My husband had sleeve surgery a little over 4 weeks ago. He is VERY concerned, as am I, about how much he is vomiting. It is almost a daily occurrance. Usually several times a day. He just never feels "normal". He is concerned that he will never feel "normal" again. I am as encouraging as I can be and try to explain that he is still in the healing process and that it will get better.
Most people will post a response to this and say "call your dr, it could be a leak". He went to the ER and had a CT scan last week. There is no leak.
He is able to drink low-acid orange juice blended with ice and he drink quite a bit of that. He works on getting a good amount of protein down every day. He can eat a half container of yogurt. But anything other than OJ and yogurt, he throws back up.
I did notice that he posted on this forum before, but no one really responded.
Does ANY ONE have ANY suggestions on what to do for the nausea?
Was anyone else as nauseous as this? He is nauseous ALL THE TIME!!! And tired. Very tired.
He also had a break down while grocery shopping and called me and said he realized that he would never eat a "meal" again. Is anyone out there who is more than a few weeks out that can shed some light on what life is like further out. Can you eat a "meal"?