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Ganny
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Hi John,
Don’t know about the band, only know about the bypass and I have found that I can drink a “fizzy” drink as long as it has been sitting a little while and a lot of the fizz has gone, if I forget to leave it for a while I get a lot of pain in my pouch I presume where it fizzy’s up and it bloats me out as after all it is gas I am putting down there, so I don’t very often have anything fizzy. If I am out and I have wine with soda or lime and soda or if I feel really naughty half a cider I have loads of ice with them all takes the fizz away and dilutes them. Sure someone will tell you more.
Elaine xx

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