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I have lost twenty-four pounds since having surgery on April 12th. I have hit a stall. (I am not discouraged. I will succeed with my weight loss. :) This is me cheering myself on! I need this some times!)

I had this surgery to be healthier for myself and my family. I will continue to eat healthy and keep my journals.

I plan on mixing my diet up this week and seeing if that helps. (I am having a hard time eating Breakfast due to time constraints at work. I have been drinking a Protein Shake and having coffee. What do you eat?)

Are any of you at a stall?

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had my surgery on 4/16 todate I have lost 40 lbs..I am at a stall now for two weeks...


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8 hours ago, ej0523 said:


had my surgery on 4/16 todate I have lost 40 lbs..I am at a stall now for two weeks...


Wow! You have lost a lot of weight! Congrats!

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5 hours ago, mjcclkwd said:

Hi. Had my surgery 4/18. Have lost 27 lbs. was also on a stall and just started losing again. I also drink a Premier Protein drink once per day to get my numbers in.

Good to know! Hopefully my weight loss will start again soon! Congrats on what you have lost so far!

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I was sleeved on 4/27. Friday is my 7 week anniversary. As of today I have lost 39 pounds since surgery. It would be amazing if I reached an even 40 by friday, but I won't hold my breath!

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I am down 52lbs since my surgery April 4th, I find that removing all carbs and sugar from diet seems to produce the best results. Whenever I eat bread,rice,potatoes I tend to loose slower, usually to get over a stall I jump on a Liquid Protein diet for a day and it kick starts me right back up.

Excersing has definitely play a crucial part in my weight loss so be sure to get in the gym soon to help you achieve your goal.

Things to avoid all together

Alcoholic beverages, sugars as they cause huge eating binges atleast for me.

my breakfast when I have time is egg whites and a slice of deli ham mixed together. If not I do a coffee and Protein Shake same as you.

good luck

Edited by AASosa

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Hi J@Alabama, how long is your stall?

I had a gain and a stall at around 5 - 6 weeks, when I started eating solid foods, because all I could keep down was starchy foods like potato and banana. So I ate plenty of those, and I stalled ofcourse. When I brought my carbs under 50g, I started losing more steady again. If I don't see any loss in 3-4 days, I go a day fasting, or drink a Water pill and scale keeps moving.

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I am nine weeks out and have been stalled for a little over a week. However the scales have moved today.

I am not overeating on the carb side. I actually think I wasn’t getting enough calories.

Thanks for all the input everyone!

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I think that is my problem also, I get a lot of nausea when im hungry or full.


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