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I've named my new stomach Ariel, as in the mermaid. She's a Pisces and was born on March 3rd 2020, 2 weeks old today. She talks and gurgles, noisy little girl. I'm singing Under the Sea in my head as I type this, lmaooooo.

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I call mine Gurgly Gail. She has a mind of her own, but still doesn’t know which way is up or down or If she’s hungry or not. My new tummy is also two weeks old today as well!!

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Did anyone else name their new stomachs?

Hey Gurgly Gail 😆😁

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47 minutes ago, CubaRican73 said:

I love the stomach names that's cute but I'm 3 months out and still gurgling and rumbling

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I'm sorry, ask your surgeon. My Bariatric team said this was common for some patients post-op. This was also discussed in our classes required before surgery.

My friend is post-op 2 years and has been revised to rny for almost 1 year, her stomach is a talker. She named her stomach, Tiny Tummy aka TT.

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After my first surgery in 1998 my stomach never quieted down, always had to have an after dinner conversation and I am finding it to be true after my bypass as well.

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I named mine yesterday "alot smaller: had to figure a name the represents it! Unfortunately Mine is still very vocal to this day!

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Mine only rumbles after I eat (well, drink because I don't move to soft foods until tomorrow). For someone who said they could hang with this lifestyle, she sure does have a lot of comments. Maybe I should come up with a name too. 🤔

To answer your post, I'm not sure when it stops rumbling. I did a quick google search and it said that this is typical and that sometimes antacids can calm it down, but I would definitely talk to your doctor before you consider taking anything. Actual doctor degree > My Google credentials 😅

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