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Lauren
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@penny 34828 wrote:

hi there glad your doing ok, merry christmas to all, i agree Boo its been hard with all the goodies around I have done fantastic with the food and it has not worried me at all, there was only one day christmas eve i thought I would try some chedders and i paid for that for a few hours so never again,and the drink I tried a glass of wine with my mash and brussels christmas dinner , it was ok but it did affect me i felt quite weak and thirsty, so back to the plan milky drinks and all is well, my pain is easing and i feel so much better, my stomach is still sore but that is a lot better as well, have a great new year eve all, lots of love penny xxx

It’s recommended that you don’t try alcohol for at least a year post surgery. I know some people find that really tough, especially at times like Christmas/New Year etc. I’m glad your first Christmas wasn’t too bad! Good old milky drinks. They are my lifeline. Plus porridge, which I have every day with some nuts and fresh fruit. It will all get a bit easier every day.

Doodah x

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