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Stallings normal. I saw where someone said that weight loss on a chart looks more like stairs than a slope. I had the bypass lost the first 2 weeks and I've been stalled since. My Dr said to up your Protein and Water when you stall and it should help break it. It didn't really help me but it may help you.

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If you are doing everything your team requires, you are not doing anything wrong. You will stall as your body adjusts to all the changes. It happened to me but the weight will come off.

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I had the gastric sleeve done a month ago. I have been a scale slave. I lost about 10 pounds asap!!! Then over a week of nothing. Then the next week 4 pounds. I am 24 pounds down since the surgery. And it's been the same pattern with every pound. My advice to both of us, follow the instructions, take Vitamins, get required protien, and stay off the scale! 😋

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I had the gastric sleeve done a month ago. I have been a scale slave. I lost about 10 pounds asap!!! Then over a week of nothing. Then the next week 4 pounds. I am 24 pounds down since the surgery. And it's been the same pattern with every pound. My advice to both of us, follow the instructions, take Vitamins, get required protien, and stay off the scale! [emoji39]


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Stay the course, your weight will fluctuate but the weight over time will come down... Stay the course!!!!! Hope this helps...

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It can be very aggravating with stalls, just keep following the plan and the weight will start coming off again. My experience was I would not lose for 3 weeks but maybe a pound or 2 then BAM I would lose 5-8 pounds in a week. Everyone is different on how there bodies release the weight, so whatever you do stick with your plan.

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