I am 8 weeks post opp and its been a hard road for me. I have lost 45 pounds. I was in for a scope on dec17 and ended up with a tear from it and was put back in the hospital for a week. I did not end up having another operation to fix it thank god. It healed. I am doing a lot better now. still having some trouble eating somethings but i just take it slow. I had a question. I hope someone can answer. How long before you can have a drink of wine of or other short of alc. bev. I would like to have one drink for the new year if i canView Thread
I am 8 weeks post opp and i felt this way as well i found that if i put lotion or bio oil on it it helped it from feeling like it was going to rip open but i would still get it look at if it hurts that much View Thread
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