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Good for you man, that's awesome! It is definitely amazing how WLS changes lives.

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Wow congratulations, I admire you! It's very motivating to hear your story

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1 hour ago, RussT said:

I had my sleeve surgery in November 2016. Pre surgery weight was 470. After 2 week pre-op diet I was 440. This week I weighed in at 220 pounds. That's 250 pounds LOST and it's been easy. I am insanely glad that I made the decision to get this surgery. I've heard stories of people who gain weight back after this surgery, and it baffles my mind because even 2+ years later I still get full so quickly. I can't imagine how anyone can eat too much with such a reduced stomach size. I know instantly that I cannot eat anymore once my stomach is full. I know instantly that if I took another bite I would feel physically ill. Anyway, I am beyond happy with my health and the way I look. From a 58 waist to a 36 slim fit in jeans.

Yay me!

That is a huge inspiration. I am starting at a similar weight, and this gives me so much encouragement!

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Congratulations!!!

Doing a victory dance, woohoo!

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Congrats and thank you for sharing! Truly inspirational!

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Congrats on your success!!!

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Woohoo, what an amazing job! :)

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Congrats it’s only been 10 months for me I’m already under my goal weight I’m down 136 pounds started at 309 I’m 173 went from size 42 jeans to size 32 skinny jeans, it’s good to know you can keep it off right now I’m doing Brazilian jujutsu 4 times a week and Japanese jujutsu 3 times a week. How is your workout looking like ???

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