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SJ
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I think you are a bypasser, aren’t you?

Lasagne and potato are slider type foods, often we are able to eat more of such things even early post op. Try not to worry, but also be careful not to over eat, listen to your body, eat consciously without distractions if you can. Lasagne can be quite high in fat though, so good to avoid if you can to avoid any unpleasant reactions…!

As you progress, try to eat firmer foods, and you should find that textured food is much harder to slip down thereby making you eat less.

Are you eating more because you want to, because you can or because you feel hungry? How did you feel afterwards, any pain or discomfort? Did you stop eating because you felt full or because you thought you should stop? I think if you are worried, then speak to the team to put your mind at rest.

SJ
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