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Things You Can Eat After Gastric Bypass Surgery
First week post surgery eating? What can you eat within the first week of having gastric bypass surgery?
Im 4 months out of gastric bypass surgery, is there way your ouch can stretch so you eat more and wont lose weight?
Bariatric surgery: Yes. Of course. Many fail by eating too much and too often. ...Read more
Get an endoscopy: A few things can cause upper chest or abdominal pain several years after a bypass. A marginal ulcer can occur at the anastomosis. The symptoms would occur more frequently after meals. Pain is usually the main symptom. A stricture could also occur, which would typically result from an ulcer. Have your symptoms evaluated with an upper scope. In the meantime use an OTC med like Prilosec or Nexium (esomeprazole). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
8-9 calories per lb: We have been doing indirect calorimetey on postop bariatric patients. We are finding a total metabolism of about 8-9 calories per pound. So, if you are now 200 lb, them you would ear about 1700 cal per day to maintain your weight. If you wanted to lose wt, then you can eat 1200-1400 cal per day. Eating 400 fewer cal per day would allow you to lose 1 pound in 9 days (3500 cal for 1 lb). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No matter what I eat or how much I eat I get nauseated. I had gastric bypass surgery 18 months ago. What could be causing my nausea?
Gallstones or ulcer: Nausea after gastric bypass is not normal. Most common is small stones or sludge in gallbladder. Also consider ulcer (must avoid aspirins and tobacco). Less common might include bowel obstruction, medication-related, and constipation. Of course, you will need to see your doctor about this. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My body doesn't tolerate iron pills. Do intravenous do the same things to my body as the pills do? I had gastric bypass surgery 3 yrs ago.
Iv and oral iron OK: Oral iron causes some constipation. Some companies make a chewable chocolate version that is quite tolerable (bariatric advantage). When the iron is quite low, the intravenous route is the best way to recover. However, you should then start an oral regimen. In bypass patients, a low copper level could inhibit absorption of iron. You might take a copper supplement also. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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