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I stop by every now and then! 😁

Weight has been holding steady and doing fine....it just seems like life gets so busy! And i've noticed not many banders left

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Nice to see everyone's response here. It has been 4 years for me, but since I never reached my ultimate goal weight, I continue to fight the good fight. I finally got myself on track where I should have been way back then, and am very close to my goal. Once I'm past that point and have my plastics, I guess I'll feel more like my bariatric journey is complete.

Until then, I'll continue to be a regular here and check in daily!

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5 years for me in October I’m not on regularly but try to check in when ever I can

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It has been almost 7 years since my sleeve. I was doing really awesome until I allowed myself to start drinking Frappacinos from Starbucks. Now I stopped and am pretty much following the ketogenetic diet. Cut out carbs and have increased good fat intake... I am finally back on track...

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Still around, still trying to provide help and support where I can.

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I’m still here. I going on 4 yrs post op.
I’m not on here a lot, but we’re here❤️

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I’m still here. I going on 4 yrs post op.
I’m not on here a lot, but we’re here❤️

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I am here too. 6 years post off.

Sent from my SM-N950U using BariatricPal mobile app

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I'm here occasionally. Almost 5 years post-op.

HW 314 SW 296 GW 177 CW 169

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I’m 4 years As of September 26. I literally starting feeling so depressed about my weight gain. I’ve gained 36 pounds and never made my goal weight. I’m wondering if I can have a revision

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For those vets have yall been able to keep most of the weight off?

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