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Not a lot I can add really, just that when I went through it I realised that I was eating too quickly. When I went back to using a teaspoon, chewing properly and eating slowly it settled down again. I think maybe we are so used to wolfing down anything in sight that we don’t realise how quickly we try to eat even after surgery. Well that was so in my case anyway. As for feeling tired Jacqui yes I had that too, I couldn’t understand why because I was/am sleeping much better since surgery than I did before. Yet even now on occasions my get up and go is just gone. I’m lucky in that I only have myself to think of most of the time so I can just do what I can when I can and leave the rest. That’s not easy when you have a child but just try to do only the essential things. Mine is improving and I am becoming more energetic most of the time. Just make sure you are taking your vitamins and drinking enough. If you have had sickness or dumping you need to make an effort to drink more to make up for the fluids you have lost. Just a few thoughts that might help.

Bovrilbody = Ruth xxx

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