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newmebithebypass

Gastric Bypass Patients
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  1. newmebithebypass

    Mad at myself

    So as the title suggests I am mad at myself. Not looking for sympathy just more as a warning to those who are about to have the surgery or just had it.... I went back to all my old bad habits. I lost my mom less than a year afterwards and the depression set in. I'm gonna try and get help for where my brain is at. I've gained just about all my weight back. And I know I can get it off but it will take time. Any advice on where to start as far as the gym. Hugs Sent from my SM-A326U using BariatricPal mobile app
  2. Best of luck to you Sent from my SM-A326U using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Where’s the weight loss??

    It took me 4 months to lose 40 pounds. Weight loss is slow for some of us. Keep the faith Sent from my SM-A326U using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Can I drink diet soda on my pre op liquid diet

    We were not allowed to. And really diet soda has caused a huge stall for me 6 months post op. Like I was doing great then boom stall all because of that dang soda Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
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    After approval how long to complete surgery?

    Mine was good for 60 days Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Me and the husband advice please

    Thanks y'all. I know I have tons more resources to my disposal if I just met with my nutritionist as a group meeting with my husband. I just feel bad I've veered so off plan this early Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Where to shop for regular size work clothes?

    So depending on what job I get first time re-entry into the working world with zero clue on how to build a professional wardrobe. Help me. Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Surgery after RNY- no protein powder no vitamins???

    You'll be fine for a week. I had to stop my calcium for a bit and change it entirely due to kidney stones and went without all vitamins for 2 weeks because of surgery Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Pre-Surgery Fears (2 Days Away!)

    Nerves are totally normal Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
  10. So I will tell you a bit about me and my journey. I am a 27 almost 28 year old poly kink non-binary. Pansexual wife to a pansexual man of almost 5 years whom I've known my entire adult life. I've always been heavy. Both my parents had addictions. My mother passed away in January of this year due to a massive heart attack and the issues associated with that. My father was where I got the obesity from he's battled diabetes high blood pressure cholesterol for close to going on two decades now and had a stroke at 35. I when I was diagnosed with diabetes at 22 decided nope I wasn't going to be my grandma who had strokes and 13 heart attacks mind you she was a smoker. Or my father. I was going to beat this. So I took that nasty metformin. I asked and asked for anything better until about 3 years ago I was put on victoza. Mind you I started with a baseline a1c of 9.7 when diagnosed. This most recent trip to the endocrinologist my a1c was 5.1 so low that they are removing the diagnosis of diabetes out of my chart completely. So in September of 2015 I decided initially to persue gastric bypass. I would later around the time of the choosing of my surgery date begin to have a total psychotic break from reality. I had 4 trips to the psych unit in 1 year. And my marriage got very strained. I also got placed on SSDI disability because I lost the ability to fully function after a long two years of medical and mental battles I tried again this time in a much better place. I had been thru months of therapy I was stable on meds and in a great place. I had gastric bypass on August 28th 2018 I had a highest recorded weight of 311 I had started my program at 280 I had a weight the day of surgery of 274. My 6 month post op visit was Thursday of last week I weighed 210. I've lost over 100 pounds in a year. Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Taking Pills After Surgery

    So I never crushed my pills I had gastric bypass 6 months ago I take several psych meds see if any need adjustment that are specifically bioavailability. Things like geodon latuda. These are important because you need 350 calories to absorb Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Yogurt

    I prefer Wegmans but they are pretty east coast and pretty high in sugar Sent from my moto e5 play using BariatricPal mobile app
  13. Checking in y’all 2 days post op and I’ve been home since yesterday. The gas pains are slowly going away I’m able to drink and drink my protein shakes in less than a half hour and I’m getting close to my goal of 64oz of fluids I might eat a jello
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    Waking up from Surgery. Any Tips?

    Ask for the patch behind you ear tell your anesthesia team that you get nausea and they will give you this magic patch that works like a charm Sent from my SM-T380 using BariatricPal mobile app
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    August bypassers/sleevers

    Mine is food until the 26th I don't need to starve myself but I feel like sometimes I go to extreme measures when doing things because I just want to be perfect. Which I can't be I know. Sent from my SM-T380 using BariatricPal mobile app
  16. Honestly I'm pre op so take with a grain of salt but I know plastics are in my future I'm not going thru this whole process and not look good naked so hon get what you need your family isn't you they are not on your journey and while they can mean well sometimes they can just be Down right negative Sent from my SM-T380 using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Logging your daily intake of food and etc.?

    I don't really log my food I know I should but it's tiresome and I hate doing it Sent from my SM-T380 using BariatricPal mobile app
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    Going back to school

    Ok y’all so like I’m always asking questions and answering when I have the ability to. But has anyone gone back to school later in life like 27ish for their first undergrad degree after this surgery. By the time I have classes I’ll be about 6 months out I’ll also be working so do you think my energy will be back by then I mean like before I gained 100 pounds lol. Because I was able to do an 18 hour shift before and not blink twice so guys chime in
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    Should I be offended?!

    Sooo chiming in here we have 3 surgeons in our group the head is a female named dr Elizabeth dovec and she strongly encourages weights she knows from our fitness consultant that it tones and burns fat the more you lift so your dr is flat out wrong and an ass.
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    August bypassers/sleevers

    Hey guys checking in I’m starting my preop diet officially soon and I’m down 2.5 pounds from my final my scale at home is exactly as my doctors cool huh. I’m not really craving anything thanks to my quest cookies and other stuff plus I had sushi one last time. I’m highly debating having a drink like a rum an coke but I don’t know what good that do
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    The regain posts

    Ok so I was wrong on the study but I did actually look up the study and the head researcher who works at Hopkins did a great peice on the Keto diet being a good temporary solution for those with epilepsy. Mind you that’s been around since the 1920s but he does recommend the Mediterranean diet
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    New here/had consult last week

    For anyone anyone out there who thinks they are too old we just had a 77 year old woman reach her goal weight and it was 3 years after surgery so no age isn’t a factor ok
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    Time to be honest!!!

    I’m on the same plan where are you I’m at gbmc in Maryland with dr Timothy friesen
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    natural vs added sugars

    So our requirements which I know different than others are under 5 grams of sugar. But we remove sugar alcohols and fiber. And it has to be under 15 carbs a serving. Also we can have 3 servings of fruit a day. 1 per meal as long as we get in our protein first but we have to wait until week 6 when we can also have salad
  25. Chiming in here so go see your doc lamictal is a very tricky med my mother in law who has been practicing for 35 years barely prescribes it because of the very high chance of Steven Johnson syndrome. Up until this time you were fine but just go. Also you might want to try trileptal it’s the same mechanism in the brain and safer for rny patients.

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