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Lauren
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@DonnaB 23548 wrote:

Hi,

If I could eat that I would be very happy, I eat one or two mouthfuls of any solid food and instantly get a pain in my chest and back then bring it up along with lots of white bubbly stuff (sorry for that detail), it’s really getting me down now as I am hungry and the nurse said I will start to loose muscle and nit fat, I plan to go and get another half a ml out in the next few days

Donna xxx

Hi Donna

that bubbly stuff is what’s known as frothing. It is your digestive juices going into overdrive as it tries to break down the food. It could be that although you are not eating much, you might still be eating it too quickly and not chewing it sufficiently. Might be worth trying to take AGES to chew the food to see how that goes?

Doodah x

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