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I decided to buy the Bariatric Fusion Multivitamins in the orange cream flavor, but I can’t seem to stand the taste of those any longer. Anyone have suggestions for one that taste good or if there are some that are easy to swallow? I used the fusion ones so I only had to worry about the B12, so any help would be appreciated.

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I bought sample packs of Bariatric Fusion and Bari-Melts, and I much preferred the Bari-Melts. I recommend getting the sample pack first to make sure you like them.

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1 hour ago, Mebadwow said:

I decided to buy the Bariatric Fusion Multivitamins in the orange cream flavor, but I can’t seem to stand the taste of those any longer. Anyone have suggestions for one that taste good or if there are some that are easy to swallow? I used the fusion ones so I only had to worry about the B12, so any help would be appreciated.

I use flintstones complete they help with nausea they are chalky

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4 minutes ago, Thicc chick 504 said:

I use flintstones complete they help with nausea they are chalky

What else do you take to cover the other nutrients we need??

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5 minutes ago, Mebadwow said:

What else do you take to cover the other nutrients we need??

Rt now my doc just has me taking the Multivitamin I’m only 5 days out I had vsg 7/28 I think she will have me start taking other supplements after my 2 weeks check up aug 10 I also take meds for blood pressure and nausea

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I use the Patches off this site been doing it for over a year works well I have to double up due to activity but So far blood work is perfect.

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I take sublingual (cherry flavor) B-12 from costco, the calcium chews from Celebrate, and a Flintstones complete. Along with a probiotic, and my Prozac (but those are capsules, which seem to be going down fine). My surgeon told me I only need the Flintstones Complete - but I'm worried about Calcium, just as a 44 year old woman - and don't want to end up with bone/teeth issues. The B-12 was just recommended by a friend who also had VSG - he said it can't hurt - you just pee out what you don't need. It's cheap enough from Costco, that I figured I'd try it. Haven't had any bloodwork yet - I'm due an annual with my internist - so no clue if this is working out ok. I'm also only 2 months post-op.

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On 8/3/2020 at 9:32 AM, Mr Alley Gator said:

I use the Patches off this site been doing it for over a year works well I have to double up due to activity but So far blood work is perfect.

Do you need to take anything else?? I see the Patches have Calcium and Vitamin D3, as well as B12. Let me know thanks

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No all I use is there set and been doing great - Once in a while I will have a protien shake and add a scoop of GNC vit mix but only once a week.

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