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  1. 28 points
    It's been a great year, and I wouldn't trade it for anything! Down a total of 221 pounds!!
  2. 14 points
    Wanda247

    I just realized...

    I used to have 2 bellies one at the top and one at the bottom...they have now merged into one LOL. Loving my tool, did I say that before 🤣😎☺️ Have a great day everyone ✌️
  3. 14 points
    Bigpants

    Demolished wall

    4 months and 1 week post op I can’t believe how good I feel and to think 106lbs lost Here are some pics
  4. 11 points
    rperchard

    Post op 13 yrs & maintaining

    April 2019 marks 13 yrs since Roux-N-Y laparoscopic procedure. Peak weight: 305 lbs. I maintain between 155-160. I have, & will continue annual follow-ups. Not only medically necessary, but makes me accountable. My bypass continues to work for me: I listen to what it's "telling me" when I have those moments. You know..the voice in your head that leads you to haunt the refrigerator or cabinets; buy foods that you know could trigger cravings or worse (binge). Surgery can't eliminate the disease of obesity....which lives in my head. Your's too, if you're reading this. I take action when I begin to see numbers trending up on the scale. (I don't wait til it's 20/40/50 or more lbs). Besides, I'm uncomfortable...along w gain comes bloat, discomfort, snug waist band, increased cravings. After a few yrs, trying different "maintenance" approaches, Jenny Craig works for me...I feel better when weight is a pound or 2 on either side of 155. For me, I persist w weekley wrigh ins....keeps me honest. I've been as low as 145, but it's a struggle. And I don't want that struggle. I just want to be comfortable in my skin. I'm challenged with anemia (intolerant of oral iron) & insufficient protein intake. So, I do what I can to improve those values. I knew what I was getting into when I signed up for this. And so far, my bypass &, I pretty much listen to each other.
  5. 9 points
    Ask her what kind of moron would want to do everything the hardest possible way. Does she push her car to work everyday? Use the cat's tail to apply eye shadow?
  6. 8 points
    Healthy_life2

    Is it normal to .......

    Is it normal to ....... Have your sex drive elevated and turn you into a horny teenager.
  7. 8 points
    Hello everyone, I created 2 collages showing how I transformed from very full face to a very tin face. One whole year, of face transformation. Enjoy Sent from my SM-N960U using BariatricPal mobile app
  8. 7 points
    SusieQ2019

    Aetna Approved

    I am so happy!! I just called Aetna and they told me that they approved my surgery last Friday. This morning I got clearance from anesthesiologist and Wednesday I start my 12 day pre op diet. Two shakes and 4-6 oz lean protein and a small salad or vegetables (optional 2 small snacks). I guess I will be enjoying a few favorite meals today and tomorrow. April 29th here I come!!
  9. 7 points
    chuckwalsh

    A goal realized

    Longest distanc straight no breaks in my life.. next goals an hour.. but ya.. enjoying the feeling of meeting the goal. Sent from my SM-G955U using BariatricPal mobile app
  10. 6 points
    Donnythedevil

    Gastric bypass 6 years ago

    Down 18 stone now have stalled can eat regular potions now need to get going again not a goal of 13 stone yet any idea's how to reset it. Sent from my SM-G930F using BariatricPal mobile app
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