Vomiting and Nausea After Obesity Surgery
Vomiting and nausea are possible side effects of procedures that reduce stomach size. Vomiting is most common during the first few months after surgery, the usual period in the small stomach. Vomiting can be caused by eating very difficult foods, or by eating too fast or too much, taking too large donuts, or not chewing food enough. Vomiting may also result from fluid loss. To prevent vomiting, attention should be paid to signs of satiety, slow eating and plenty of fluids should be consumed.