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Hi. It has taken a while. I had the duodenal switch in 2007. I started at 400 pounds. Got down to 265 and was stuck for years. 2015 I discovered my fitness pal and Bariatric Pal. I’m at 166 and still losing. My goal is 145 for a normal BMI. I am 5’4”
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You look amazing girl, keep up the good work!

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Hi everyone- just an update... I’m still doing very well maintaining after 2 years. I did gain 20 lbs back but that’s from working from home, vacationing, snacking during the holidays, and drinking. It’s much easier for me to lose weight now. I can eat about 3-4 oz depending on what so eat. I still always eat my Protein first and my bad carbs last. I take my Vitamins religiously and drink lots of Water.
My life is very happy and I’m still so glad with the choice I made for my life. Having no gallbladder has also been an easy transition. I’m between a size 10-12 and although I gained weight, all my clothes still fit. Exercise is what I’m lacking because I work from home now and have been working at 430am. That’s been making me tired.
Happy New Year... and Ill try to keep posting my updates as best as I can! Hope everyone is doing well...
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Love your pics, you look awesome girl, keep up the good work! Don't let those 20 pounds linger they only add to more weight, my weight sneaked up on me so fast I couldn't control it because BED also came with it.

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30 minutes ago, Wendyfm said:

Three and a half years out. Consistent 100 pound loss after year one

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Congrats!! Long term maintenance is one of the hardest parts!

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Almost 9 months from surgery. I've lost 125lbs so far. Last time I met the nutritionist she said my goal should be around 170 so I only have 15lbs until I hit that. I plan to reassess how I feel at that weight and if I'm happy at 170 or if I want to lose more. I've taken up sewing over the last few months and customizing my clothes for my changing body is a huge help since I'm losing more in different places and don't always fit well into ready to wear clothes. I made myself the first form fitting dress ever and hopefully find somewhere to wear it soon! :)

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Had my sleeve 2 years ago, got reflux so had it converted to bypass last summer. Highest weight was 267, stayed pretty steady at 143-147 for the past year, I'm 5ft 8. Gone from size 2XL to Small, and my feet went from size 11 to 9!

I started running, which has been a huge help with maintenance. I love Spartan style races, they are so much fun!

Edited pictures because I'm still in the closet and paranoid!! I haven't posted pictures here before, fingers crossed nobody I know sees them!20180117_133926.jpg20180117_134403.jpg

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Here is a before and a current. I'm still early on in my journey, and would like to lose another 40 lbs or so until I hit my "goal weight." My highest was February 2017 at over 327 lbs, and the bottom pictures are of this morning at 226.2 lbs.

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Just wanted to share my most recent before/current

HW was 301lbs in July 2016, though it could have been a little more since I didn't weigh regularly.

SW: 271 (12/30/16)

CW: 185

GW: 175, then reassess.

The left picture was October 2016 at about 275 lbs while working my pre-op diet. The right was Monday at 185 lbs.

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Just wanted to share my most recent before/current
HW was 301lbs in July 2016, though it could have been a little more since I didn't weigh regularly.
SW: 271 (12/30/16)
CW: 185
GW: 175, then reassess.
The left picture was October 2016 at about 275 lbs while working my pre-op diet. The right was Monday at 185 lbs.
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Red looks good on you! One of my favorite colors to rock!

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Just wanted to share my most recent before/current
HW was 301lbs in July 2016, though it could have been a little more since I didn't weigh regularly.
SW: 271 (12/30/16)
CW: 185
GW: 175, then reassess.
The left picture was October 2016 at about 275 lbs while working my pre-op diet. The right was Monday at 185 lbs.
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Awesome job!! You look awesome.
My HW 238
SW 209
CW 147
My photos are not in my phone, I put them in my computer and now I can't find them lol..

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Hi. It has taken a while. I had the duodenal switch in 2007. I started at 400 pounds. Got down to 265 and was stuck for years. 2015 I discovered my fitness pal and Bariatric Pal. I’m at 166 and still losing. My goal is 145 for a normal BMI. I am 5’4”
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You look great! Nice to see someone with someone of the same stats as mine. 166 looks great on you and you have curves for days.. [emoji1474][emoji169]


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