Bypass complication

Steven354
on 3/3/18 12:56 pm, edited 3/3/18 12:58 pm

Partial obstruction; cat scan shows "fluid filled excluded stomach Mildly diated"

cat scan was done after fasting for six hours. Anybody hear of this? Had RNY bypass 1 1/2 yr ago and two SBO since then with one resection. Thank you?

Stitch83
on 3/3/18 6:59 pm
RNY on 02/26/18

Sorry to hear you're going through this, that's no fun! I don't know anything about it all though, sorry.

HW: 285 SW: 260 CW: 209 Dr. Grantcharov, St. Michael's

Referral: May 2017 Orientation: June 5/17 Nurse: Aug. 17/17 Doctor/Dietician/SW finished by Dec. 11/17 Surgical Ed. Class: Dec. 18/17 Surgeon: Jan. 9/18 Surgery: February 26, 2018!!

SweetRide1
on 3/4/18 4:48 am
RNY on 01/16/18

I had a small bowel obstruction at 3 days after my initial surgery. Luckily they were able to go back in through the initial ports and fix it without a huge operation. My bowel had twisted at the new connection. It was untwisted and everything started working properly again.

I was told that it could happen again and I needed to be on the lookout for symptoms in the future. I'm only 7 weeks out from surgery and so far so good.

From my reading I have discovered that it is an uncommon, but not unheard of, complication from RNY.

Referral - May 31/17; Orientation - June 15/17; First Appt Nurse - June 26/17; Bloodwork and ECG - June 27/17; Sleep Study - July 5/17; Dietician Appt - July 10/17; Counsellor Appt - July 10/17; Abdominal Ultrasound - July 10/17: Endoscopy/Colonoscopy - July 25/17; Second Dietician Appt - September 14/17; Internist Appt - October 2/17; Meet the Surgeon - November 21/17; Pre Surgery Nutrition Class - January 12/18; Surgery - January 16/18

quutgrrl
on 3/9/18 7:08 am

I had it too. They say its partially because you don't sip sip sip enuf lol. No issues in the eight years since ( thank God)

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