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I am 4 years post op. I started at 227 and my lowest weight has been 103. I've done amazing. These last three months I have gained 14 lbs. I known shouldn't worry but I am. I would like to lose at least 7 of those. We all know the struggle and I fight it everyday still.

Any advice on how to drop those few lbs? Can't seem to do it.

Thanks so much and many blessings!!

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how is your eating? Do you exercise at all?

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I work 7 days a week mostly 12 hr shifts. Nights. So I honestly don't exercise. Work is my exercise. (not making excuses). I'm just wore out from working.

I eat a lot of Soup, meats, and veggies. My weakness is my coffees I do used fat free Creamer now.

My eating could be better. I don't have the time to meal prep like I used to.

Just very worried.

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2 hours ago, sammi123 said:

I am 4 years post op. I started at 227 and my lowest weight has been 103. I've done amazing. These last three months I have gained 14 lbs. I known shouldn't worry but I am. I would like to lose at least 7 of those. We all know the struggle and I fight it everyday still.

Any advice on how to drop those few lbs? Can't seem to do it.

Thanks so much and many blessings!!

From your reckoning then you are 117lbs. You are still well below your goal weight and currently at a healthy BMI. Maybe your body is just readjusting. Giving yourself a little leeway might be a good thing for now.

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I work 7 days a week mostly 12 hr shifts. Nights. So I honestly don't exercise. Work is my exercise. (not making excuses). I'm just wore out from working.

I eat a lot of Soup, meats, and veggies. My weakness is my coffees I do used fat free creamer now.

My eating could be better. I don't have the time to meal prep like I used to.

Just very worried.

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I know and fear my worry is for nothing but going up a pants size is frightening. And If the weight continues to spike I'm in trouble cause I know how hard it is for me to lose.

I am blessed and know I am Fortunate. I'm not trying to be ungrateful at all. Just cautious.

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a 10-20 lb rebound weight, usually during year 3 (although it can be earlier or later for some) is EXTREMELY common. A dietitian who gave a presentation on one of Unjury's virtual support groups a couple of weeks ago said they don't even consider it regain until you gain more than 15% of your lowest weight (so for you, that would be slightly over 15 lbs). Under that, and it's just your body settling in to a weight it feels comfortable at.

you can always lose weight again by cutting your calories - although weight loss is a struggle for those of us at or near a normal BMI.

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