Sorry I can't be much help, but was it easy being pregnant and having had the surgery? We just found out that we are pregnant and I'm concerned I won't get the right amount of nutrition to the babyView Thread
I'm two and a half years out from gastric bypass. Every single morning I get diarrhea after the first thing I eat or drink (including water). Sometimes right when I wake up and then after I eat or drink. Some times it lasts all morning. This week it has been going on until noon and sometimes later. No matter what I eat or drink! I don't know what to do, I'm not sure if there are any remedies or detoxes. I can't go for a morning run because by the time I get to the trail I have cramps and diarrhea. I can't get an extra early start on a road trip or any kind of activity with my husband because of it either. I'm so frustrated!View Thread
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