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Congrats on your baby!

So the first thing I would do is go see your original surgeon and talk to them. Find out your options and see if she will order tests to try to dx if you have a tool problem. I don't see any of your profile information. So it's really hard to offer constructive thoughts?

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good idea the above poster had on checking with your surgeon. Your tool will still work - you'll probably need to go back to basics to get things moving again (not all the way back to a liquid diet - that's not really sustainable - but eat Protein first, then non-starchy veggies, then, if you have room, a small fruit or small "healthy" carb serving (e.g., whole grain things, oatmeal). From what I understand, the weight loss will be much slower than it was the first time around, but you can lose it as long as you stick to your program.

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Congratulations on your new baby! Have you tried going back to your original post-op diet?

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Congrats on your baby!
So the first thing I would do is go see your original surgeon and talk to them. Find out your options and see if she will order tests to try to dx if you have a tool problem. I don't see any of your profile information. So it's really hard to offer constructive thoughts?
Welcome back.
Thank you she is my life! I'm going to call to get an appointment with my surgeon thank you

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good idea the above poster had on checking with your surgeon. Your tool will still work - you'll probably need to go back to basics to get things moving again (not all the way back to a liquid diet - that's not really sustainable - but eat Protein first, then non-starchy veggies, then, if you have room, a small fruit or small "healthy" carb serving (e.g., whole grain things, oatmeal). From what I understand, the weight loss will be much slower than it was the first time around, but you can lose it as long as you stick to your program.
I dont think its actually working as my absorption seems to be back to normal. I watch what I eat and I'm still gaining weight

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