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    Default Alcohol | Gastric Sleeve Surgery | Questions and Answers

    Good Morning
    I made this video for those of you that have questions about Alcohol and how it relates to your Gastric Sleeve

    Watch it here: https://youtu.be/H_kCBPN8n1c

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    Do you guys know how long does it take to recover from a gastric sleeve? I was told that it takes around 2 weeks, but a friend of mine told me that it took him 2 months to fully recover.

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    Default Re: Alcohol | Gastric Sleeve Surgery | Questions and Answers

    Oh fuck, having a gastric sleeve surgery is awful! My sister had it, and she recovered in like 3 weeks, but her overall being was terrible after the surgery. Also, she was, and still is, a big fan of alcohol, especially gin, ha-ha-ha! I think it runs in the family, not gonna lie! So, yeah, she couldn't obviously drink alcohol after the surgery cause it wasn't allowed! But good that she's fully recovered now, and we can enjoy our gin Copas together, ha-ha! Btw, it's her birthday soon, and I was thinking about getting her a gin-related present, maybe a decanter? Do you guys know any companies that make personalized gin decanters? I found this one online, baliandboo.com, but I'm not sure if it's of good quality. Any opinions?


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