Question: Can you ever drink soda after gastric bypass?

Many patients find carbonated beverages uncomfortable from the gas they produce, which could also cause some expansion of the stomach pouch. We ask that patients do not risk stretching their pouch and refrain from drinking all carbonated beverages after surgery.

When can I drink soda after bariatric surgery?

Youre not allowed any carbonated beverages for the first month after gastric sleeve surgery. This is because carbonation can seriously upset your stomach when consumed so soon after surgery.

Can I drink fizzy drinks after gastric bypass?

As your diet becomes more solid and you progress through the stages, it is still important to maintain your fluid intake. Suitable choices would include water, no-‐added sugar squash, tea and coffee and up to 1/2 a litre skimmed/semi-‐skimmed milk per day. Avoid fizzy drinks as these may cause discomfort.

Can you drink soda after surgery?

Day 1 – The First Day After Your Surgery Youll be allowed thicker liquids and some solid foods today; be sure to only drink or eat as much as is comfortable. Avoid drinking carbonated drinks. If you feel nauseous, dont eat or drink for about an hour and the nausea may subside.

Can I eat pizza after bariatric surgery?

Pizza and pasta are normally favorites, but after bariatric surgery, they should be consumed in moderation. If you are having pizza, order a thin crust and add veggies and lean meats, such as chicken or Canadian bacon. Overall, you should choose a menu item that is centered on protein, like grilled chicken or seafood.

Can you ever eat normally after gastric bypass?

You can usually start eating regular foods about three months after surgery. At each stage of the gastric bypass diet, you must be careful to: Drink 64 ounces of fluid a day, to avoid dehydration. Sip liquids between meals, not with meals.

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