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I’m 6 months post RNY. I have only gotten sick twice the first month after surgery from eating too fast.
Both time it’s what others call dismiss but for me it a sudden gush of salamis like drooling.

Tonight I had 2 ounces of chicken and a cauliflower cheese side. I think I ate at normal speed and all was fine.
About an hour later I ate most of a 5 oz yogurt I’ve had before. I was almost done with it after maybe 7-8 minutes and felt full so I stopped and didn’t finish the last bites.

It’s been 2 hours of nausea and an ache between my shoulder blades. That’s a common thing I feel if I eat fast or too much.

Now it’s been almost 3 hours since the chicken and 2 since the yogurt and I just got the foamies and still feel nauseated but the achy pain is better.

Is it normal to feel this bad hours later?

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It has taken me 4-6 hours sometimes, after a bad episode. Pretty horrible feeling.

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I was cold and felt ta little shaky but that may have been stress. Once I woke up today I felt back to normal. It was Okios lemon yogurt. I think I have had that flavor before but maybe I haven't and it was the acidity or flavoring that bothered me. It's so discouraging and it makes me feel like I will never feel "normal" again.

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On 9/6/2019 at 10:04 AM, 2Bsmaller18 said:

I was cold and felt ta little shaky but that may have been stress. Once I woke up today I felt back to normal. It was Okios lemon yogurt. I think I have had that flavor before but maybe I haven't and it was the acidity or flavoring that bothered me. It's so discouraging and it makes me feel like I will never feel "normal" again.

This has happened to me SEVERAL times. I am 5 1/2 months past bypass and it is horrible and it usually happens when I'm at work and it lasts for hours! Yes we will get better!

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22 hours ago, Mrs. Hayes said:

This has happened to me SEVERAL times. I am 5 1/2 months past bypass and it is horrible and it usually happens when I'm at work and it lasts for hours! Yes we will get better!

I had to laugh at your response because this same thing has happened to me eating chicken and it has only happened at work. I blame it on work and not the surgery. 🙂 But seriously, it just seems as if some days our bodies are just more sensitive than others.

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