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onthefencejenny

Gastric Sleeve Patients
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  1. onthefencejenny

    Breaking a stall at 2 yrs out?

    Thanks @@KristenLe I will give that a go!!
  2. onthefencejenny

    Breaking a stall at 2 yrs out?

    Thanks for your responses.. I think I am going to try a reboot! My diet hasn't been the best, but I keep excusing it because I'm not gaining! I still want to loose another 50 lbs! Guess I'm going to have to get my butt in gear and do the work! Thanks
  3. Hi all, Well in July it will be my 2 yr anniversary of my sleeve! I started my journey at 336 and am currently 225! I have gained 10 lbs back since my lowest weight! I haven't lost in about a year and I'm wondering if anyone has any tips to get back on the losing train? TIA
  4. onthefencejenny

    Before and After Pics

    Thank you so much!! I feel out of this world amazing!!
  5. onthefencejenny

    1 year Surgiversary!

    Congrats vmt!!
  6. onthefencejenny

    1 year Surgiversary!

    Good for you!!! And you should feel super proud!!!
  7. onthefencejenny

    Before and After Pics

    Here's my most recent before and after.. I just celebrated my 1 yr surgiversary this weekend, couldn't be happier! I'm down 121lbs! Still have more to go but I'm so thrilled!
  8. onthefencejenny

    Weight gain

    Trust me we all go through the same things!!! Just keep doing what your doing!!
  9. onthefencejenny

    Weight gain

    It's your body adjusting to the lack of calories.. It will pass! I stalled at the three week mark for three weeks! But your body is thinking its starving so it's holding onto everything, it will adjust and the pounds will melt away, don't stress, just making sure your drinking your water!! Good luck and congrats you will do great!!
  10. So I just felt like I needed to acknowledge and celebrate that 1 year ago I made the best decision of my life! I chose to become a happier and healthier version of myself! Throughout my journey I have had ups and downs, looking back now it was completely worth it! For years I struggled going up and down on the scale, starving myself, binging, trying every pill and diet out there, working out and exercising like crazy, only to fall off the wagon and gain it all back along with a few extra pounds! I got to the point (336 lbs). That I knew I couldn't do it alone! And I made the chose to have the sleeve! Today I'm a whole new person and a whole 121lbs lighter!!!!! It's so crazy to think it has already been a year, it feels like a few months! I can't say enough great things about the life I'm living now! If your just starting your journey I wish nothing but luck and happy vibes! You can do it and even when things look bleak remember that there is definitely a rainbow waiting for you on the other side!!
  11. onthefencejenny

    All the Alberta girls

    Yeah my stay in Mexico was one night before , one I hospital and two in hotel then home, the flight home definitely wasn't fun, but I also delays and missed connecting flights and had to stay a unexpected night in Denver with nothing! I think day 4 was my worse day for feeling crappy.. But after that it was smooth sailing!
  12. onthefencejenny

    All the Alberta girls

    I'm from just outside of Edmonton I had surgery last July in Mexico!! I'd be glad to help you with any questions!!
  13. onthefencejenny

    All the Alberta girls

    Omg!!! I'm always cold too!! I went camping for may long and the whole weekend I had pretty much my whole bag of cloths on haha everyone else laughed at me and couldn't understand why I was so cold! I wish I knew the solution!!
  14. onthefencejenny

    Before and After Pics

    @@cmhueto no worries! I still want to lose another 40 lbs, but even if I don't I'm pretty thrilled with my results so far! Which is funny cause some people start their journey at this weight! Ha ha
  15. onthefencejenny

    Before and After Pics

    Thanks so much @@cmhueto it has been hard but it's so worth it! I am 5'7"
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