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@@Stevehud WOW... what is your secret... I've been stalled at 90 pounds lost for the past 7 weeks... 15 to my goal weight...

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Amazing transformation!!!

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Steve, You don't even look like the same person. Way to go!!!

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thank you all. My secret is, just keep on keeping on, i too have had massive stalls, thankfully im on a 3 pounds loss in the last 5 days. i stopped working out for a week at the behest of some online people who train for a living, and then started up and that seemed to shock my body back into a losing stage. im at 12 pounds to go to my goal but these last like 15 pounds are easily taking the longest. to go from 20+ pound loss months to a 4 to 5 pound onth is...depressing a bit. but i understand it. Just keep on, we will both get there soon enough im sure!

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Almost 3 months post op RNY and down 100lbs pics below.post-252766-14459653970486_thumb.jpgpost-252766-14459654296772_thumb.jpgpost-252766-14459654443788_thumb.jpg

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These are all amazing and inspiring pictures. Congratulations to all of us. This road as we all know it, is not easy, but, we persevere! jake

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I posted this in the "other" thread, but I'll share here as well.

I am a little over 7mo into this. However here is a pic that was from Oct 2014 vs Oct 2015

Today is my first day back at work after been off for 7 weeks (Wife just had our 2nd child). I had to buy all new work clothes as what I was wearing was way too baggy

Selfie in the bathroom mirror at work this AM - 17" neck dress shirt and 36" pants

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in comparison this one was at the 5mo mark - 19" neck dress shirt and 40" pants

Almost 5 month

Edited by OneDollarBill

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Here is one of me lost 143 pounds since January of this year.

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Here is one of me lost 143 pounds since January of this year.

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@@Ginnysboy looking great!!!!

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Here's one from before....sometime around 2009

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And here's one from last month.

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I just found and signed up for this site. I am considering the sleeve, but a bit nervous about the whole thing. Not so much the surgery, but can I do the liquid diets. After looking through this thread I want to thank you all, these pictures are incredibly inspiring. Seeing what you all have done I feel more confident that if i force myself to get started and start seeing results it will still be a difficult process but with great reward. congrats to you all..

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Looking good there

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