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Update - August 2010 - its now16 months since surgery. Tony is back to work full time. He has lost over 4 stone and is still struggling to maintain his weight. He STILL has a wound on his chest which is being dressed 2 x week by the district nurses - it has got lots smaller but is very frustrating. Most days are good now but still suffering from dumping periodically - night sweats and shivering - like diabetic hypo?? dietician appointment made and he has recently had dialation to the gullet as scat tissue was restricitng food again. I do worry about his weight loss and hope someone can give me some advice from here?? its a slow process via docs appts! We have just returned from a much needed weeks holiday which he coped with really well. He gets tired easily but we are both still smiling :) :) he is a remarkable man x
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