Is it possible to suddenly develop an intolerance to a food? I was doing fine on any and all meat. Steak, roast, ham, hamburger, pork chops. Anything. I cut it small, chewed it until it was ground, and for about 2 1/2 weeks or a little more I've been eating it fine. but then last Thursday I had a food blockage. Then yesterday I dumped twice. Once it was on beef roast with some gravy over it, then it was on a little bit of ham I ate. I'm wondering if it's possible to develop an intollerance to something you've before eaten just fine with no problems. I'm avoiding meats at this point and eating other protein sources for now until I can figure this out. My dumping isn't too bad. I get the hiccups every time, some chest pain, salivate until I do a quick and fast vomit (hardly ever get much up) and then it's over. I've only had one real major dump, and then the food blockage. I'm almost 5 weeks out now. I always try to identify what I did, behavior or food, that could have caused the dump so I can resolve the problem to avoid it. I know it won't always be smooth sailing. My first month here was easy food wise. I could eat pretty much anything no problem. Suddenly I'm having a few problems and can't figure this out. I went to liquids for the night once I dumped the second time in the day and just had some crackers and PB which went fine. Just wondering what other's experience is on this. Anything is appreciated! Thanks!
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