LOL, lettuce can travel fast sometimes ! Bananas too for me.
Eating something you were afraid to eat before surgery is a bit stressful, but what a kick when you pass it through just fine !
I remember being terrified to eat a donair after my surgery. A donair is a pita filled with spiced beef in a sweet sauce, with tomatoes and onions. They are awesome. I ate the thing and prepared to die during the night....I was thrilled to have no side effects at all. Promptly ate another one in celebration.
I agree that a donair is tastier than the average salad. Next time you guys are in the Maritimes I'll treat ya !
Some foods do seem to travel faster than others, although it probably depends on what's in the pipe at the time. Take your time reintroducing foods you like and I bet you'll be pleased at all the variety you can eat again.
2 RIS K, eat a nice slice of tomato and see what happens....they are pretty soft and easy to digest. I bet you have no trouble...at least I hope so....
I'm so glad you've had a successful experience!!!
I am NEVER eating broccolli again..nope. It's been hours and hours later and I am miserable. OUCH!!!
You continue with your salads and ENJOY!!! Maybe after I'm over this trauma and feeling brave (which will not be for quite some time), I may...MAY...attempt whole bites of lettuce. I'm not a huge salad fan anyway.
Man this gas stuff HURTS!!!! Boo-Hoo!!!!!!!!!!
*ignore the smiling smurf...he's currently pouting*