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I was sleeved November 2018was at 267hw cw is 190. bmi is still 30 have not lost additional weight since about 9 months post op. is it too soon to consider a revision should I just do plastics. please help

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Why are you considering rny or plastics? To lose more weight?
Have you tried tweaking your diet? You may be able to lose more weight without revising your surgery

I personally would not consider plastics unless I was happy with my weight and stable for awhile.

Give us more info and we will try to help you with your questions. Are you still sticking to your eating plan?

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I wouldn't consider plastics until you've been at or close to goal weight for 6 months to a year. It doesn't seem like you've given it enough time yet to even consider a revision. I would get back to the basics and on track with your eating and try to lose more before I'd make any decisions. Good luck whatever you decide.

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I agree with everyone else - go back to basics. Protein first, then non-starchy vegetables. Weigh/measure and track your food. It's too early to consider plastics (plus they don't really do plastics for weight loss, that I'm aware of - they Lipo sometimes for small, stubborn fat deposits and/or to even things out, but to make people lose weight - no, not really...). And normally revisions are done for medical reasons. I'd give it another shot - you could probably drop more weight if you really buckled down.

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Would you qualify for a revision at this weight or does your BMI have to be higher? Would this be self-pay?

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