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  1. 2 points

    Made new weight range!

    Make the way nice and smooth , I'll be there soon.
  2. 1 point

    Unnecessary sleep study?

    I also recommend seeing if you can get the at-home test. I had moderate sleep apnea and didn't know it. Several years ago I had a different surgery and they had trouble getting me breathing on my own after the procedure - and only did after an emergency re-intubation. My WLS went much more smoothly because the anesthesiologist knew about my apnea and somehow compensated for it. No problems waking me up at all. So, it may ultimately help, even if you don't think it will.
  3. 1 point

    Iโ€™m new here

    Yes ma'am you just posted lol. Welcome!
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  5. 1 point

    Made new weight range!

    nice! ...also, i love your flooring
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    Iโ€™m new here

    Hi @Stajas. Welcome aboard and congratulations on your recent surgery...you will learn a lot on this site as I certainly have. Jump right in ๐Ÿค— I wish you the very best on your journey ๐Ÿ˜‰
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    All of you brave and amazing women, I salute you! I, on the other hand, was ridiculous and rescheduled my surgery around my cycle... Don't be like me.
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    Super Upset about a Meatball!

    Turkey meatballs for the win Strain fat out while cooking. Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using BariatricPal mobile app
  9. 1 point

    September 2018

    Oh I dream of Onederland and you're already there! A world ๐ŸŒŽof losing before I get there, I figure between a year to 18 months out, but it is someday achievable.
  10. 1 point

    Support and honesty needed

    I'm just going to touch on the parts about whether it will work. I'm 48 and perimenopausal so my metabolism is slow. I don't exercise very much beyond physical therapy and walking because my back is messed up. When my back was better, I saw a number of personal trainers. They helped me get in shape, but not lose much weight. I've found it relatively easy to lose 34+ lbs. in 2 1/2 months, much faster than on any other diet I have ever been on. I'm rarely nauseous and I've thrown up 2x since I got the surgery. I was very adept at using 2 oz. cups to make sure I didn't consume too much when I was healing. Now I eat pretty normally, just a lot less, less carbs, and more protein. I think WLS has changed a lot and some people have ideas based on older types of WLS surgery that weren't as easy to live with. Whatever you decide, good luck!