Why do I have so much gas ten years after gastric bypass surgery
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replied June 27th, 2014
Thank you for asking!
gastric bypass surgery means decreasing food transit time and less time for the food to be digested so incomplete digestion leads to such troubles and they are very common. Keeping diet soft and fibrous rich is the only solution here. Plenty of fluids and following and IBS and functional bowel dietary plan is the key here.
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