div > div {clear:left;} Whenever: your surgeon and anesthesiologist tell you that you can eat last. BypaSSSed, October 23 cookie_path: "/", "@type": "Person", } I had lots of issues with water temperature after surgery. I have the opposite problem. .visely-pagination ul li.active a { background-color: #4c4c4c; } "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T19:32:24+0000", @media only screen and (max-width: 383px) {} I always started my mornings off with something super warm. "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T16:12:33+0000", "author": { Just make sure ... Read More "author": { "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-40312.jpg", "pageStart": 1, "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-72370.jpg", "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/profile/54062-tiffykins/" "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033443", "addressCountry": null googletag.pubads().collapseEmptyDivs(); "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033456", $(".closeMessage").on('click', function(){ var mappingH1; in POST-Operation Weight Loss Surgery Q&A, By .visely-recommendations-container .complete { min-height: 400px; } "text": "Oh and another weird thing, at different times of day I can do more Fluid. csrfKey: "88b9becc5cd378c5d837039f141e2970", I gag if I try to drink soup or broth. Try squeezing half a lemon, or lime, orange, mint leaves, etc into the water. barbieater, September 9 The colder the water the better! !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s){if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod? "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-55632.jpg", But that mostly went away for me and sometimes I\u0027ll have a cup of caffeine-free tea, but not because I can\u0027t drink it cold. Food and Drink After Rhinoplasty. "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-108069.png", I am 7 days out but I have been drinking both since the 24 hour mark when i was finally allowed something. .visely-recommendation-item .badge--sale {margin: 5px; color: #ffffff; border-radius: 5px; display: block; font-size: 13px; padding: 1px 4px; position: absolute; right: 0; text-align: center; text-transform: uppercase; top: 0; min-width: 55px; width:auto; z-index: 3; height: 35px; line-height: 35px;background-color: #e36fab; } Crystal Light) or drinks with NO MORE than 5 calories per 8-ounce serving. window.addEventListener('load', function() {viselyForumInit();}); "text": "I guess I\u0027m an odd ball with this, but at 4 weeks out I can basically drink like I did pre-op. var targetElement = classModifiers[2]; { Cold bottled Water, warm broth, cold tea, warm tea, and cold apple juice is about what I have lived off of. Also, you should try to avoid carbonated beverages for at least four days and alcohol for at least the first 24 hours. .visely-pagination ul { width: 100%; display: table; table-layout: fixed; background-color: #e3e3e3; margin: 0; padding: 0; } I can only have cold or room temp beverages. "@type": "Comment", var targetElement = 'html'; .visely-recommendations-container,.visely-recommendations-title{-webkit-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;-moz-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;-o-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;opacity:0}.visely-recommendations-container{width:100%;max-width:100%;float:left;transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out}.visely-recommendations-title{padding: 10px 0;transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;clear:both;text-align:center}.visely-widget-container .visely-widget-wrapper{position:relative}div.next-arrow,div.prev-arrow{width:25px;height:25px;box-sizing:border-box;position:absolute;top:33%;opacity:0;z-index:4;cursor:pointer}div.next-arrow.complete,div.prev-arrow.complete{-webkit-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;-moz-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;-o-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;opacity:1}div.prev-arrow{left:-15px}div.next-arrow{right:-15px} var detectDevice = function(){ var grabPageWidth = $('body').css('min-width'); return parseFloat(grabPageWidth, 10); } "@type": "Person", // BEGIN Widgets configuration "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T14:16:57+0000", By "author": { "@context": "http://www.schema.org", 3 months out, I can do cold or warm. ;(function(e,t,n,r){e.fn.doubleTapToGo=function(r){if(! "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033429", "@type": "Language", in The Lounge, By Sign up for a new account in our community. googletag.cmd.push(function() { "name": "Weight Loss Surgery Forums" "@type": "Person", "text": "I\u0027m 11 days out and all my drinks are cold, no problems at all with cold from day 1", { // Toggle class "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" just me, March 27, 2013 in Gastric Bypass Forums, hi everyone, i just wanted to know if anyone had problems with cold drinks after surgery? $(".cPost .ipsComment_controls li.ipsHide:only-child").closest('.ipsItemControls').addClass('iIC-no-buttons'); @media only screen and (min-width: 1024px) { .visely-widget-container:before { content: 'large'; } } mapApiKey: '', // BEGIN Polyfill Cold, warm, and room temperature liquids are all fine, and I can take a pretty good pre-op sized swig. googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/BP_Sidebar_125x125_SQ2', [125, 125], 'div-gpt-ad-SQ2').addService(googletag.pubads()); So it sounds like there is a bit of cold sensitivity, especially at first. Worked like a charm for me goodluck!!! I am a food addict. } "@type": "InteractionCounter", "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" var ipsDebug = false; I guess I'm an odd ball with this, but at 4 weeks out I can basically drink like I did pre-op. I can't drink it room temp anymore. "@context": "http://schema.org", Sometimes my tummy still doesn't like really cold Water. } Go now! I will be SO tired! //googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/H1_Header', [[728, 90], [320, 50]], 'div-gpt-ad-1486151375290-0').addService(googletag.pubads()); "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033437", I will be SO tired! "@type": "ContactPage", useCompiledFiles: true, For some reason, cold crystal light never bothered me, just plain cold water. { "potentialAction": { }, { "postalCode": null, "author": { He said your sleeve will be much happier all day if it has something warm first.... something about the mucus lining. "@type": "Person", "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-72370.jpg", Since chewing can be difficult following extraction surgery, chew on the side of your mouth opposite the surgical site. "author": { "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" You don't want to drink water right away after your wisdom teeth removal, make sure you're not bleeding heavy from the extraction. "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033476", .visely-recommendations-container .product__title { margin: 10px 10px 0px; min-height: 60px; color: #2a6496; font-weight: 900; } I still have a cup of tea every night before bed, but that is just to relax. Hoping for the epic headache left over to clear up today-so much work to do.Â, Having a hard time fighting head hunger. Certain studies have suggested that it is better to drink water before surgery. You should drink water afterwards because it clears residue from your teeth. "target": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/search/?q={query}" It's all a head game isn't it? The warmth feels good going down but sits heavy with me. I think a lot of that has to do with my sensitive teeth, and years of not drinking cold, Oh and another weird thing, at different times of day I can do more, Revision Weight Loss Surgery Forums (NEW! In addition to staying hydrated with water after your surgery, the ADA recommends eating nutritious, soft foods to help promote healing and a speedy recovery. var Shopify = Shopify || {}; ips.setSetting( 'emoji_shortcodes', jQuery.parseJSON('"1"') ); Do not drink more than a maximum of 8 to 16 ounces of caffeinated beverages per day. { fbq('init', '1518864288430229'); n.push=n;n.loaded=!0;n.version='2.0';n.queue=[];t=b.createElement(e);t.async=!0; document,'script','https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js'); "@context": "http://schema.org", { } "name": "BariatricPal", K Be Good!, October 13 ouroborous, April 27, 2010 in POST-Operation Weight Loss Surgery Q&A. It will pass. @media screen and (min-width: 1200px) { .visely-widget-container.container.productpage { width: 100% }} "@type": "Person", ips.setSetting( 'totalWeightLost', jQuery.parseJSON('5333123') ); }, Today is day 4 of my liquid diet. }, var relocateSearch = function(){ if (detectDevice() > 25){ $("#elSearch").prependTo(".ipsfocus-search"); } else { $("#elSearch").prependTo(".mobile-search"); } } Oh yeah, that was true for me as well. Clear editor. $(document).ready(function(){ "interactionType": "http://schema.org/FollowAction", "text": "Hey all you sleeve veterans, I have a question. I have drinking like a mad woman, I was mostly afraid of dehydration so anything I could get my hands on I drank..", Follow these guidelines to ensure you stay hydrated after surgery: Drink at least 2 to 3 quarts (64 to 96 ounces) of non-carbonated water/liquid per day. "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T18:16:56+0000", "name": "stcyt", }, "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033424", } else { cachedDevice = newDevice; :sad0: My sleeve is a snob, go figure! ips.setSetting( 'emoji_cache', jQuery.parseJSON('"1"') ); { melyg, November 19 Just rinsing with water shortly after a brew negates this. Is there any problem with drinking cold liquids after the sleeve? ", I think a lot of that has to do with my sensitive teeth, and years of not drinking cold beverages. }, Cold bottled Water, warm broth, cold tea, warm tea, and cold apple juice is about what I have lived off of. googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/BP_Sidebar_300x600_S3', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-ad-S3').addService(googletag.pubads()); The University of Utah advises patients to drink two or three glasses of water and eat a small meal when they return home from the dentist's office. }; I feel your frustration. , involving 15 people, found that drinking cold water made nasal mucous thicker and more difficult to pass through the respiratory tract. "name": "sickofrollercoaster", in PRE-Operation Weight Loss Surgery Q&A, By Right after surgery I drank a lot of hot tea (decaf) instead of water. They make home nugget ice machines. In the first 24 hours after your tooth extraction, you have to be very careful about what you drink. @keyframes fade2 { 0% {opacity: 0;} 5% {opacity: 1;} 55% {opacity: 1;} 60% {opacity: 0;} 100% {opacity: 0;} } }); "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" .visely-pagination button { width: 1px; height:1px; outline:none; margin: 7px 7px; border: none; padding: 5px 5px; cursor: pointer; border-radius: 100%; background: #e3e3e3; min-width: 0px;} "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033493", thank you. It helped relax the stomach. "name": "ouroborous", It's not unusual for your new tummy to be particular about water temperature for a while. .cycle-3 img:nth-of-type(3) { -webkit-animation-delay: -9s; animation-delay: -9s; } For some reason, cold crystal light never bothered me, just plain cold water. ips.setSetting( 'emoji_style', jQuery.parseJSON('"native"') ); "text": "Immediately post-op ice cold stuff didn\u0027t work at all. googletag.pubads().refresh(refresh_slots); This should be done for a few minutes on and a few minutes off repeatedly for the first 24 hours. "@type": "Person", Got over migraines for the most part. { }, And Bypass isn't a cure. { "text": "Oh yeah, that was true for me as well. // END Polyfill googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/BP_Header_900x50_U1', [900, 50], 'div-gpt-ad-U1').addService(googletag.pubads()); Various doctors have said that it's better to have warm water as it helps soothe pain and also helps in partial riddance of period cramps. if(number===0||!isFinite(number)){return number} But, I still prefer room temperature liquids even now. ips.setSetting( 'bypass_profanity', jQuery.parseJSON('0') ); It really is all in my head. }; Soft foods are the way to go as they are easily swallowed. ", It's still a battle though. Started 18 hours ago, By Gradually it has gotten better and I love icy drinks now! In the beginning, it was a lot easier for me (and others have said this too) to drink warm liquids like chicken broth. Room temp was fine, and warm liquids were fabulous. It's amazing. $99 for entire year supply of "1 per Day!" "alternateName": "en-US" I had the exact same problem. I really like the Protein shakes -- if they're cold. k+=1}A.length=len;return A}}())} var cachedDevice = detectDevice(); event.preventDefault(); I find if I try to drink something that is iced with a lot of ice or comes straight from the fridge, my pouch contracts and it is the most painful thing ever. "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-151960.jpg", "@type": "Person", .cycle-2 img {-webkit-animation-duration: 6s; animation-duration: 6s; -webkit-animation-name: fade2; animation-name: fade2; } I LOVE SONIC ICE!!! "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T15:58:35+0000", Sadly, the cheapest one I could find was around 3 grand...\n\nSome day, when I\u0027m rich...\n", It's easy! "interactionType": "http://schema.org/ViewAction", $('.ipsNavBar_primary > ul > li:has(ul)').doubleTapToGo(); "text": "I am 7 days out but I have been drinking both since the 24 hour mark when i was finally allowed something. }, This woman's before and after photos might just do the trick. baseURL: "//www.bariatricpal.com/", "@type": "Comment", "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-109761.jpg", "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" .cycle-3 img {-webkit-animation-duration: 9s; animation-duration: 9s; -webkit-animation-name: fade3; animation-name: fade3; } I drink Vitamin Water and mix it 50/50 with water then stick it in the freezer so it gets slushy the way I like it. "query-input": "required name=query", "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/contact/" "text": "See I had some weird flukey opposite experience. I still have a cup of tea every night before bed, but that is just to relax. i have tried warm water but that also hurts, i have even tried to filter the water thinking maybe it was something in it that sill didnt help. Hey all you sleeve veterans, I have a question. "text": "I think everyone is a little different. "text": "Hey all you sleeve veterans, I have a question. Should not: Patients are asked to not drink or eat for a period of time before surgery to avoid having a full stomach prior to inserting an airway. Is there any problem with drinking cold liquids after the sleeve? }, .visely-pagination { text-align: center; clear: both; } Some stroke conditions include hemorrhagic bleeding which may require immediate surgery and in these cases, it is better to not have water in the system to reduce the potential complication of aspiration under anesthesia.   Pasted as rich text. \n\nI really like my beverages ice cold, for the most part, and I was wondering if there is any temperature sensitivity after the op.\n", }); In the mornings I can\u0027t drink very much, but in the evenings I drink almost like I did preop. It may be easier for the patient to recover from the surgery itself. return(number>0?1:-1)*Math.floor(Math.abs(number))};var maxSafeInteger=Math.pow(2,53)-1;var toLength=function(value){var len=toInteger(value);return Math.min(Math.max(len,0),maxSafeInteger)};return function from(arrayLike){var C=this;var items=Object(arrayLike);if(arrayLike==null){throw new TypeError('Array.from requires an array-like object - not null or undefined')} .visely-recommendation-item .product__image { padding: 5px; position: relative; height: 215px; } I'm going to give it a try! Many people asking a question during the treatment when can I drink soda after tooth extraction after the surgery you should not drink any types of soda carboned drinks and alcohol as well hot and cold coffee or tea will create discomfort,when can I drink soda after tooth extraction after the surgery you should not drink any types of soda carboned "@type": "InteractionCounter", "@id": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/forum/1296-post-operation-weight-loss-surgery-qa/", "@type": "PostalAddress", t.src=v;s=b.getElementsByTagName(e)[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,s)}(window, }, { Love my warm cuppas!! }, cookie_prefix: "ips4_", I can't drink  it room temp anymore. /* Desktop = 30, Tablet = 20, Mobile = 10 */ googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/BP_Sidebar_300x250_S4', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-ad-S4').addService(googletag.pubads()); I have the exact opposite issue. { } else if (modifyClass === 'remove'){ 3 months out, I can do cold or warm. According to the limited available clinical evidence, drinking cold water after a workout has little effect beyond lowering your core temperature more quickly. Bariatric Multivitamins! "pageEnd": 2, "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/profile/109227-wannalise/" "author": { }, Started Yesterday at 04:38 AM, By "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T20:24:17+0000", That might make things a bit more challenging for me; I can drink lots of Water -- if it's cold. var classModifiers = classContent.split(' '); "item": { .visely-widget-container:before { content: 'small'; display: none; } "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033413", I only have trouble with plain Water, tap, bottled, filtered no-matter if it\u0027s water I have trouble, (and I\u0027m 7 months out!) "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/", But that mostly went away for me and sometimes I'll have a cup of caffeine-free tea, but not because I can't drink it cold. .cycle-2 img:nth-of-type(1) { -webkit-animation-delay: -3s; animation-delay: -3s; } --> "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/profile/72370-ouroborous/" var ipsSettings = { "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T14:16:57+0000", $(".cPost .ipsReact .ipsReact_blurb.ipsHide:only-child").closest('.ipsItemControls').addClass('iIC-no-react'); It’s certainly a reasonable question. Even though ice has many health benefits, drinking ice water or cold water can only give temporary relief and drinking ice water regularly has its downside.Here are some reasons why you shouldn’t drink ice or cold water: 1. var mapFn=arguments.length>1?arguments[1]:void undefined;var T;if(typeof mapFn!=='undefined'){if(!isCallable(mapFn)){throw new TypeError('Array.from: when provided, the second argument must be a function')} "name": "wannalise", "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/profile/109227-wannalise/" Bariatric Surgeons: Want to research a weight loss surgery surgeon? You might consider trying some of the following soft foods: I had VSG surgery on 2/26, I drank a cranberry & vodka on St. Patty's Day. ", :001_smile:", .cycle-2 img:nth-of-type(2) { -webkit-animation-delay: -6s; animation-delay: -6s; } MaybeMeow2, Sunday at 12:04 AM You can post now and register later. notification_imgURL: "", var className = classModifiers[0]; It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. They also will tell you if you can drink water. if(typeof(refresh_slots) == "undefined") { For ideas on getting in more water, check out this article in the latest Thinner Times Newsletter. "@type": "Person", I would love to hear everyone's trick on how they fight it.Â, I think everyone is a little different. 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Yes, liquids are recommended after surgery. } I have to say my Stanford bariatric team is amazing and so thorough. } else { ", Gastric Bypass Procedure. They shouldn’t irritate your mouth, and may in fact, sooth your throat. }); And to answer your actual question, I\u0027ve had ice Water with no problem either. .visely-recommendation-item a, .visely-recommendation-item a:hover { text-decoration: none; color: inherit; opacity: 1; } I\u0027ve been lucky that I haven\u0027t found a food or drink intolerance yet. function viselyForumInit() { mappingH1 = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([1024, 768], [728, 90]).addSize([980, 690], [728, 90]).addSize([640, 480], [320, 50]).addSize([0, 0], [320, 50]).build(); But women in many countries around the world have been drinking cold water right after delivery with no known harmful effects. messageDate.setTime(messageDate.getTime() + (126000000)); "@type": "Person", }, @-webkit-keyframes fade3 { 0% {opacity: 0;} 5% {opacity: 1;} 35% {opacity: 1;} 40% {opacity: 0;} 100% {opacity: 0;} } } "@context": "http://www.schema.org", 10/26 Surgery! "text": "From the get go (in the hospital) I sipped on near freezing juice-apple juice over ice chips. }, So, my dear friends ran and got me a bag of sonic ice and I chew chew chewed that and it really helped me! ", "@type": "WebSite", "@type": "Comment", detectDevice(); mapProvider: 'none', in General Weight Loss Surgery Discussions, By Surgery on Tuesday! .ipsLayout_sidebarright .most-popular .visely-recommendations-container > div > div {clear:left;} Whenever: your surgeon and anesthesiologist tell you that you can eat last. BypaSSSed, October 23 cookie_path: "/", "@type": "Person", } I had lots of issues with water temperature after surgery. I have the opposite problem. .visely-pagination ul li.active a { background-color: #4c4c4c; } "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T19:32:24+0000", @media only screen and (max-width: 383px) {} I always started my mornings off with something super warm. "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T16:12:33+0000", "author": { Just make sure ... Read More "author": { "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-40312.jpg", "pageStart": 1, "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-72370.jpg", "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/profile/54062-tiffykins/" "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033443", "addressCountry": null googletag.pubads().collapseEmptyDivs(); "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033456", $(".closeMessage").on('click', function(){ var mappingH1; in POST-Operation Weight Loss Surgery Q&A, By .visely-recommendations-container .complete { min-height: 400px; } "text": "Oh and another weird thing, at different times of day I can do more Fluid. csrfKey: "88b9becc5cd378c5d837039f141e2970", I gag if I try to drink soup or broth. Try squeezing half a lemon, or lime, orange, mint leaves, etc into the water. barbieater, September 9 The colder the water the better! !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s){if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod? "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-55632.jpg", But that mostly went away for me and sometimes I\u0027ll have a cup of caffeine-free tea, but not because I can\u0027t drink it cold. Food and Drink After Rhinoplasty. "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-108069.png", I am 7 days out but I have been drinking both since the 24 hour mark when i was finally allowed something. .visely-recommendation-item .badge--sale {margin: 5px; color: #ffffff; border-radius: 5px; display: block; font-size: 13px; padding: 1px 4px; position: absolute; right: 0; text-align: center; text-transform: uppercase; top: 0; min-width: 55px; width:auto; z-index: 3; height: 35px; line-height: 35px;background-color: #e36fab; } Crystal Light) or drinks with NO MORE than 5 calories per 8-ounce serving. window.addEventListener('load', function() {viselyForumInit();}); "text": "I guess I\u0027m an odd ball with this, but at 4 weeks out I can basically drink like I did pre-op. var targetElement = classModifiers[2]; { Cold bottled Water, warm broth, cold tea, warm tea, and cold apple juice is about what I have lived off of. Also, you should try to avoid carbonated beverages for at least four days and alcohol for at least the first 24 hours. .visely-pagination ul { width: 100%; display: table; table-layout: fixed; background-color: #e3e3e3; margin: 0; padding: 0; } I can only have cold or room temp beverages. "@type": "Comment", var targetElement = 'html'; .visely-recommendations-container,.visely-recommendations-title{-webkit-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;-moz-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;-o-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;opacity:0}.visely-recommendations-container{width:100%;max-width:100%;float:left;transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out}.visely-recommendations-title{padding: 10px 0;transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;clear:both;text-align:center}.visely-widget-container .visely-widget-wrapper{position:relative}div.next-arrow,div.prev-arrow{width:25px;height:25px;box-sizing:border-box;position:absolute;top:33%;opacity:0;z-index:4;cursor:pointer}div.next-arrow.complete,div.prev-arrow.complete{-webkit-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;-moz-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;-o-transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;transition:opacity 1.5s ease-out;opacity:1}div.prev-arrow{left:-15px}div.next-arrow{right:-15px} var detectDevice = function(){ var grabPageWidth = $('body').css('min-width'); return parseFloat(grabPageWidth, 10); } "@type": "Person", // BEGIN Widgets configuration "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T14:16:57+0000", By "author": { "@context": "http://www.schema.org", 3 months out, I can do cold or warm. ;(function(e,t,n,r){e.fn.doubleTapToGo=function(r){if(! "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033429", "@type": "Language", in The Lounge, By Sign up for a new account in our community. googletag.cmd.push(function() { "name": "Weight Loss Surgery Forums" "@type": "Person", "text": "I\u0027m 11 days out and all my drinks are cold, no problems at all with cold from day 1", { // Toggle class "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" just me, March 27, 2013 in Gastric Bypass Forums, hi everyone, i just wanted to know if anyone had problems with cold drinks after surgery? $(".cPost .ipsComment_controls li.ipsHide:only-child").closest('.ipsItemControls').addClass('iIC-no-buttons'); @media only screen and (min-width: 1024px) { .visely-widget-container:before { content: 'large'; } } mapApiKey: '', // BEGIN Polyfill Cold, warm, and room temperature liquids are all fine, and I can take a pretty good pre-op sized swig. googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/BP_Sidebar_125x125_SQ2', [125, 125], 'div-gpt-ad-SQ2').addService(googletag.pubads()); So it sounds like there is a bit of cold sensitivity, especially at first. Worked like a charm for me goodluck!!! I am a food addict. } "@type": "InteractionCounter", "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" var ipsDebug = false; I guess I'm an odd ball with this, but at 4 weeks out I can basically drink like I did pre-op. I can't drink it room temp anymore. "@context": "http://schema.org", Sometimes my tummy still doesn't like really cold Water. } Go now! I will be SO tired! //googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/H1_Header', [[728, 90], [320, 50]], 'div-gpt-ad-1486151375290-0').addService(googletag.pubads()); "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033437", I will be SO tired! "@type": "ContactPage", useCompiledFiles: true, For some reason, cold crystal light never bothered me, just plain cold water. { "potentialAction": { }, { "postalCode": null, "author": { He said your sleeve will be much happier all day if it has something warm first.... something about the mucus lining. "@type": "Person", "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-72370.jpg", Since chewing can be difficult following extraction surgery, chew on the side of your mouth opposite the surgical site. "author": { "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" You don't want to drink water right away after your wisdom teeth removal, make sure you're not bleeding heavy from the extraction. "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033476", .visely-recommendations-container .product__title { margin: 10px 10px 0px; min-height: 60px; color: #2a6496; font-weight: 900; } I still have a cup of tea every night before bed, but that is just to relax. Hoping for the epic headache left over to clear up today-so much work to do.Â, Having a hard time fighting head hunger. Certain studies have suggested that it is better to drink water before surgery. You should drink water afterwards because it clears residue from your teeth. "target": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/search/?q={query}" It's all a head game isn't it? The warmth feels good going down but sits heavy with me. I think a lot of that has to do with my sensitive teeth, and years of not drinking cold, Oh and another weird thing, at different times of day I can do more, Revision Weight Loss Surgery Forums (NEW! In addition to staying hydrated with water after your surgery, the ADA recommends eating nutritious, soft foods to help promote healing and a speedy recovery. var Shopify = Shopify || {}; ips.setSetting( 'emoji_shortcodes', jQuery.parseJSON('"1"') ); Do not drink more than a maximum of 8 to 16 ounces of caffeinated beverages per day. { fbq('init', '1518864288430229'); n.push=n;n.loaded=!0;n.version='2.0';n.queue=[];t=b.createElement(e);t.async=!0; document,'script','https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js'); "@context": "http://schema.org", { } "name": "BariatricPal", K Be Good!, October 13 ouroborous, April 27, 2010 in POST-Operation Weight Loss Surgery Q&A. It will pass. @media screen and (min-width: 1200px) { .visely-widget-container.container.productpage { width: 100% }} "@type": "Person", ips.setSetting( 'totalWeightLost', jQuery.parseJSON('5333123') ); }, Today is day 4 of my liquid diet. }, var relocateSearch = function(){ if (detectDevice() > 25){ $("#elSearch").prependTo(".ipsfocus-search"); } else { $("#elSearch").prependTo(".mobile-search"); } } Oh yeah, that was true for me as well. Clear editor. $(document).ready(function(){ "interactionType": "http://schema.org/FollowAction", "text": "Hey all you sleeve veterans, I have a question. I have drinking like a mad woman, I was mostly afraid of dehydration so anything I could get my hands on I drank..", Follow these guidelines to ensure you stay hydrated after surgery: Drink at least 2 to 3 quarts (64 to 96 ounces) of non-carbonated water/liquid per day. "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T18:16:56+0000", "name": "stcyt", }, "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033424", } else { cachedDevice = newDevice; :sad0: My sleeve is a snob, go figure! ips.setSetting( 'emoji_cache', jQuery.parseJSON('"1"') ); { melyg, November 19 Just rinsing with water shortly after a brew negates this. Is there any problem with drinking cold liquids after the sleeve? ", I think a lot of that has to do with my sensitive teeth, and years of not drinking cold beverages. }, Cold bottled Water, warm broth, cold tea, warm tea, and cold apple juice is about what I have lived off of. googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/BP_Sidebar_300x600_S3', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-ad-S3').addService(googletag.pubads()); The University of Utah advises patients to drink two or three glasses of water and eat a small meal when they return home from the dentist's office. }; I feel your frustration. , involving 15 people, found that drinking cold water made nasal mucous thicker and more difficult to pass through the respiratory tract. "name": "sickofrollercoaster", in PRE-Operation Weight Loss Surgery Q&A, By Right after surgery I drank a lot of hot tea (decaf) instead of water. They make home nugget ice machines. In the first 24 hours after your tooth extraction, you have to be very careful about what you drink. @keyframes fade2 { 0% {opacity: 0;} 5% {opacity: 1;} 55% {opacity: 1;} 60% {opacity: 0;} 100% {opacity: 0;} } }); "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" .visely-pagination button { width: 1px; height:1px; outline:none; margin: 7px 7px; border: none; padding: 5px 5px; cursor: pointer; border-radius: 100%; background: #e3e3e3; min-width: 0px;} "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033493", thank you. It helped relax the stomach. "name": "ouroborous", It's not unusual for your new tummy to be particular about water temperature for a while. .cycle-3 img:nth-of-type(3) { -webkit-animation-delay: -9s; animation-delay: -9s; } For some reason, cold crystal light never bothered me, just plain cold water. ips.setSetting( 'emoji_style', jQuery.parseJSON('"native"') ); "text": "Immediately post-op ice cold stuff didn\u0027t work at all. googletag.pubads().refresh(refresh_slots); This should be done for a few minutes on and a few minutes off repeatedly for the first 24 hours. "@type": "Person", Got over migraines for the most part. { }, And Bypass isn't a cure. { "text": "Oh yeah, that was true for me as well. // END Polyfill googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/BP_Header_900x50_U1', [900, 50], 'div-gpt-ad-U1').addService(googletag.pubads()); Various doctors have said that it's better to have warm water as it helps soothe pain and also helps in partial riddance of period cramps. if(number===0||!isFinite(number)){return number} But, I still prefer room temperature liquids even now. ips.setSetting( 'bypass_profanity', jQuery.parseJSON('0') ); It really is all in my head. }; Soft foods are the way to go as they are easily swallowed. ", It's still a battle though. Started 18 hours ago, By Gradually it has gotten better and I love icy drinks now! In the beginning, it was a lot easier for me (and others have said this too) to drink warm liquids like chicken broth. Room temp was fine, and warm liquids were fabulous. It's amazing. $99 for entire year supply of "1 per Day!" "alternateName": "en-US" I had the exact same problem. I really like the Protein shakes -- if they're cold. k+=1}A.length=len;return A}}())} var cachedDevice = detectDevice(); event.preventDefault(); I find if I try to drink something that is iced with a lot of ice or comes straight from the fridge, my pouch contracts and it is the most painful thing ever. "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-151960.jpg", "@type": "Person", .cycle-2 img {-webkit-animation-duration: 6s; animation-duration: 6s; -webkit-animation-name: fade2; animation-name: fade2; } I LOVE SONIC ICE!!! "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T15:58:35+0000", Sadly, the cheapest one I could find was around 3 grand...\n\nSome day, when I\u0027m rich...\n", It's easy! "interactionType": "http://schema.org/ViewAction", $('.ipsNavBar_primary > ul > li:has(ul)').doubleTapToGo(); "text": "I am 7 days out but I have been drinking both since the 24 hour mark when i was finally allowed something. }, This woman's before and after photos might just do the trick. baseURL: "//www.bariatricpal.com/", "@type": "Comment", "image": "https://s.bariatricpal.com/uploads/profile/photo-thumb-109761.jpg", "mainEntityOfPage": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/" .cycle-3 img {-webkit-animation-duration: 9s; animation-duration: 9s; -webkit-animation-name: fade3; animation-name: fade3; } I drink Vitamin Water and mix it 50/50 with water then stick it in the freezer so it gets slushy the way I like it. "query-input": "required name=query", "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/contact/" "text": "See I had some weird flukey opposite experience. I still have a cup of tea every night before bed, but that is just to relax. i have tried warm water but that also hurts, i have even tried to filter the water thinking maybe it was something in it that sill didnt help. Hey all you sleeve veterans, I have a question. "text": "I think everyone is a little different. "text": "Hey all you sleeve veterans, I have a question. Should not: Patients are asked to not drink or eat for a period of time before surgery to avoid having a full stomach prior to inserting an airway. Is there any problem with drinking cold liquids after the sleeve? }, .visely-pagination { text-align: center; clear: both; } Some stroke conditions include hemorrhagic bleeding which may require immediate surgery and in these cases, it is better to not have water in the system to reduce the potential complication of aspiration under anesthesia.   Pasted as rich text. \n\nI really like my beverages ice cold, for the most part, and I was wondering if there is any temperature sensitivity after the op.\n", }); In the mornings I can\u0027t drink very much, but in the evenings I drink almost like I did preop. It may be easier for the patient to recover from the surgery itself. return(number>0?1:-1)*Math.floor(Math.abs(number))};var maxSafeInteger=Math.pow(2,53)-1;var toLength=function(value){var len=toInteger(value);return Math.min(Math.max(len,0),maxSafeInteger)};return function from(arrayLike){var C=this;var items=Object(arrayLike);if(arrayLike==null){throw new TypeError('Array.from requires an array-like object - not null or undefined')} .visely-recommendation-item .product__image { padding: 5px; position: relative; height: 215px; } I'm going to give it a try! Many people asking a question during the treatment when can I drink soda after tooth extraction after the surgery you should not drink any types of soda carboned drinks and alcohol as well hot and cold coffee or tea will create discomfort,when can I drink soda after tooth extraction after the surgery you should not drink any types of soda carboned "@type": "InteractionCounter", "@id": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/forum/1296-post-operation-weight-loss-surgery-qa/", "@type": "PostalAddress", t.src=v;s=b.getElementsByTagName(e)[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,s)}(window, }, { Love my warm cuppas!! }, cookie_prefix: "ips4_", I can't drink  it room temp anymore. /* Desktop = 30, Tablet = 20, Mobile = 10 */ googletag.defineSlot('/15547294/BP_Sidebar_300x250_S4', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-ad-S4').addService(googletag.pubads()); I have the exact opposite issue. { } else if (modifyClass === 'remove'){ 3 months out, I can do cold or warm. According to the limited available clinical evidence, drinking cold water after a workout has little effect beyond lowering your core temperature more quickly. Bariatric Multivitamins! "pageEnd": 2, "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/profile/109227-wannalise/" "author": { }, Started Yesterday at 04:38 AM, By "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T20:24:17+0000", That might make things a bit more challenging for me; I can drink lots of Water -- if it's cold. var classModifiers = classContent.split(' '); "item": { .visely-widget-container:before { content: 'small'; display: none; } "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/?do=findComment\u0026comment=2033413", I only have trouble with plain Water, tap, bottled, filtered no-matter if it\u0027s water I have trouble, (and I\u0027m 7 months out!) "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/topic/177159-cold-water/", But that mostly went away for me and sometimes I'll have a cup of caffeine-free tea, but not because I can't drink it cold. .cycle-2 img:nth-of-type(1) { -webkit-animation-delay: -3s; animation-delay: -3s; } --> "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/profile/72370-ouroborous/" var ipsSettings = { "dateCreated": "2010-04-27T14:16:57+0000", $(".cPost .ipsReact .ipsReact_blurb.ipsHide:only-child").closest('.ipsItemControls').addClass('iIC-no-react'); It’s certainly a reasonable question. Even though ice has many health benefits, drinking ice water or cold water can only give temporary relief and drinking ice water regularly has its downside.Here are some reasons why you shouldn’t drink ice or cold water: 1. var mapFn=arguments.length>1?arguments[1]:void undefined;var T;if(typeof mapFn!=='undefined'){if(!isCallable(mapFn)){throw new TypeError('Array.from: when provided, the second argument must be a function')} "name": "wannalise", "url": "https://www.bariatricpal.com/profile/109227-wannalise/" Bariatric Surgeons: Want to research a weight loss surgery surgeon? You might consider trying some of the following soft foods: I had VSG surgery on 2/26, I drank a cranberry & vodka on St. Patty's Day. ", :001_smile:", .cycle-2 img:nth-of-type(2) { -webkit-animation-delay: -6s; animation-delay: -6s; } MaybeMeow2, Sunday at 12:04 AM You can post now and register later. notification_imgURL: "", var className = classModifiers[0]; It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. They also will tell you if you can drink water. if(typeof(refresh_slots) == "undefined") { For ideas on getting in more water, check out this article in the latest Thinner Times Newsletter. "@type": "Person", I would love to hear everyone's trick on how they fight it.Â, I think everyone is a little different. ("ontouchstart"in t)&&!navigator.msMaxTouchPoints&&!navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase().match(/windows phone os 7/i))return false;this.each(function(){var t=false;e(this).on("click",function(n){var r=e(this);if(r[0]!=t[0]){n.preventDefault();t=r}});e(n).on("click touchstart MSPointerDown",function(n){var r=true,i=e(n.target).parents();for(var s=0;s

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