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So my stall started at week 2 and lasted almost a month. I'm on the heavier side and expected quicker weight loss as a result. My high weight was 422, pre-op 408, and I gained 10 pounds Water weight in the hospital. Yuck. I quickly dropped to 387 two weeks post op and stayed there. For almost a month! Luckily, I took the boards advice and kept measurements. In my 4 week stall I lost 33 inches and that's ok.

However, I am super pleased to announce that, on weigh in today, I lost 11 lbs last week! Yay! My stall is over!

I guess I just want those that are struggling with stalls to know that it does end and you do lose inches. Just stick with it and be patient.

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Thank you! Your message is such a relief to me! I lost 29 lbs in the first 6 weeks including preop diet time...but have been at a stall for 10 days. Today I lost two of the lbs I gained back, I hope that is my new start in the right direction. I still can't wrap my head around the fact that I will keep losing. So far my progress hasn't been much more than any other "diet" I've been on. I wish time would fly...the proof is in the (sf) pudding!! :lol:

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Yayyyy for the stall being over!! You did really well with the inches lost though, congrats on both things!! I know exactly how you feel, the scale just started moving for me after a long stall. I hope it keeps going!!

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