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3 months post OP and 5 weeks pregnant



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Congrats on the new baby!!! That's a wonderful thing, even if the timing isn't as ideal as your doctors might have preferred (hey, **** happens, right???). In the end, there is nothing more important that children and being good mommies and daddies--which also means we need to be taking good care of ourselves. I am sure you've heard this all before, but you really need to work closely with your surgical team, Ob-Gyn and your nutritionist during this pregnancy. It's going to be a big challenge for your to get in the calories you need for your growing baby and to keep your weight down so after you have your little one, you don't have an extra 30-40 pounds to lose. You can do it--but it's going to require a lot of extra work on your part. You can still exercise your @ss off during the pregnancy and sticky to a healthy diet created by your medical team (really stick to it!!). It will all work out well in the end! It's going to great if you put in the effort!!

Lol yea Steve, ish happens 🤣🤣🤣. You've given me one of the best advices I've heard on this platform, and you're funny too. Thanks again, I'll be sure to really listen to my medical team. 🤩🤩

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Seriously, could you be more of a d**k? Save your judgment for yourself.
Thanks Steve, some people really like to hear themselves talk sometimes. But thanks for standing up for me, [emoji1376][emoji1376]

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[mention=354699]Bebeak[/mention]
hmmmmm, i was in your exact position 40 years ago (no WLS though)!!!,
and my DD turned out just like her mom.
wonderful weight loss.
repeating from all, talk to your NUT/team - take care of yourself.
it always should be, but these next few months - it's totally all about you!![emoji5]
out of curiosity (you know what they say about that)! Is this your 1rst child?
holding a glass of Water to you and your healthy beautiful baby to be.[emoji5]
best wishes
kathy
congrats
Thanks proudgrammy, no this isn't my first child. But thanks very much for the wishes

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Always wondered how pregnancy would go after a Bariatric surgery. Good luck!

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I have been trying for ten years to conceive before surgery I have pcos I'm only one month post op but even with the risks am hoping to get pregnant maybe not very soon but hopefully just a question did you have fertility problems before hand? Congrats by the way

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Congratulations! Just enjoy your pregnancy, make healthy choices and try to be stress free during the upcoming months. We're all cheering you on momma!

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On 03/28/2019 at 23:39, Bebeak said:

Like my title says; I'm 3 months post OP and I'm almost 6 weeks pregnant. Has anyone ever find themselves or know someone who's been in this situation? Was the pregnancy successful? My surgeon said while they recommend waiting 12 to 18 months post OP before getting pregnant, it's not impossible to do. I wanna know what to look forward to..... thanks in advance guys!

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Hey there. First congratulations. Second I’m in a similar situation. 8 months post op and coming up on 6 weeks. I’m still in shock. Although I haven’t hit my goal weight, the weight loss has stabilized. Im planning on continuing to eat healthy and exercising to minimize my weight gain. Doctors recommended no more than 15lbs which is okay with me.

Obviously this was not planned but is welcomed none the less. I pray you have a safe and stress free pregnancy.

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And may Bad Wolf's puppy and your little one both come into the world, kicking, screaming and healthy. And that is the Bottom Line for all you girls , isn't it?

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Omg that’s super exciting congrats!!!

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On 04/14/2019 at 12:22, Frustr8 said:

And may Bad Wolf's puppy and your little one both come into the world, kicking, screaming and healthy. And that is the Bottom Line for all you girls , isn't it?
Thank you. A healthy baby is all I’m hoping for

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Congrats. Have a safe and healthy pregnancy.

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Hey there. First congratulations. Second I’m in a similar situation. 8 months post op and coming up on 6 weeks. I’m still in shock. Although I haven’t hit my goal weight, the weight loss has stabilized. Im planning on continuing to eat healthy and exercising to minimize my weight gain. Doctors recommended no more than 15lbs which is okay with me.

Obviously this was not planned but is welcomed none the less. I pray you have a safe and stress free pregnancy.
Thank you so much and congrats to you too... No, definitely not planned but definitely welcomed. I have my first official OB appointment on Tuesday, so let's keep the group posted on our journeys and progresses [emoji12] [emoji12]

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And may Bad Wolf's puppy and your little one both come into the world, kicking, screaming and healthy. And that is the Bottom Line for all you girls , isn't it?
Absolutely, thanks. Lol

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