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Hi, I recently got the gastric sleeve this past Monday. The night in the hospital I was allowed ice chips. The following day I had beef broth and sugar free Jello and sugar free crystal light.

Once I was home it was clear broths and sugar free Gatorade for the first three days. I am now able to have Greek yogurt’s and Protein Shake and cream Soup.< /p>

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I was discharged on Thursday morning; RNY was Tuesday morning.

Thursday (post op day 2): 1 fl oz clear liquid every 15 minutes

Friday-Sunday (post op days 3, 4, 5): (3) portions of 2oz full liquids per day + 64 oz Water daily

My full liquids have been:

Fairlife chocolate Protein Shake + Isopure powder

SF vanilla pudding made with Fairlife Vanilla Protein shake + Isopure powder

Oikos Pro Greek Yogurt thinned with Fairlife Vanilla Protein Shake + Isopure powder

Since the 2 oz portions are so small and I'm only eating 3x daily, I haven't even made a dent in these.

Hope this helps!

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Hi everyone,
Just wondering what your diet was directly after leaving the hospital?
I was not allowed anything to eat or drink on my surgery day. They had some lemon swabs I could use to moisten my mouth, but that was it. The 2 days after surgery were Clear Liquids only. Starting day 3 until day 23 I could have "full liquids" like Protein Shakes.

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24 hours after surgery I wasn't allowed anything until I had my barium xray to make sure I didn't have a leak. Then I was given Clear Liquids to include Jello day 2 in the hospital drinking every 15 minutes 1oz, full liquids started towards the end of day two maybe dinner? Then day 3 in hospital was full liquids and drinking every 15 minutes 1oz. At home was 1 week on full liquids, 3 weeks on pureed, 3 weeks on soft, and currently introducing solid at a very slow pace. Honestly I'm terrified I'll start to gain if I introduce too many new things. What I'm eating now works. Tuesday is 10 weeks post op.

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Ours was much the same as in the hospital, after getting through the leak test. Generally soft and sloppy but fairly varied - Soups, strained of any chunks at first, yogurt, eggs, oatmeal, cream of wheat, chicken or tuna salad, flaky fish, Protein Drinks, of course, as that is a major Protein source for a while. We could go back and forth between liquids and soft stuff as we could tolerate, some could progress a bit quicker than others and that was expected, Then most anything else added in after a month.

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Sleeve.

2 weeks of liquids only. Then 2 weeks of soft foods.

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Please check in with your nutritionist to see what you will be able to eat and how you need to progress back to solids.

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Posted (edited)

Clear liquid diet day 1-3, then day 4-14 a full liquid diet. Day 14-35 a pureed diet. After Day 35 and on, solid foods with 80 to 100g Protein (I consume about 65g though), 7-13 servings vegetables/fruits.

Edited by Tomo
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