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Hi Everyone,


Had my sleeve one week ago and I cannot thank everyone enough for all the sharing they have done. These posts have gotten me through some really tough days and I just wanted to say a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone!

I went through the regret stage, but knew that it wasn't uncommon and that helped tremendously! I have been forcing myself to hydrate and move around and today I even went back to the gym to walk on the treadmill for a while! I feel amazing, advanced my diet and just knowing that you are all here to support me (and everyone else) has been life changing! I know this is a marathon and not a sprint but having all of you in my corner means the world to me!

Thank you all so much and keep posting! It all matters!!!

Hugs,

Judy

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18 minutes ago, chrnnurse said:

Hi Everyone,


Had my sleeve one week ago and I cannot thank everyone enough for all the sharing they have done. These posts have gotten me through some really tough days and I just wanted to say a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone!

I went through the regret stage, but knew that it wasn't uncommon and that helped tremendously! I have been forcing myself to hydrate and move around and today I even went back to the gym to walk on the treadmill for a while! I feel amazing, advanced my diet and just knowing that you are all here to support me (and everyone else) has been life changing! I know this is a marathon and not a sprint but having all of you in my corner means the world to me!

Thank you all so much and keep posting! It all matters!!!

Hugs,

Judy

Congrats!! I'm pretty convinced that hydration may be the single most important predictor of how easy/difficult things go for you during the 4-6 month healing phase. Just MHO.

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Congrats! We are all here to help one another.

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