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Paul-H
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Hi Eilish

Someone has to ask this and it might as well be me, but why was you trying to eat “nything and any amount I wished” almost as soon as you had your bypass, could it be you streched the hole and the pouch by eating too much too soon? sorry just don’t understand why you where not restricting what you where eating in the first place. Thats why they tell you to only dish yourself up very small amounts, after only two weeks you should probably still be on little more than a ramakin of liquidised food, so you don’t force yourself to eat more just because you can.

Sorry for the way this sounds, I just don’t understand why you would go through a bypass and then not put any restrictions on what you eat as soon as its done or within two weeks of it being done.

Paul

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