Do the tummy gurgles ever go away?

Pamela M.
on 9/26/14 1:43 am - Atlanta, GA
VSG on 08/25/14

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!!!

       

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Lemily
on 9/26/14 2:00 am
VSG on 01/16/14

im 8 months out...still have them as we speak. Are you taking a PPI? If not, maybe consult your surgeon for one.

    
Pamela M.
on 9/26/14 3:09 am - Atlanta, GA
VSG on 08/25/14

Yes, I take prescription-strength Prilosec.  It is definitely a reminder to eat correctly but I just hate that it reminds everyone else in the room too - ha ha.  Thank you for your response.

       

The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.   Henry David Thoreau

changingmylife4ever
on 9/26/14 8:37 am

11 months out and i still have the noises. I take a daily ppi

G5x5
on 9/26/14 2:10 am - VA

 Nope.  Mine diminished a lot since surgery but they still pop up here and there.

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civilmomma
on 9/26/14 2:12 am
VSG on 03/07/14

6m out and still have them.  beverages are worse for me.  I think I swallow too much air.

I do not have acid issues.

 

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faylavi
on 9/26/14 2:16 am - Laurel, MD

3 years out and I still get them.

          

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iloveravens
on 9/26/14 2:37 am
RNY on 08/13/14

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.

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JoeyJo
on 9/26/14 2:37 am - NJ

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. 

summer24
on 9/26/14 2:55 am

6+ years out and I do have them, but infrequently and ever so more quietly, almost like a normal stomach :)

It does get better, but for years, I was soooo embarrassed by them!

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