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My highest weight was 330lbs day of surgery I was around 284lbs. I currently weigh 210lbs. I had my surgery March 27,2019. I am happy at my current weight (as in if I don’t loose more I’d be happy) but still going to try and get to 165lbs.

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1 hour ago, MsBrown76 said:

Revision bypass for GERD/Hernia 11/21/19 started: 240 (ate everything I could before pre-op liquids 😝) surgery date: 229 cw: 213 dropped 27lbs in 6 weeks.

My sleeve 11/22/2012 highest weight 364 surgery weight 350 in one year I lost150lbs and maintained weight was 216lbs (through 2018) then I was on Prednisone for all 2018 and I hovered around 235.

Top photo was sleeve 2012-2017. Bottom photo is 2019 pre-bypass and 12/21/19 (my bday) 4wks post-op after bypass. I haven’t been to the gym yet to start toning I’m now 6wks post-op.

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Lookin' good! so pretty 😍

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57 year old... HW 216..BMI 38.9...5 ft 2.5 inches..DOS wt 200...DOS 5/24/19....at present 140lbs BMI 25.2...I am still overweight in 2 more pounds my BMI will be in normal range for the first time ever. Good luck it's still a lot of work you need to make good food choices. It's all about planning and balancing Protein and fluids. New year New You congrats

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On 01/03/2020 at 14:36, ms.sss said:






Lookin' good! so pretty 😍


Thank you ☺️

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39 year old male - 6’2”

Pre-Surgery Weight: 410 lbs

Surgery on 27 September 2019

Current weight: 302 lbs

108 lbs lost in 3 1/2 months

82 lbs to target

Edited by Beast(RNY)

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I am scheduled for surgery on February 24th, and I can relate to being ready to go!

On July 29th, 2019, I weighed 395.4 pounds, my heaviest weight.

Since that date, through a combination of diet changes, daily exercise and Ozempic, I have lost 105 pounds.

My goal for weight loss before surgery was 100 pounds, and I will continue to lose before surgery.

My goal weight following surgery is 145 pounds.

I have found that the small things are what I notice the most. For example, not being winded walking from my car to my office, or not needing an extender for the seatbelt on airplanes!

I also love how much energy I have, even though I have nearly eliminated caffeine (sans a Diet Coke every once in a while :)).

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