Generally speaking, yes, patients complain of difficulty breathing and early satiety after meals. This is typically due to the tightening achieved via the muscle repair with secondary decreased respiratory compliance. Kind of similar to wearing a very tight girdle. This will generally ease after 2-3 months unless you gain weight in which case, it could persist.
However, this could be a sign of a much more serious and potentially life threatening condition called pulmonary embolism secondary to deep venous thrombosis. Other causes include fluid retention in the lungs or even fat embolism. Notify your surgeon immediately and describe your symptoms in greater detail.