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I remember the first time I went to my first social event after my op and I was really worried to about eating and how I would cope but I got threw it and came out the othere side. I made wise choices on what I ate, stuff that I knew agreed with me and just remembered to eat slowly and chew everything well but I did no exactly where the loo’s were just in case, so if you are careful and know your limits and do what you do at home when knowing when to stop eating you will be ok. I also keep a food diary and write down everything that goes into my mouth, I just like to be in control and like Katy I can see what triggers what does not agree with me because still after a 14 months since my op I still get things that make me dump or foam. I have been away staying with my children a few times now since my op and I find that when I am away I do more so watch what I eat and eat more slowly and chew more than I do at home and I have never had any dumping or foaming with them. My advice is just relax and enjoy yourself be aware of what you are eating but don’t let it spoil the day and you will be fine.

Elaine xx

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