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When did you experience dumping for the first time? Cause I’m over a month post op (bypass) and haven’t had it yet..

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Hopefully you'll never have it. You'll know it when you have it. From what I've read it largely has to do with consuming too much sugar/carbs in one setting. So avoid doing that.

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Almost 3 months post gastric bypass and no dumping as of yet. I don't plan on it either!!

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On 06/15/2019 at 17:26, Briswife15 said:

Almost 3 months post gastric bypass and no dumping as of yet. I don't plan on it either!!

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Fingers crossed for the both of us then😂🤞🏻🤞🏻

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And for me also! I do enough emesis already,don't need THAT cropping up too!

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4 months out and never had it and never want it. I am committed to absolutely no sugar, juice or concentrated carbs for the rest of my life.

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So today I am making a fancy birthday cake and I couldn't believe that I actually stuck a finger full of frosting in my mouth! Old habits die hard! I immediately spit it out and washed out my mouth. Good grief! Scared me to death - the thought of dumping!

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I am 5 months post RNY and I get dumping. Can’t remember the first time I had it.

Sometimes it’s because I’ve eaten something that’s not so healthy, sometimes it’s with a healthy food that I have been eating regularly. They are not always carbs, sometimes food such as yogurt triggers it.

My dumping generally manifests as shakiness, palpitations and generally feeling weird. I do not get the runs which is what most people seem to think dumping is.

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it felt like death. it was the most nauseous i have ever felt. it was almost like food poisoning and you don't know when you will have to run to the bathroom. I honestly had to skip work it was so bad. ive had it once and never again

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