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I'm 5 months in and down 44lbs. With my port flipping and getting another surgery I feel I'm not doing so good. I go to the gym but I'm still not in my green zone I don't think. With all this crap I've had to go through I hope there is light at the end of the tunnel. I've been stuck at the same weight for awhile. Getting frustrating with all of it! He has had problems finding my port sense day one and it's flipped then more problems finding it. When I had my port flipped he put 4cc in my band and when I had it done under x-Ray after him trying to find it and poking me a half dozen time he put 1cc in so I have 5cc in my band and think I need more. Hopefully he can find it when I makes appointment. Sigh

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8.8 pounds a month is great weight loss....... Don't kid yourself or feel bad about "slow" progress. That's GREAT progress. Like I always say.... I added on an average of 5 to 6 pounds a YEAR for 25 YEARS....... I'm thrilled to lose 5 to 6 pounds a MONTH over 2 to 3 YEARS........ even with an occasional stall!

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