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On 3/27/2019 at 8:12 AM, starrspunn said:

Had gastric bypass in March 2015 258lbs to 118lbs

Size 24 to size 1 or 3 jeans

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HOLY SMOKES. You look amaaaaaaaazing.

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1 hour ago, NYJenn said:

-115 lbs

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Wow, you have shrunk. Nice calves, btw, I wish I had a nice line running down mine too! Do you run?

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On 03/30/2019 at 12:45, ms.sss said:





Wow, you have shrunk. Nice calves, btw, I wish I had a nice line running down mine too! Do you run?


Yes I do, just started now that the weather is (finally) getting better 😁

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So it had been a while since I had posted anything down here. My surgery was on the 25th of February 2016.

I used to look like this:

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After three years, many things have changed.

I must admit I still fancy a bit of fast food, a beer, wine or a whisky from time to time, but I don't feel addicted to those like I used to. I eat healthier, I learnt to avoid stupid behaviour and I don't give a s*** anymore about what my family can tell me regarding the fact I now eat "like a bird" (at least I am not dying each time I climb up stairs).

I had a few throw backs health-wise that are non-weight related (started to have epileptic crisis) and I was scared the treatment would lead me back to a wrong path food-wise, but hopefully, it wasn't the case. I also was diagnosed with osteoroposis, but it hasn't been linked with my sleeve surgery (it's very uncommon amongst male patients, let alone 27years old ones), apparentely, it's more a lack of luck regarding my genes. Every blood test I have made indicates that I have a very healthy diet and that I lack of nothing but a bit of luck 😛

I still bike, walk and hike a lot, I had a small regain (two kilos) but in two years, I don't think it's that horrific.

Here is how I look recently:

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If I can help answer any question, relieve a doubt or whatever I can do to be useful, don't hesitate to PM me or ask me something here.

Cheers from Belgium ;)

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26 minutes ago, BelgianGuy said:

Here is how I look recently:

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If I can help answer any question, relieve a doubt or whatever I can do to be useful, don't hesitate to PM me or ask me something here.

Cheers from Belgium ;)

Hubba hubba. You look great! Congrats :)

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Thanks a lot to the both of you 😃

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So it had been a while since I had posted anything down here. My surgery was on the 25th of February 2016.
I used to look like this:
56298404_316186092413281_3301176464308699136_n.jpg.52b1bf08ebf1c879c74576658e8758a2.jpg51097656_383201742443074_1781489461570306048_n.jpg.97ccbf6865fdcb4ab3253788572ee5e2.jpg
After three years, many things have changed.
I must admit I still fancy a bit of fast food, a beer, wine or a whisky from time to time, but I don't feel addicted to those like I used to. I eat healthier, I learnt to avoid stupid behaviour and I don't give a s*** anymore about what my family can tell me regarding the fact I now eat "like a bird" (at least I am not dying each time I climb up stairs).
I had a few throw backs health-wise that are non-weight related (started to have epileptic crisis) and I was scared the treatment would lead me back to a wrong path food-wise, but hopefully, it wasn't the case. I also was diagnosed with osteoroposis, but it hasn't been linked with my sleeve surgery (it's very uncommon amongst male patients, let alone 27years old ones), apparentely, it's more a lack of luck regarding my genes. Every blood test I have made indicates that I have a very healthy diet and that I lack of nothing but a bit of luck [emoji14]
I still bike, walk and hike a lot, I had a small regain (two kilos) but in two years, I don't think it's that horrific.
Here is how I look recently:
image.thumb.png.7afd1be06c2903dde6259bc364ce99f3.png image.thumb.png.c1330af842768560877f9f41b51c8d38.png
If I can help answer any question, relieve a doubt or whatever I can do to be useful, don't hesitate to PM me or ask me something here.

Cheers from Belgium [emoji6]
Omg you look amazing...congrats & keep up with the good work.

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6 months out
69 lbs down from surgery
108 lbs down from highest weight

Size 24 to size 14

Hoping to get an additional 40lbs down by my 1 year anniversary.

I run 4 days a week and work 12 hr shifts the other 3 days walking 5-6 miles. I eat around 700-800 calories a day.

Eternally grateful for this tool!

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1 hour ago, VIKING 0424 said:

goal met today happy guy !!!!!

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You look GREAT! Congratulations! Kudos on your nice flat stomach!

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You look GREAT! Congratulations! Kudos on your nice flat stomach!

NOT REALLY FLAT I AM TRYING TO GET IT THERE

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22 hours ago, VIKING 0424 said:

goal met today !!!!!

@VIKING 0424

hey dude

lookin' good, handsome pics

kathy

congrats

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Wow... incredible transformations! I am on my way to hospital for my sleeve as we speak! Nervous as hell, no turning back now! Can’t wait to see what this journey brings my way!

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