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First off, Does Taco Bell have nutricion information on their store Medifast menu? Looking forward for any answer or 2. Second question.. Just want to share that I'm a little over 8 weeks post op and last night for the first time I experienced dumping. I thought I was going to die. The thing that really sucks is that I really can't figure what set it off because I didn't eat anything that I haven't already eaten. Anyway, just wanted to share...

Comments (8)

Of course! however you might want to make sure and wait for someone else here to confirm it as I am on the fence. Better yet, why don't you ask the Medifast guys because they can assist you better...

Comment #1

I had the same problem with the protein shakes I was taking. Had no problems the first few weeks, but for some reason my body started rejecting them. I have no idea why this happened...

Comment #2

I agree dumping sucks....

It may be combination of what you ate..

Where eating two things together at one time may keep you under the "safe" amount of could be that one of those things is on the higher end of sugars.....and if you have it with soemthing different...which is also in the higher end of dump..

Log what you eat and keep an eye on those sugars....


You dont' have to go through that often.....


Comment #3

I have had dumping twice. The second time was on chicken that was just too dry. I only had maybe 3 little bites and I seriously thought I was going to die. I was at work to make it even worse. Needless to say whenever I have chicken now it is very, very moist...

Comment #4

*hugs* Hopefully you don't have to experience that again...

Comment #5

How long does the "dumping" last? What does it entail? Sorry you had to go through sounds like it's fairly common..

Tell me more about your.


Experience. I'm having mine in June and can't wait. Thanks...

Comment #6

Debbie, for me it lasted about 30 minutes. I was in so much pain that I really couldn't tell that it was that time frame, I was only able to tell because I called someone right after it started to find out if there was anything I could do about it. My arms and legs went completely numb and I almost felt like I was having an out of body type experience because I had to focus on other things. I also start hyperventilating which then caused my arms to seize to my chest. I was finally able to get to my bed and when I laid down and breathed a little better it started to go away. That is the worst part of the.


In my opinion that was more painful that right after.


Because I didn't have any drugs for the pain at the time of the dumping...

Comment #7

Wow, thanks for that! I am going to be very careful. I am 3 weeks out and I haven't had dumping yet. Hoping I never do! I.


You are able to find out what caused it and.


It the future. Good luck...

Comment #8

CaruTH sorry you experienced dumping. Sometimes it's not so much what you eat but when..

I'm not an envelope pusher but it has happened three times since my RNY in 2006. The worst being Thanksgiving 2006 thought I couldn't live without cornbread stuffing now know I can and will ;).

Here's how it goes for me: I get sweaty, my heart races and starts to beat out of my chest, I feel like I must lie down immediately (seems to help a bit but not much) and the end product is feeling completely wiped out and/or quick southward elimination of the offending item. It's mostly the passage of time that helps. My worst... that first Thanksgiving lasted 1 hour..

And here's the kicker as a post-op....

You may dump.

You may never dump.

You may dump on something once and never dump on it again.

You may dump on something I can eat oodles of.

I may dump on something you can eat oodles of.

We are at the mercy of The Great Mysterious Pouch ;).


Comment #9

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.