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Once I could eat regular food, spicy was IN. I love spicy food - Indian, Mexican, Vietnamese, Thai! I eat it all with zero problem!

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Same - as soon as I could have regular food I tried a bit at a time to see if I would tolerate it. I did have to sip a bit on Water when eating real spicy food but certainly wasn't drinking full on during a meal.

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It took me a long time (maybe 6 months) before I could tolerate spicy food again. I still don't eat the level of spicy I could pre-op 😥

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I am two months out and cannot tolerate spicy food, I used to love it! Hoping it gets better as time passes.

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My team said spices were fine at 2 weeks but spicy had to wait until 3 months. I tried a little spicy right before three months and did fine but my tolerance has gone down so I’m still working my way back up!

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As soon as I was cleared for regular food. I love spicy food, but since surgery I eat it in moderation.

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A month after the op, I was eating lamb sag aloo, chilli con carne, chicken tikka masala, tandoori cod....no problem! As long as I stopped eating before I was full, my new baby tummy didn't mind!

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