I had a VSG 12 years ago and am currently in the process of appealing a Kaiser denial for a DS revision. My trip to the ER, GP, and questions posed to my Kaiser assigned surgeon illuminated just how little they actually know about my anatomy. A fluoroscopy revealed that my VSG stomach wasn't the sweeping C shape that it should be, but rather a twisted slinky-type shape and appears to be folded over on itself at the bottom. I've been having massive trouble eating, vomiting nearly everything up, which is of zero concern to my doctors. The other night, I had intense stabbing pain after eating a few noodles, and terrified that this had finally become some kind of obstruction, I zoomed to the ER. They gave me fluids and some numbing meds, did some blood work (which was apparently "all good") and sent me home. But now, I feel like I've done a million crunches... my stomach area is SO SORE. I can't stretch completely upright, and I'm wondering if this rings a bell for anyone, if I've done damage to my sleeve, or if I'm being a big baby. I've been on a liquid diet since my romp to the ER, and I've been feeling so crummy that I haven't been active. I've learned over the years to not ignore my body, so I'm just wondering if anyone here has some advice or input on my situation? Thank you! EDIT: I'm in contact with Dr. Rabkin for whenever I'm able to overcome the Kaiser appeal, and he's the only doctor who seems concerned about my sleeve.