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Going on 2 months soon. The learning curve.



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The learning curve is steep for me this time around. I was revised from VSG to bypass recently. I really have to watch the size of my bites now, it has to be really super super suuuper tiny or I risk feeling plugged or get pressure in my throat. If I do that, I'm good to go. I know that as time goes on, I'll be able to eat more at one sitting (I fear that actually lol) but those of you who are further out, do the size of the bites also change? No complaints here, I'm so glad I did this but I'm curious how things will change with time. Thanks in advance.

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I was pretty vigilant about keeping my bites small and chewing thoroughly, BUT...........I struggled greatly with pausing between bites. That led to me eating too much, too fast more times than I care to admit. You are correct, it's a learning curve!

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at six years out, I think I eat pretty much like I did before surgery when it comes to bite size. I still chew the bites more than I did before surgery, though (although I've caught myself not doing that from time to time - when i'm not paying attention - whoops!). And of course I probably only eat half the calories I used to (or at least on most days...)

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