These patient stories are from real patients who have had weight loss surgery. Actual results after surgery will vary with each individual. The opinions expressed by patients should not be taken as medical advice. All surgery presents risk. Weight, age, and medical history determine your specific risks. Consult your doctor to see if weight loss surgery may be right for you.


Transcript: Adding foods after surgery

When it came to eating soft foods, I started out with a scrambled egg. I could only eat half of the scrambled egg. Your eyes are bigger than your stomach. You think well I’m going to eat this egg and maybe a little oatmeal. You might get two bites in at first. But you know, it really wasn’t a problem or an issue, I knew that my food had to be soft enough so that it would go down smoothly without bothering my stomach. 

I don’t have any problem eating anything now except maybe pasta. Which I try not to eat, or bread. But I usually stick to chicken, turkey and fish. Things that I know go down easily because if I try something once and it doesn’t go down or it gives me an issue, I don’t mess with it again.