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¡Hola, amigos!


¡Que gusto darle los bienvenidos a BariatricPal! Es un espacio para toda la comunidad de la cirugía para perder peso.


Como un paciente de la cirugía de banda gástrica, sé bien lo difícil que es para perder peso. Hay que adoptar un nuevo estilo de vida. No es solo un cambio de dieta sino también un cambio de actitud, de su hábitos diarios, quizás de sus relaciones personales...casi de todo. Por eso se necesita el apoyo.


Aquí está. Este sitio web y este foro son fuentes significativas de apoyo. Aquí hay personas quienes hayan pasado por las mismas experiencias que Usted. Le puedan dar respuestas a todo sus preguntas. Puedan empatizar consigo y ofrecerle un abrazo. No hay que temer que alguien le juzgue a Usted en el espacio de BariatricPal. Es una comunidad lleno de cariño y respeto.


Se puede hablar de todo lo que tiene que ver con la cirugía bariatrica desde la punta de considerarlo hasta que ha llegado a su peso ideal. Discuten sus temores, logros, y preguntas. Pide ayuda y deles apoyo a otros miembros. ¡Somos un sistema de apoyo fenomenal!


¡Disfruten el foro, y buena suerte en el logro de sus sueños!


Cariñosos saludos,


Alex


Fundador, BariatricPal

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Hola! Que bueno que pusieron un foro en español!

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Me alegro que tenga un foro en espanol pero me tarde mas de una hora en encontrarlo. Seria bueno que lo pusieran en el primer menu.

I am glad that you created a Spanish forum but it took me an hour to find it. I will be good to put it at the beginning in the fist menu option.

Thank you

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Me alegro que tenga un foro en espanol pero me tarde mas de una hora en encontrarlo. Seria bueno que lo pusieran en el primer menu.

I am glad that you created a Spanish forum but it took me an hour to find it. I will be good to put it at the beginning in the fist menu option.

Thank you

Hecho!

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Lastima que no hay tantas personas en el foro en espanol. Ojala que en el futuro seamos mas. Gracias!

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Por lo pronto ojala nos podamos ayudar los que estamos!

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Mis hermanas y hermanos bariatrica.......Hablo solamente un pequito Espanol, pero bienvenido a la foro. Ustedes encontraran amigos y apoyo aqui.

My bariatric brothers and sisters........I only speak a little Spanish, but welcome to the forum. You will find friends and support here.

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Gracias Miss Mac!

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Hey donde estan mis hispanos aqui!!??? Necesitamos mas apoyo soy karla vivo actualmente en connecticut por 4 años ya pero soy nacida y criada en puerto rico tengo 3 varones y mi esposo ah! Y un perrito lol! Empece la jornada de perder peso hace un año y medio el proceso para la cirugia fue bien largo pero valio la pena me hice vsg o gastric sleeve julio 1ero 2014 y la mejor desicion q he tomado en años 79 libras hasta ahora y me siento mejor q nunca y tu cual es tu historia??

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Hola Karla 29

Mi nombre es Sandy tengo dos hijas. Mi cirugía fue el 29 de enero.

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Ahh y soi dominicana asi q arriba el caribe jijijiji

arriba!! Wepa!!! Lol! :)

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Hola, soy Carolina.

Me alegro de haberlos encontrado, soy Colombiana, viuda desde hace 2 años y con 2 hijos de 5 y 2 años y medio.

He decidido practicarme el bypass gástrico y espero que esta sea la mejor decisión que tomo en muchos años. Se que no es milagroso, pero que,e ayudara a logras mis metas.

Tengan bonita noche! Bendiciones.

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Bienvenida Carolina!

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