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Tried to have 4 strawberries for Breakfast this morning, but i don't think it agreed with me. Not long after i was vomiting white foam 🤢

I felt better about an hour or so later. Maybe it was too soon? I'm almost 3wks out of mini bypass surgery.

Anyone else had this? I'm one of those people who absolutely refuses to throw up and will fight it to the end.

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I'm 6 weeks out. Have had that happen twice. Think it was just a combination of too much too fast since in those 2 instances I've had that stuff before and was fine

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For me it's if I take enough bites to actually feel full, or don't chew enough. I can only eat enough to feel nearly full, if you know what I mean. Since I had surgery I've never felt entirely full, just satisfied. I guess that's the point where "normal" people stop eating, I'd always eat until I felt like I'd explode!

I'm 6 months out and I got the foamies last week at work, after eating chicken for lunch. Spent 2 hours feeling like I was going to vomit and spitting up saliva.

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1 hour ago, Daisyjayne said:

For me it's if I take enough bites to actually feel full, or don't chew enough. I can only eat enough to feel nearly full, if you know what I mean. Since I had surgery I've never felt entirely full, just satisfied. I guess that's the point where "normal" people stop eating, I'd always eat until I felt like I'd explode!

I'm 6 months out and I got the foamies last week at work, after eating chicken for lunch. Spent 2 hours feeling like I was going to vomit and spitting up saliva.

I used to eat until the point of pain, but i was deep in food addiction.

Maybe i did eat too much too fast?

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It's worth trying to eat slower and chew everything to a paste, makes it easier on your new tummy anatomy.

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47 minutes ago, Daisyjayne said:

It's worth trying to eat slower and chew everything to a paste, makes it easier on your new tummy anatomy.

Deffo a big adjustment :D Thanks!

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I've never gotten the foamies from eating. However, I get them almost every time I drink liquids. I'm still struggling with liquids and I'm four months post surgery.

Eating slowly and chewing well should help with that.

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26 minutes ago, JRT Mom said:

I've never gotten the foamies from eating. However, I get them almost every time I drink liquids. I'm still struggling with liquids and I'm four months post surgery.

Eating slowly and chewing well should help with that.

It kinda scared me coz it was the first time for me. Liquids have been fine so far, but I'm going back to liquids and puree for a few days to see if it helps :)

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I’ve gotten the foamies after my Protein Shakes and applesauce that I ate too fast. I’m not sure what causes it. Our new tummies are teaching us all the time what we can and can’t handle.

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