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Thank you all for posting your pix. 😘 I’m waiting for my surgery date, and time is passing so slowly. Looking at these amazing transformations is a great way to pass the time.
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Had my surgery 11/28/2019. Changed my life for the better. The added bonus of being healthy? all the compliments 😋

I was 130kgs. I have lost approx 55kgs. I am currently 74kgs and still going strong! Struggling with the last 14kgs but I'm getting there! Here are my two before and two after!

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I absolutely LOVE this thread!!! Congratulations to everyone!!!!

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On 2/22/2014 at 7:12 AM, sassypants said:

heres mine me at my biggest of 425lbs, then a the full body was oct of 2013 and the head shot was new years eve

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You're an inspiration to me. I weigh 390 and am getting the sleeve on May 3rd, and my goal is 200. I wasn't sure if there was anyone who had the sleeve that lost the kind of weight I'm wanting to, since most get the bypass when they have an extremely large amount to lose. You give me so much hope that what I want to do is possible with the sleeve!!! You look fantastic!!!

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On 3/29/2019 at 9:07 PM, MimsDub said:

I am sooo scared that I won't lose any weight at all .......... I have to take a cocktail of drugs for a neurological condition - which started my weight gain in the first place !!! That would be my worst nightmare - to go through surgery and gain nothing ........

I'm right there with you. I have MS, and I have 4 meds that are, what my neurologist calls, non negotiable. They treat my MS, my nerve pain, and my spasms. None of that will ever get any better, but the meds slow down the process of them getting worse. I'm so worried that taking them will be an issue after the surgery and keep weight on me that I would otherwise be able to lose.

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I'm not finished with weight loss yet, as I'm waiting for revision. So stay tuned...

My photos aren't that great, especially my first pic. I forbade my photo to be taken so I literally have none of my fattest days and I still don't like taking photos. 😩 Collage%202022-04-14%2009_42_51.jpg

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No afters yet. Here are my before, my Day 1 of my journey (taken yesterday) pics at 278 pounds and a 54.3 BMI. First appointment with my WLS is on the 25th

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No afters yet. Here are my before, my Day 1 of my journey (taken yesterday) pics at 278 pounds and a 54.3 BMI. First appointment with my WLS is on the 25th

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On 7/7/2019 at 7:19 PM, Sami Al Masri said:

I have done my Surgery back on 24th February 2019, my maximum weight was 160.3 KGs (352 lbs), since then I have lost around 46 KGs (100 lbs) and now weigh 114 KGs (252 lbs)

This was by far the best decision i have done in my life.

Below are my before and (so far) after photos

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Awesome progress man!

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This is a very inspiring thread! Well done you guys and gals! keep it up. I need to find some before photos (which can be difficult since I've always avoided having my photos taken). Not now tho.

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I finally found some before photos. The first photo was 2 months before the surgery. I was 145+ kg. Second was 3 months after the surgery when my clothes started to get baggy. Last one was taken today.

Pants size went from 52" - 44" - 38"

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June 12 (shorts)
And September 12 (black pants)
50 lbs lost
Surgery date: 6/8/2022
GW: 130
SW: 223
CW: 172

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One year anniversary was yesterday. Here is me in December 2021 vs yesterday (left to right if it not obvious 🤣)

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