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I'll post a "before & during" pic since I'm four months post-op today and have about 50 lbs. left to hit my initial goal. Before picture is from January 2017, the during is from a week ago. First time I had put on decent clothes in a while, I had to run to J.C. Penney to pick up a cheap pair of slacks and dress shirt since I plan on dropping a few more sizes.

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I'll post a "before & during" pic since I'm four months post-op today and have about 50 lbs. left to hit my initial goal. Before picture is from January 2017, the during is from a week ago. First time I had put on decent clothes in a while, I had to run to J.C. Penney to pick up a cheap pair of slacks and dress shirt since I plan on dropping a few more sizes.
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How much are you down in those 4 months?


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Started at 230 lbs 8/24/2015... my current weight is 160 lbs. goal is 140lbs...IMG_2422.JPG IMG_0430.JPG IMG_0400.JPG


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chilet071 You are beautiful before and after! Smoking hot!

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chilet071 You are beautiful before and after! Smoking hot!

Thank you!


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@FamilyGuyNJ said

"One year since I started this journey. 8 months since I was sleeved. Dropped 162 lbs."

hey dude

you look maaaaarvelous!!:rolleyes:

party dance, party dance

keep up the good work!!

i know you will!!!

kathy

congrats

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All these photos are so great. It’s so nice to see people changing their life and fighting for their health and hopefully mental well being as well. :) here I am 3 years after my sleeve.

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Started at 230 lbs 8/24/2015... my current weight is 160 lbs. goal is 140lbs...IMG_2422.thumb.JPG.a414242964baae3b99e44b1bb0d97641.JPG IMG_0430.thumb.JPG.10e3ee71ddd1b24c161f1686bf8d896b.JPG IMG_0400.thumb.JPG.9f8776bc80f1ad2ff75611ae3f6a166f.JPG




So pretty both before and now. :)


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How much are you down in those 4 months?



Awww. I bet you feel amazing! Cute baby too.


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bellabloom wow, what an incredible transformation, youre absolutely stunning! also great to see you maintain that weight loss years later. im 4.5 years out now and glad to have kept the weight off too. its not easy but making the right food choices and exercising is now a lifelong commitment. best of luck...

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5 hours ago, bellabloom said:

All these photos are so great. It’s so nice to see people changing their life and fighting for their health and hopefully mental well being as well. :) here I am 3 years after my sleeve.

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Eyes! Beautiful!

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December 2016 in my before to today's pic!

HW: 306
SW: 289
CW: 214

Still more to go but celebrating every bit of this 92 lbs lost! Almost to 100 and "one"derland!

Sent from my LG-TP450 using BariatricPal mobile app

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Before 298lbs. After 225lbs and I almost have abs.

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