I’m not even sure how to describe this feeling. I’m not sure of what it is, but it’s like I’m being pulled, stretched, and compressed all at once.
This is because nausea is actually the feeling many people have after having a gastric sleeve, a surgery that’s meant to reduce the size and number of the stomach’s food-producing muscle. Gastric sleeve surgery is incredibly rare, and it’s thought to be one of the most painful surgical procedures performed on the human body. The vast majority of people who undergo the procedure feel better within a few weeks, but it can cause a few lingering side effects like nausea and/or vomiting.
This is due to the loss of the stomach’s natural lining. The gastroplasty procedure is performed by removing the stomach’s natural lining, which is what makes any sudden change in size and number of stomachs a big deal. The procedure is also used for other surgeries like removing a kidney and removing some of the contents of one’s bowels like that.
Gastric sleeve surgery is the same surgery as gastric bypass, but instead of removing your entire stomach, the doctors cut out the top part of the stomach to let the stomachs natural lining grow back. It’s the equivalent of a new stomach, and in most cases is just as effective.
If you want to add to your already-existing stomach, don’t be fooled by the small size of the stomach. As the stomach is not made of solid matter, the bottom part of it will grow. It will be a matter of time before the stomach gets the proper size again, and if your stomach is not designed to be like a stomach, it may turn out to be more like a stomach.
In the case of the stomach, the surgery is not very complicated. It only takes a couple of days for the surgery to be completed. The only problem is that it takes a couple of days after the surgery to be fully healed. There are actually several ways to recover from the gastric sleeve surgery. You can either take an oral medication or an enema.
These days, I’m a fan of taking an anti-inflammatory and eating a raw green smoothie if you want to avoid having to take an enema. I was surprised when I was told, in the pre-surgery interview, that my stomach would have to be fitted to fit my stomach. I thought it would be like a “bikini” for my stomach, and I might get a few “breast implants” for a few weeks.
The actual surgery itself is pretty minimal. The surgeon takes a small incision and stitches you in. He doesn’t put any metal on you. I was in the waiting room, and I saw a friend who had the surgery. I have to say, I’m not really bothered by it. I got over the nausea and I’m not having any more post-gastric sleeve pain.
My surgery was as minimal as possible. In fact the only thing I had to wear was a mask, and that was it. The g-tube was pretty small. I didnt even get a chance to go down to the operating room. The only thing I couldnt do was eat or drink. I did take some pain meds, but I dont think I need them too much. The only thing I could do was go to the gym.
My surgery was as minimal as possible.