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You are rocking this thing!!!!! Put up pictures!!!

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That is awesome!!! Congrats on your success. :)

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Most of the time slowly is best. I guess because it was medication that brought on my weight gain and once I had this surgery, it came off to fast. I've gone from a 22-6 in less than a year and I'm even trying to find ways to stop this loss. I'm never hungry, and when I do eat, I'm still under 1oz of food without pain. The drs are looking into what could be causing the pain, but the weight loss is rapid and I'm losing to much muscle. So slow gets it done. And you'll be more healthier for it. Good luck


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Thank you guys for the kind words? Very shy with Picts - but when I get closer to the goal
I certainly will. There are a few people who were as big as I was that I’d like to do that for.

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Most of the time slowly is best. I guess because it was medication that brought on my weight gain and once I had this surgery, it came off to fast. I've gone from a 22-6 in less than a year and I'm even trying to find ways to stop this loss. I'm never hungry, and when I do eat, I'm still under 1oz of food without pain. The drs are looking into what could be causing the pain, but the weight loss is rapid and I'm losing to much muscle. So slow gets it done. And you'll be more healthier for it. Good luck





Thank you [emoji1317]

The weight was dropping off fast like yours. I agree slow is better. It’s slowed in intervals but then suddenly drops off fast.

I hope you will be okay :( that sounds scary to me. Please give me an update when you can or IM me and let me know. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.


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You are rocking this thing!!!!! Put up pictures!!!



Picts !! Shivers, still feeling funny about that but as I drop more I sure will. Thank you for the kind words!


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Three and a half months and 65 pounds down!
Yep, almost halfway to goal. [emoji6]


that is amazing!!!! you should be so proud!!!

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