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carolthecook
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I tried scrambled eggs (very softly cooked) at about 2 weeks and was fine with it but everyone is different. I may have been lucky that I haven’t encountered many problems with eating all food groups. Many people tell me of their intolerances to meat, bread, pasta etc etc. I think the thing to remember is that it is almost as if we’re being weaned again (like babies) and sometimes we’re ready for a food and sometimes we’re not. The thing is if you don’t get on with it at a certain stage don’t ditch it for good….try it again a bit later and you may be surprised that it is then ok. You wouldn’t expect a child to never eat a food again just because of one or two poor experiences and good food habits need to be developed slowly over time. Don’t be in a mad race to the tape Helen, under 2 weeks is a very short time after surgery…you have all the rest of your life to eat well again. Good luck Carol x

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