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I’m trying to rally round some more specific support for people that are Sleeve to RNY (either pre or post op RNY). Not sure the best way to do this. I did create a group.... anyone interested? It’s called “Revision Journey.” Anyone interested?

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I am just getting on to these forums. I just had my revision surgery on 9/26/19. I am interested in your Revision Journey.

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I would be interested. I had the sleeve in 2013, lost 70, gained back 55 so I just had the rny bypass a week ago. I felt like a failure with it not working the first time and recovery has been tougher then expected. I’m really struggling with the liquids only part, although not hungry. Just don’t want to make same mistakes again. Would love support

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I am also interested in this. I have the sleeve in 2015, regained weight, and will be having RNY on October 29. I cannot find a lot of information on this and what I have found seems to suggest that much weight loss doesn’t occur. Would love to hear from those who have already had it.

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I'm having a revision next week on Thursday Oct 24th. I would take part in this group. Thanks

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39 minutes ago, mhonica39 said:

It's not easy ride tho

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What did you find most difficult with the revision?

I am going to revise sleeve to bypass 11/22 and would live to hear others experiences.

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I had my sleeve done in 2017, lost 100 pounds, gained half of that back, and am now looking to have a revision to gastric bypass early next year. Am frustrated I failed the first time around, and that I didn’t go for a bypass in the first place. I’d be interested in joining the group.

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I’d love to follow and join. I was sleeved Feb 2015 and lost 117 pounds. I gained 40 lbs of it back and some bile reflux. I’m scheduled to get revised to RNY on Oct 29th. I would love to hear more experiences with this revision.

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On 10/10/2019 at 2:42 PM, BarbM said:

I am just getting on to these forums. I just had my revision surgery on 9/26/19. I am interested in your Revision Journey.

www.facebook.com/groups/revisionjourney

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On 10/15/2019 at 3:53 AM, Gomullers said:

I would be interested. I had the sleeve in 2013, lost 70, gained back 55 so I just had the rny bypass a week ago. I felt like a failure with it not working the first time and recovery has been tougher then expected. I’m really struggling with the liquids only part, although not hungry. Just don’t want to make same mistakes again. Would love support

I'm nervous about this too. www.facebook.com/groups/revisionjourney

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On 10/15/2019 at 5:26 PM, Toni R. said:

I am also interested in this. I have the sleeve in 2015, regained weight, and will be having RNY on October 29. I cannot find a lot of information on this and what I have found seems to suggest that much weight loss doesn’t occur. Would love to hear from those who have already had it.

Would love to have you join. www.facebook.com/groups/revisionjourney

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