I am only 1 month out so please forgive me for my impatience - but when, if ever, do the tummy gurgles go away? Does that mean I am taking bites that are too large or eating too fast or is it normal? Happy Friday to everyone!!!
11 months out and i still have the noises. I take a daily ppi
Nope. Mine diminished a lot since surgery but they still pop up here and there.
HW: 255 (6/5/13), SW: 240 (6/19/13), CW: 169 (9/16/14)
M1: -26, M2: -17, M3: -5, M4: -13 M5: -12 M6: -11 M7: -8
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My mom is 9 years out from her RNY and I can hear her gurgles from across the room on a daily basis. That's one of the reasons I didn't want the RNY. Lucky for me, I do not have this issue. The first few days I did, but I realized it was from eating Sorbitol. Once I quit sorbitol, my tummy was feeling great. No more gurgles.
Lanie; Age: 42; Surgery Date (VSG): 8/12/14 w/complications resulting in RNY next day;
Height: 5' 6" SW: 249 Comfort Zone: 135-140 CW: 138 (3/21/17)
M1: -25 lbs M2: -12 M3: -13 M4: -7 M5: -11 M6: -10 M7: -7 M8: -7 M9: -3 M10: -8 M11: -4 M12: -4
5K PR - 24:15 (4/23/16) First 10K - 53:30 (10/18/15)
I am only 3 months out, so I get them a lot, and it bothered me in the beginning. At my one month checkup, I asked about it and Dr. Binenbaum said I may have them forever. So, I decided to like them. They don't hurt, and I think of them as a reminder to eat slowly, chew a lot and stop before I finish if I start to get uncomfortable.