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jackieH
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I suffer with “floating stools” Its embarrassing, particularly at work as they don’t go with the first flush and the system seems to take ages to refill and I have to hope and prey it will go with the second one! I’m taking it that this is normal after a bypass and not an indication of a problem. I am now nine months post bypass and have lost nearly six stone.

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