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I passed my psyche eval just have my EGD, FINAL DIETARY CONSULT, AND A1C reduction (9.9 needs to be below 9) to go. I've been put on jardiance for a1c. When I first started this I lost 6 pounds in 1 month but have gotten sick twice since then and couldn't exercise. Been trying to stick to the dietary changes and I joined a gym but haven't been able to go much. Fell off the treadmill (lol) and work. I don't think I've lost honestly think I'm back to my original wait the one I've been stuck on for 10 years 246. I am doing this because I'm tired of my diabetes. I think my husband is scared of either me dying or me leaving him. I feel he needs counseling for prevailing issues of infidelity (i think this is why he thinks I want to do this.keep trying to explain it's not about him or what he's done..he doesn't understand that Ive tried weightloss exercise and all but I'm still sick)anyway. My doc says it's pretty similar to gall bladder surgery which I had 2 years ago ( I apparently took a swing at the nurse trying to wake me up..fun time). This year I've had to deal with cancer and a possible IUD related miscarriage of sorts among other things. Im thinking of making regular psych appointments so that the stress won't get me back here. After talking to people that seems to be the trend that causes relapse into weight gain. I've checked my nervous eating tendencies over a year ago. This is rambling a bit but I'm trying to remember it all. The closer I get the more nervous and scared I get about it.

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Hang in there! You will find a great deal of support on this forum.

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I was Type 2 diabetic, had high blood pressure and high cholesterol and was on medication for each of those for years. The day of my surgery, I was taken off all meds and haven't been on them since. It's been almost 2 years now and my A1C tests have all been normal. I went though many different emotions throughout this journey but I can honestly say it was the best decision I ever made. I'm so much healthier and happier now and I'm sure you will be too.

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