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6 months ahead of you, doing the same at 200n yesterday I thought I did perfect but just above, today may I be back just below! Wearing my 1st Junior-sized leggings- a 19 but fits So NICE, please GOD----- I have come so far, let this be neither a stall nor stoppage. I have come so far to come so far! Let me show O.S.U.-😷--what really somebody my age can still do! 😛❤😛💔

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March 27th was my gastric bypass. Down 43 pounds from surgery date, and 60 pounds from highest weight. I'd like to lose another 65 pounds.

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Have you hit a stall riverwalker I been stalked for three weeks

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I was stalled for a bit several weeks ago and it's slowed down for me even after the stall, but I've started doing a lot more cardio and strength training. I'm down to 300 pounds as of this morning. 114 lost from highest weight, 81 lost from surgery date.

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I had surgery on March 8th and am down 70 lbs since surgery and 105 lbs from my highest weight. I have some challenges with food, at times I don’t listen to my pouch and take that extra bite of food, which results in me getting sick, but I’m working on listening to my body.

I’m also fearful of gaining everything back down the road. I’ve had several people tell me about a friend who had surgery years ago and gained all the weight back. I know everyone is different and I’m in control of my food choices but I can’t help but worry.

Overall, it’s been gong well and I’m really happy I finally made the choice to have surgery. 😊

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9 hours ago, Pug-Mom-Patti said:

I had surgery on March 8th and am down 70 lbs since surgery and 105 lbs from my highest weight. I have some challenges with food, at times I don’t listen to my pouch and take that extra bite of food, which results in me getting sick, but I’m working on listening to my body.

I’m also fearful of gaining everything back down the road. I’ve had several people tell me about a friend who had surgery years ago and gained all the weight back. I know everyone is different and I’m in control of my food choices but I can’t help but worry.

Overall, it’s been gong well and I’m really happy I finally made the choice to have surgery. 😊

That’s awesome progress. I’m right behind you. My surgery was March 4th. I feel the same as you. I struggle some days but don’t regret the surgery for one minute. I feel for the first time that I am living my best life. I too though worry about regain. I guess we just have to have faith in ourselves. Keep up the good work!

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Stalled again at almost 5 months out. For about 2 1/2 weeks so far. I'm 50 pounds down but wishing this stall hadnt hit now. Onederland is only 22 pounds away and I'm feeling discouraged. Not really sure the best thing to do so I'm going back to supplementing my mini meals with Protein Shakes and ~700 calories per day. At least for a few days. I admit my Water intake has been poor over the past 2 weeks and I will push to ensure I get my 64-72 in today.

Does anyone have any other ideas for stall busters???

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