I have been having a tough week. Surgery was on May 12th and I am beginning to think something is wrong. From the very first time I was given anything to drink or eat, I could not feel my stomach. If I gulped water (to test the pouch) there was no reaction. No pain, no discomfort, no feeling of fullness. Same thing with eating. First time I had a pudding, there was no feeling of fullness or need to stop eating. I stopped because the pudding was gone not because I was full. If there was more I could have and would have eaten. According to the literature, meals should be between 1/4 and 1/2 cup. Should I feel full after that or not? Remember it has only been two weeks but this dilemma has been going on for the entire time. It terrifies me because of the potential to not lose the weight. Today I ate a bag of popcorn hoping for some serious pain, but nothing happened. I am seriously upset. Help.
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