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LOL… not clever but here goes….

The gastric capsules I am now on I believe work into the bloodstream and will find their way to our secluded stomach.
They are supposed to cure ulcers and all osrts of other complications when taken for about two weeks..

Its not necesarily true just because the tablet does not get into the stomach you wont find a cure… Liqiuids like gaviscon and the likes will be different because of what they are.

Failing that, I have just had an IV at A&E of the same thing and antibiotics to fight an infection…. and have managed to come home in some comfort…….

Some people are actually quite familiar with bariatric surgery in A& E, where as your GP might not be….

If your still signed on with your surgical team and having problems let them know as soon as you can.
Otherwise, I think you might find a lot of old niggling conditions seem to fade away . fingers crossed….

Good luck

Buzz xx

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