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Hi everyone!

It's officially been a year since my SIPS (aka Modified DS) with Dr. Roslin at Lenox Hill and I couldn't be happier!

I am down 125 lbs and 25 BMI points. I had my one year check-in and everything looks good, and they told me I don't have to lose any more weight (although I think I'd be comfortable losing 5-10 more and toning.)

Now I'm planning for a Tummy Tuck and brachioplasty in a few months once my weight is stablized.

This surgery is so worth it; I can't believe the difference, not only physically, but emotionally and mentally as well. To everyone thinking about doing this or who has and may be struggling: keep at it. You won't regret it.

#transformationtuesday

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Congrats! Those are some amazing results! And don't forget, you'll be losing upwards 10-20 additional lbs or so with that tuck from the skin removal!

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I love how you wore the same necklace and a sleek (yet also black) outfit. Beautifully defined legs and a nice waspy waist. The new slender you looks taller, too. Your face is beautiful, before and after, but in the after photo, it's wonderfully taut. Do I see dimples in the after photo?:)

I'm only 43 days post-op. One year seems like forever away.

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I love how you wore the same necklace and a sleek (yet also black) outfit. Beautifully defined legs and a nice waspy waist. The new slender you looks taller, too. Your face is beautiful, before and after, but in the after photo, it's wonderfully taut. Do I see dimples in the after photo?[emoji4]
I'm only 43 days post-op. One year seems like forever away.


Thank you so much!!
The first three months are the hardest. After that it honestly flies by. At least it did for me! And so worth it. You can do it!!


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Congrats to you!!

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On 7/24/2018 at 8:17 AM, ebroms17 said:

Hi everyone!

It's officially been a year since my SIPS (aka Modified DS) with Dr. Roslin at Lenox Hill and I couldn't be happier!

I am down 125 lbs and 25 BMI points. I had my one year check-in and everything looks good, and they told me I don't have to lose any more weight (although I think I'd be comfortable losing 5-10 more and toning.)

Now I'm planning for a Tummy Tuck and brachioplasty in a few months once my weight is stablized.

This surgery is so worth it; I can't believe the difference, not only physically, but emotionally and mentally as well. To everyone thinking about doing this or who has and may be struggling: keep at it. You won't regret it.

#transformationtuesday

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Incredible transformation! Way to go!

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WOW! Just wow! You look great! Such an inspiration.

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You look great. Another wonderful success story to help with the motivation. Congrats!!!!

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You look amazing, Congratulations! And, thank you for posting. As someone who is starting out in the process (2 weeks post op), your post was very inspirational.


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