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MEN 300-350 LBS START WEIGHT STATS PLEASE



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Might have posted in wrong section before

Looking for some results from men who were 300-350 at surgery date?

What kind of results at either 3,6,9,12months?

What final weight or goal for men right around 6ft?

I'm 34 male 6ft0 321lbs going for RNY soon.

My main goal is anything under 200 but no less than 185 I feel is good for my height build.

Just looking for STATS? Advice?

Thanks

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HI MIKE I FIT THAT I WAS 346 ON 8/1/18 MORE BEFORE WOULD NOT GET ON scale 8/29 312 (SURGERY DATE)

AT 8 MONTHS POST OP ABOUT 210.

TODAY 198 IM 6FT 2 WENT FROM A SIZE 46 PANTS TO 34 WITH A BELT 3 OR 4 X SHIRTS TO MEDIUMS WITH ROOM

CONGRATS ON THE START OF YOUR JOURNEY ANY QUESTIONS I CAN HELP WITH I WILL

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32 6'2" highest weight was 361 immediately before pre op diet. Surgery weight was 340. I am 9 weeks post op and down 73 from peak. Doctor thinks 230 is attainable. Cant wait to see what my new suit size is when I get fitted in a few weeks for a friends wedding. I was wearing a 56 probably closer to a 50.

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Not as tall as you all, 5'9". Weight is as follows

  • 333 at the start of Pre-Op program
  • 306 Surgery date 3/7/19
  • 264 3 months
  • 240 6 months
  • 201 12 months
  • 178 today 16 months

With bypass you should be loose more up front than the sleeve.

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5 hours ago, VIKING 0424 said:

HI MIKE I FIT THAT I WAS 346 ON 8/1/18 MORE BEFORE WOULD NOT GET ON scale 8/29 312 (SURGERY DATE)

AT 8 MONTHS POST OP ABOUT 210.

TODAY 198 IM 6FT 2 WENT FROM A SIZE 46 PANTS TO 34 WITH A BELT 3 OR 4 X SHIRTS TO MEDIUMS WITH ROOM

CONGRATS ON THE START OF YOUR JOURNEY ANY QUESTIONS I CAN HELP WITH I WILL

That's great 100lbs in 8 months :)

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I’m 5’11” and weighed 348 on my sleeve surgery date. 6 days post op I weigh 330. I’m guessing this is normal??

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Started at 360 and maintaining over a year and 4 months around 210.

HW = 360
SW = 292
GW = 220 reached 3/7/18
CW = 210 @ 6'5"
150 pounds lost! [emoji106]

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