How long after getting a gastric bypass can I start eatin solid food again?

Follow your doctor. Please follow the advice of your surgeon. Your surgeon should dictate above the rest. Because there is no consensus.

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5 yrs. Postop gastric bypass, not able to have solid food 3 months, now passing old stool and have anastomotic ulcer. Blockage possible?

Anastomotic ulcer. Yes. A blockage or narrowing of your gastro jejunal anastomosis can occur if you have an anastomotic ulcer. The ulcer needs to be aggressively treated with proton pump inhibitors and carafate (sucralfate). Also make sure you are not taking any nsaids or smoking. Read more...
You need a scope. You need to have endoscopy done to see if you have an ulcer or a stricture at the site of the stomach-small bowel anastomosis. If this is the case it can be opened with endoscopy (most of the time). You may not have a blockage, but endoscopy is the best way to tell. Read more...

What are some tried and true ways to get adjusted to eating solid foods after having gastric bypass surgery?

Go slow. You may want to slowly broaden the range of foods you eat after the surgery, starting with liquid diet and gradually introduce solid foods as you tolerate them - kind of like you do with a baby transitioning him from breast milk or formula to baby food and then to table food. Read more...
Go slow. Gradually transition your diet. Start with soft food such as baked fish, eggs and canned vegetables. Transition to ground meats and eventually solid meat that you cut.Use small bites the size of peas.Pace yourself. Start at one ounce eaten over 10 min. A 3 ounce solid meal can take 30 min.You should be able to transition to a solid diet by 6 weeks, if not, you may need to have your pouch evaluated. Read more...
Go slow. Go slow. Eat small bites chew very well. Add new foods gradually, i recommend to my patients that the last thing to add is fresh fruits and vegetables. Read more...