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I so much happier and healthier, after I got my surgery I just wish I did sooner and not let my weight get so high that I weigh over 600 lbs. I know I still have a long way to go but I weigh 400. I can do a lot more things know, that I couldn't before. My goal is to write a book about my journey, and help people with their surgery.

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This is awesome! It gives me hope. I’m 5 days post op and have been going back and forth regretting my decision. Sounds like it gets better.

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My only regret about the surgery is that I didn't do it 20 years earlier!

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2 hours ago, Recidivist said:

My only regret about the surgery is that I didn't do it 20 years earlier!

me too!!!

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Seems to be a pretty universal thought; it changes so much for the BETTER, you wonder why you waited!

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19 hours ago, JMA2019 said:

This is awesome! It gives me hope. I’m 5 days post op and have been going back and forth regretting my decision. Sounds like it gets better.

Yes, it does I can do more things now that I couldn't now when I weigh over 600 lbs like tie my own shoes, walking without getting out of breath.

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