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Wow!! Congrats on you awesome continuing success.

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You are my sleeve hero! AMAZING! Im so motivated reading your post.

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That brought tears to my eyes...I am so happy for you!!!!!!! You must feel soooooooooo different.....

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That is so awesome! Congrats!

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Wow, Frank! That's just wonderful.

I don't know you, and I'm so proud of you. :)

Ann

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Wow what do u feel wa a greatest contributer to your success?

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Awesome! Keep posting its motivational. Great job!

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Awesome job!

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Way to go!! Fabulous accomplishment!!

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Way to go! Keep up the good work. I'm looking forward to the 200 lbs mark. That will put me at 241 lbs. I have doubts on getting to onederland. At 6'2" that may be too small. I'll have to wait and see. Keep up the good work...your story is an inspiration to many!

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i have 75% of my stomach sleeved. how much was urs ..is it propotional to how much weight one can lose..i lost 12.4 since 16.11.2014 the date of my surgery

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Hi I haven't decided on which surgery to take yet. It would help if you could tell me why you chose the sleeve over the popular lap band and gastric bypass. THANK YOU.

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the band is awful n the results r not as good or sure as vsg n bypass...i personally went for the sleeving caue the natural function is not changed though it is irreversible...

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