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14 weeks out and 57 pounds off. Is that good or bad?

That's amazing! Everyone truly is different, but that's a great number, and one to be proud of.

I'm 23 weeks out now and down 96lbs. I had a friend that was banded in October and is down about 70 lbs. So everyone's story will vary. As long as you're following the plan and feeling better, that's all that matters! :)

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My fiance and I had weight-loss surgery within just days of each other. I'm down 125 pounds after RNY and he's down 150 after VSG. Photo is June 2015 to October 29, 2016


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1yr post surgery.

HW 298lbs

CW 144lbs

Thank you all for the motivation!

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It has been 5 months since RNY surgery.
HW: 381
SW: 330
CW: 254
GW: 150
Seeing differences in sizes is completely different than the side-by-side pictures which were surprising. It is healing to see this and cannot imagine seeing the one year pics!


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7 Months out

SW: 268.8

CW: 167.6

101 lbs down :D


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