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On at , passion12 said:

Me and its driving me crazy!

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It’s so frustrating my Dr is always encouraging but I can tell even he is surprised.... all I can say is I prob do not consume enough Water but aside from that I’m doing everything and I can barely eat so that isn’t the issue...
so annoying
When were you sleeved?

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Considering you started at a lower weight compared to many others (my surgery weight was 321) you are actually doing REALLY good! I lost 59 pounds in the first three months (and I was 63 pounds heavier than you on surgery day) and you've lost 36 so far. I also admittedly had a different surgery than you though I do have a sleeved stomach with my surgery. Honestly, you shouldn't feel discouraged at all, you're doing amazing! Be proud!

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On at , NovaLuna said:



Considering you started at a lower weight compared to many others (my surgery weight was 321) you are actually doing REALLY good! I lost 59 pounds in the first three months (and I was 63 pounds heavier than you on surgery day) and you've lost 36 so far. I also admittedly had a different surgery than you though I do have a sleeved stomach with my surgery. Honestly, you shouldn't feel discouraged at all, you're doing amazing! Be proud!


Thank you , I just had in my mind one way it would be and it turned out to be another so it’s sometimes a struggle

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Congrats on having your surgery & your weight loss so far.

You likely aren’t doing anything wrong. Generally, the less you have to lose the slower you’ll lose. But, we all lose at our own rate. Some at similar height, age & weight will lose very quickly, others will lose very slowly. Our age, genetics, gender, health, personal weight loss history, type of surgery, etc. all impact our progress. There is no right or wrong speed just as long as you’re losing.

Stick to your program. Do the work. You will lose your weight & get to your goal just in your time. Just watch those numbers decrease, your clothes to get too big, your health to improve & enjoy your progress.

Good luck.

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Yes! I have Very slow weightloss 2lbs a week..at least it's coming off..they say slower weightloss is healthier , more apt at keeping the weight off..im happy at 2 lbs a week. Of course I wish it was more..those 2 lbs a week add up quickly. My surgery date was in June . as of today I have lost 47 lbs..very slow but effectively.

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