Yep, but you might wanna make sure and wait for someone else here to confirm this as I am unsure of myself. Better yet, why don't you call the Medifast guys because they can answer your Medifast question better...
Yes, bring it back up.. it's not worth being sick over.. this to shall pass....
Let your pouch do it's job for now hun, if something disagrres it is better to let it come out naturally. Your be in a lot less pain afterwards..
Chilli is not out of the question altogether, just might need a little more time, try again in a few weeks you will find your pouch tolerates somethings after a few SMALL attempts, dont let one bout of sickness put you off things for good.....
And trying I am afraid.....
I am about 9 mths out now and I expierence this off an on.
In the begining though I had this issue really bad all the time and I just would keep trying it.
But I would bring it back up if it's making you sick and feel so bad then listen to your body.
I made tacos one night and they tasted so good and I tried to have left over taco meat the next day and it all came back up for some reason my body didnt want it and I did do what my body was telling me to do best of luck..
I personally try to get up and walk around. I usually have my hand on my belly, hoping that encourages the Medifast food to empty. (As if that helps!) After about 5 minutes of.
Around, 90% of the time the Medifast food stays down..
I try to think for a minute before every I eat and go over my rules..
1. Savor each bite and don't just bolt the Medifast food down..
2. Chew, chew, chew..
3. Listen to my pouch. Sometimes the message seems a little delayed and I eat 3-4 bites too many, ending up a little uncomfortable..
4.Tiny sips of water just if my mouth is dry..
5. Take 3 small bites and wait 3 minutes to see if my pouch likes what I am eating. I know by then and 50% of the time end up not eating that Medifast food item and having a protein bar, shake, crackers and cheese, or yogurt instead..
This seems to help me. I.
It applies to you, I'm a lot further out now. You should be pretty much healed at this point so I think the main thing is slow, chew, and the 3 bite rule. Let me know if this works for you!.
Thanks for all your replies everyone. I ended up losing it. And felt better almost immediately. It wanted out. I put the left over chili in the freezer so maybe will try again another time. I have eaten chili several times before with no problem but when I make homemade chili I never use the same ingredients.
Maybe I just ate too fast. I am glad that is over with and we all know it is a.
Yeait is my experience that if I let it come out, I feel so much better afterwards. No one likes getting sick but sometimes our bodies are trying to tell us, hey, get this out of me. Glad you are feeling better...
We are a bunch of bulimics.....(jk!) I too would vomit! Soon as it's out, you feel better!.
Good luck to ya!.
I am like jerry seinfeld I refuse to throw up, no way no how, have done it once since I had.
(2 yrs out now) of course I dont push it but sometimes things just dont sit well, I back off, walk around, lay down (whichever feels better), wait a bit then slowly sip water with hopes that I can push it down in the right direction. I guess I never overdue it that requires vomiting. I positively hate it and refuse to do it, not sure if I am just damn lucky or realize I have annoyed my pouch soon enough that I dont have to, sorry you had to experience that, best of luck..