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So I'm 51 days post op and I lost a total of just 30lbs. I havent been the greatest at this journey because I did try some things that I shouldn't have but I have been on my best behavior lately. I have been consumming my 60 gram of Protein and my 64 oz of Water but I'm not losing nothing. I constantly constipated. I dont know what to do...someone help me please.

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You’ve lost 30 lbs in less than 2 months? Doesn’t seem like you’re ‘losing nothing ‘ to me

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that's about where I was at that point.

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30 pounds in two months is more than "only" -- it's WONDERFUL! Stalls happen, don't worry about them. Just continue to follow the plan.

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7 hours ago, ruthalbert21 said:

So I'm 51 days post op and I lost a total of just 30lbs. I havent been the greatest at this journey because I did try some things that I shouldn't have but I have been on my best behavior lately. I have been consumming my 60 gram of Protein and my 64 oz of Water but I'm not losing nothing. I constantly constipated. I dont know what to do...someone help me please.

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I had my surgery may 31st so almost 50days post op ive lost 33 pounds, from 237 to 204. I was feeling like i wasnt losing enough then a bunch of people posted a chart of where u should be at estimating in general where u should be at and it made me feel better. My surgeon made me feel like i was going to be losing fast so in my mind i was thinking a pound a day sounded good. Lol. I am only losing 1 pound a week. So im frusterated but i think sence the 4th week ive stalled for 4 or 5 days and finally lose a pound thats just what my body wants to do right now i guess. I get over 13,000 steps in , thought that would help it hasnt changed the scale yet.

So ur doing awesome! Its a slow and steady race now! I was hoping id wake up and feel 50pounds thinner. Haha if only we could click our red shoes together and have that wish.

I dont poop everyday ether. 2 weeks ago i think i didnt go for like 4 days till finally did and a pound came out of that. :) i cant wait to get under 200!!!

Good luck! Keep ur eyes on the prize!

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I had my surgery may 31st so almost 50days post op ive lost 33 pounds, from 237 to 204. I was feeling like i wasnt losing enough then a bunch of people posted a chart of where u should be at estimating in general where u should be at and it made me feel better. My surgeon made me feel like i was going to be losing fast so in my mind i was thinking a pound a day sounded good. Lol. I am only losing 1 pound a week. So im frusterated but i think sence the 4th week ive stalled for 4 or 5 days and finally lose a pound thats just what my body wants to do right now i guess. I get over 13,000 steps in , thought that would help it hasnt changed the scale yet.
So ur doing awesome! Its a slow and steady race now! I was hoping id wake up and feel 50pounds thinner. Haha if only we could click our red shoes together and have that wish.
I dont poop everyday ether. 2 weeks ago i think i didnt go for like 4 days till finally did and a pound came out of that. [emoji4] i cant wait to get under 200!!!
Good luck! Keep ur eyes on the prize!
That's what I want too. I can't wait to get under 250lbs thats my first goal. I hope it will happen for me soon too. I guess I expect to lose more.

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