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I am 6 weeks post op and I had a mini gastric bypass. At this point am supposed to be able to eat everything but if I eat I spoon of something or the smallest amounts I get the worst chest pain and I immediately need to vomit! From the first bite I can feel the “foamy” coming up and it makes me more nauseous. I chew till my jaw cracks and I eat with a kids spoon so I dont know what to do tbh. I am so scared that I’ll be like that forever and wont be able to eat properly again! ( I can easily keep down liquids. Ice Water is my best friend atm cause it help with the nausea a lot ). Please let me know if you’ve been through this or know what would help.

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I'm not sure about a mini gastric bypass. but with a regular gastric bypass, that's often symptomatic of a stricture. Call your clinic - they may want to take a look down your throat (and if they see something like a stricture, they can "fix" it while they're in there). Although if it gets to the point you can't even keep fluids down, then go to a hospital. You can live without food for a few days, but not fluids.

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Echoing the previous posts - Sounds like structure. When I had one the food would come up without any resistance or prompting. Contact your team as this usually isn’t something that resolves on its own.

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