of course it's a Saturday and I'm having trouble keeping my optifast down. Started with trots, that's passed but last night and this morning, I'm having trouble keeping the shake down.
Could I be reacting to it, or is this typical? I wish I could talk to the clinic, surgery is less than a week away.
Are you vomiting? If you can't keep it down, you might be lactose intolerant or have the 'flu? If you just can't stomach it, try stirring a teaspoon of cocoa in it. Also I know it's Saturday, so you probably can't get answers from your clinic, but there are alternatives such as a strict low carb diet. If you think it's lactose intolerance, try lacteeze drops or chewables until you can talk to your clinic. I hope you feel better soon. The road can be rough but it is worth it.
Referred January 7/17, Orientation Humber May 28/17, Meet Dr. August 4/17, TRIO November 3/17, Internist November 21/17, Surgeon again December 21/17, Pre-op assessment January 4/18 and Surgery January 12/18.
Try it with some sugarless syrup and mix in a blender with lots of ice. That could help?
RNY Jan 16/17 Surgery @ St. Mikes with Dr. Rotstein. Pre-Surgery -20lbs & Optifast -15lbs. Year 1 Loss after RNY: 131lbs
**Half the woman I was**
What day are you on?
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
If you are vomiting optifast back up, for next 2 days until you can talk to your clinic, take beef bouillon/consommé broth, and vegetable broth, and drink a lot to stay hydrated. Some clinics allow patients to munch on mini cucumbers for the crunch... won't harm you over next day and a half to skip the optifast and go on broths and a cucumber irvtwo. Monday you get help via phone.
If you Google the Toronto eating for health guidelines booklet there's recipes in there for making a Optifast hot chocolate and Optifast pudding.