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    What can I eat after Endocopy
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    LAA728 posted:
    Hi! I had an Endoscopy on Monday July 18,2016 I am really so tired of eating just yogurt and I never thought I would say,Im tired of eating ice cream too..! but,I am..What can I eat now on day 3 today is July 20..? Also, People are talking about having severe sore throat pain too..I did but,I got relief from Ice Cream and Garling with salt water # 1 relief! this just worked for me..may not work for everyone else. I'm just saying what got me Releif! My Endoscopy showed Abnormal and my pancreas cyst grew to a golf ball size since 2014 I need surgery and I am scared..I don't know the full report yet..but,the Dr said it could be cancer.. She said I should find the best Pancreas surgeon ..??? Huh!..? Guess,she doesn't know any.. Thanks! Lori


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