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Hi i was sleeve on April 12 2016.. i end up pregnant.. so i gained back 60 pound out the 80 i loss.. i just has another wls on 3/12/18 to a single-anastomosis duodenal switch.. (they did not touch my tummy)... SO my question is has any one elsa had it done.. i cant find much on the average people lose .. i have loss 10 pounds in one week ..

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I had the DS or loop done 2/17/17 I lost 110 pounds in a year. But I also didn’t exercise like I should have. But I’m very satisfied with the results. Do to the switch of the intestines we don’t absorb a lot of calories or necessary nutrients so they feel the long term success is better.

I don’t think it’s a standard to the amount of weight you lose. Every individual is different. It depends on your compliance and determination. Like they all say this is only a tool.

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I’ve gained back much of the weight I lost after my VSG and really I’m interested in this procedure, any additional information is truly appreciated.

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I had the DS or loop done 2/17/17 I lost 110 pounds in a year. But I also didn’t exercise like I should have. But I’m very satisfied with the results. Do to the switch of the intestines we don’t absorb a lot of calories or necessary nutrients so they feel the long term success is better.
I don’t think it’s a standard to the amount of weight you lose. Every individual is different. It depends on your compliance and determination. Like they all say this is only a tool.

I hope I helped

I understand that .. but its hard to find anyone that has had it over a year.. im not saying i will lose the same.. But it would be nice to know whats the AVERAGE people do lose

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I had SIPS 12/11 and was told to expect close to the bypass results. So far so good. I lost 1/2 my excess in less than 3 mos.


SIPS procedure 12/11/17
SW 307
CW 214 GW 160

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Took a 1/3rd out. Sips is both the stomach and the intestines


SIPS procedure 12/11/17
SW 307
CW 214 GW 160

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You basically had a 2 step SADi. The VSG was step 1, and the intestinal bypass was step 2.

I had the single loop (SADi DS) done in Nov 2014 and lost about 150 lbs in 10 months. The VSG takes the weight off, and the bypass keeps it off. It's lower risk and requires fewer Vitamins than a standard DS procedure. I'm not sure about any standard weight loss numbers. I lost 100% of my excess fat and it's still off in year 4.

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You basically had a 2 step SADi. The VSG was step 1, and the intestinal bypass was step 2.
I had the single loop (SADi DS) done in Nov 2014 and lost about 150 lbs in 10 months. The VSG takes the weight off, and the bypass keeps it off. It's lower risk and requires fewer Vitamins than a standard DS procedure. I'm not sure about any standard weight loss numbers. I lost 100% of my excess fat and it's still off in year 4.

When you did it did they touch your tummy

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On 3/21/2018 at 7:54 AM, Suwade said:

I had SIPS 12/11 and was told to expect close to the bypass results. So far so good. I lost 1/2 my excess in less than 3 mos.


SIPS procedure 12/11/17
SW 307
CW 214 GW 160

3 months and lost 90lbs? That's amazing I'm not sure which way to go RNY or sips/mini bypass?? I need to lose 140lbs in under a year!

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