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Just continue following the instructions your bariatric team gave you and it will happen. My Hair loss started at about 5 months and continued for about 3 months. Luckily, I had a lot of hair to start with.

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@SimplyMona I'm pre-op so nor sure about the Hair loss but i just wanted to say congratulations, you look fantastic! Thats a great change in such a short period of time. Well done!!!

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how long have you been stuck at 200? I've had stalls last as long as a month. Just stick to your program and your weight loss should start up again.

I had very little Hair loss, fortunately. It started at about five months out and lasted maybe three months. I didn't really notice it other than some extra strands in my comb - so I'm sure no one else did.

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Stalls are a natural part of the weight loss process. Hang in there. Keep doing all the things you're supposed to be doing like eating Protein, getting in your Water, and maybe get some walking in.

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Love the new hair! I know it may be to hide the loss but it suits you. And you look great. The stall will break. Don't worry.

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how long have you been stuck at 200? I've had stalls last as long as a month. Just stick to your program and your weight loss should start up again.
I had very little Hair loss, fortunately. It started at about five months out and lasted maybe three months. I didn't really notice it other than some extra strands in my comb - so I'm sure no one else did.
For about three weeks. I am working on the Protein and trying to be very mindful of everything I eat. Hopefully it will break


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Stalls are a natural part of the weight loss process. Hang in there. Keep doing all the things you're supposed to be doing like eating Protein, getting in your Water, and maybe get some walking in.
I've been lax on my protein and water, working on that since yesterday to be more conscious of the details.

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