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Well done! Enjoy the process!

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Good job! You're doing great! 🙌

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You look wonderful!

Congratulations!!! 🎆🎈🎇

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You look very pretty! Congrats!!

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Omg your doing great. I'm only 3 weeks out of surgery and down 22 lbs.

Are you exercising alot?

I haven't started yet.One of my incision reopened so as soon as the infection is gone I want to start.

Congratulations on your progress

Allie in SC

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Omg your doing great. I'm only 3 weeks out of surgery and down 22 lbs.
Are you exercising alot?
I haven't started yet.One of my incision reopened so as soon as the infection is gone I want to start.
Congratulations on your progress
Allie in SC
Hi, that's amazing for 3 weeks. I'm 4 and a half weeks and I've lost 14lbs. Also they didnt close one of my incisions, it's starting to heal. Just finished the antibiotics. I had to do 3 weeks liquid diet, 2 weeks pureed and will be on the 2 week soft diet soon. I hope the infection clears up soon for you hun. Otherwise how have you been feeling? Xxx

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Next week I’ll be 3 months post op, so I thought I’d make another update. I’m 70lbs down and loving the process. Photos are 1 day post op VS now [emoji847]image-0.0220537185668945.thumb.jpg.cd1f9bbeb99cc82175f792a96fe3ffaf.jpg
Amazing progress xxx

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