Has anyone here had complications long-term?

Sasq
on 11/2/20 6:45 am
VSG on 10/05/19

I am a little over a year post sleeve and am wondering if anyone here has experienced complications after a year out? If so, what were your complications if you don't mind sharing? I am feeling especially nauseous and have been vomiting.

hollykim
on 11/3/20 3:32 pm - Nashville, TN
Revision on 03/18/15
On November 2, 2020 at 2:45 PM Pacific Time, Sasq wrote:

I am a little over a year post sleeve and am wondering if anyone here has experienced complications after a year out? If so, what were your complications if you don't mind sharing? I am feeling especially nauseous and have been vomiting.

dehydration can cause nauseA. Are you getting 64+ oz of sf liquid a day?
ulcers can also cause nausea.

 


          

 

Sasq
on 11/12/20 6:49 am
VSG on 10/05/19

I am not drinking 64 oz or more a day. So hard for me to do. I didn't think about dehydration or even an ulcer.

White Dove
on 11/4/20 4:51 am

You can have complications for the rest of your life. But most of the time, there is something else going on. You could be dehydrated, you might have picked up a stomach flu, a sinus drainage can cause nausea. You might have eaten something that your body did not tolerate. Vomiting is not normal and I would suggest calling your doctor.

Real life begins where your comfort zone ends

Sasq
on 11/12/20 6:52 am
VSG on 10/05/19

I am leaning towards dehydration but you are right, I should call my doctor as the nausea continues.

Veggiewoman
on 11/4/20 6:43 am
RNY on 01/01/14

I was fairly careful to take vitamins for several years but as my drinking got worse my self care also suffered.

My last labs ( about a year ago ) showed depleted iron and b12 levels which led to early fatigue and seeming depression.

i took a multi-iron supplement not elemental iron which we can't absorb and used vitamin b12 chews and feel mostly fine though I do still get tired in the afternoon.

Sasq
on 11/12/20 6:55 am
VSG on 10/05/19

I have been good about the vitamins but still get tired. I do have depression and have for years.

hollykim
on 11/12/20 8:27 am - Nashville, TN
Revision on 03/18/15
On November 12, 2020 at 2:55 PM Pacific Time, Sasq wrote:

I have been good about the vitamins but still get tired. I do have depression and have for years.

dehydration causes tiredness.

 


          

 

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