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The adjustable gastric band (LAP-BAND) is a less invasive type of weight loss surgery that works through restricting your stomach size. Discuss LAP-BAND related topics such as fills, LAP-BAND diets, nutritional supplements, complications and band over bypass. Share your experiences and be supportive!


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    • boringtessa

      Stalls are the WORST.  I know they happen, but I am still disappointed.  I've been the same weight for over 2 weeks.
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    • GreenTealael

      Im absolutely terrified to buy underwear these days 😢, I realized I don't know my real size in anything anymore.
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      1. sillykitty

        I know the feeling. I did some major online shopping with all the sales around black friday. In tops I wear anywhere between a S-L. In pants from 6-10. But I must own the world's most elastic panties, because -100+ lbs, I still wear the same undies! :lol:

    • Puppycat

      I went against my weekly weigh in and cheated today the scale says I'm 248 😂How? Maybe it's wrong lol I just purchased the scale and it's my first time using it. I'll weigh my daughter to see if it's accurate. I was 255 this time last week so I guess it's a real possibility. I'll let you know , I have been very picky about sugars and carbs even though I don't have a huge variety of foods to choose from. I'm super excited and hope everyone is doing great! Got to charge my iPad but I just had to share my happiness 
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      1. proudgrammy

        great weight loss ☺️- weigh yourself on one scale all the time - be consistent - congrats kathy

      2. FlyAwayFree

        I am having the same kinds of things happen lol. I just posted about my 52 pound weight loss... and I am only 6 weeks out from surgery! Yay! I am so happy to lose so quickly. Its a relief!

    • proudgrammy

      flying down to GA. It's all about the grand-kids!! Always will be!!
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      1. Wanda247

        Have a wonderful time with your grandbabies!! 😉

      2. Liz The New Me

        Merry Christmas!!

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        Have fun girlfriend!!! Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Happy everything, Happy Holidays! Enjoy!

    • Schnauzer3

      So sorry about yesterday's venting, bad day, frustrated my husband was sweet, put up our Christmas  Tree.  God news this morning, I received my insurance approval.  '
      After having my surgery date moved twice, I will be first case Monday morning, December 17th!  Hooray!  Thank you for listening!
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      1. proudgrammy

        surgery date finally set - good luck kathy

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