Yeah, you just wait.....:)

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2-3 in the morning, one more at night. Unless I eat something that I shouldn't lol

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At the beginning, what did you guys experiment as far as BM? I’m one week post op and feel like they are all loose stools...is this last forever

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On 2/1/2019 at 5:39 AM, Eliana85 said:

At the beginning, what did you guys experiment as far as BM? I’m one week post op and feel like they are all loose stools...is this last forever

Pretty much the case the first year, then things change but never back to what things were pre-op. Those days are gone forever.

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