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As of today, I am exactly 3 1/2 months post sleeve surgery and have lost 61 pounds!!!! I can't believe it!!! I still feel like I'm fighting for every pound, but I also knew PCOS would do that to me. Still, I'm so so happy that I hit that weight. I know it's going to get tougher the more time that goes by, but the fact that I'm losing and not putting the weight back on is huge!!!! I'm so excited. My next goal is to hit 320 (that will officially put me at a lower weight than I was with Keto - even though I lost 100 pounds then, and it'll only be 67 pounds now, because I went into the surgery a lower weight than I was at when I started keto). After that, my next goal is to hit 299 and be under 300 for the first time since 2005.

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Nice. I think i am finally out of my stall because in the last 5 days i have lost 5lb so thats great. Considering i only lost about 6lb in the previous 30 days.

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WOOHOO! Congratulations.

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Congrats! Keep up the good work

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Great job! I cried when I got under 300 pounds since I'd been over 300 pounds for about 15 years. I was so happy that I shared it with my entire family and all my friends lol. It's a great feeling and you'll know what I'm talking about soon!

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Awesome Job! You're killing it!

Just be kind to yourself when the weight loss slows, as it inevitably will. It's all part of the process. Think about it this way. You're already 70% of the way to the 200's! You'll hit that before you know it!

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52 minutes ago, SpartanMaker said:

Awesome Job! You're killing it!

Just be kind to yourself when the weight loss slows, as it inevitably will. It's all part of the process. Think about it this way. You're already 70% of the way to the 200's! You'll hit that before you know it!

I've had 2 stalls already, and my weight loss has slowed considerably. I've had to train myself that if I see ANY loss when I do my official weigh ins each Tuesday, it's a win and to Celebrate it. Keeping it off is also a HUGE win. I'm so excited to get under 300. I can't wait!!!

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1 hour ago, NovaLuna said:

Great job! I cried when I got under 300 pounds since I'd been over 300 pounds for about 15 years. I was so happy that I shared it with my entire family and all my friends lol. It's a great feeling and you'll know what I'm talking about soon!

Oh I already know I'll be blubbering like a baby LOL It's been 17 years since I was under 300, so when it happens, I know I'm going to have a HUGE celebration lol With lots of tears. I can't wait!!

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Congratulations! I’m so excited for you and can’t wait to help Celebrate as you reach those milestones. I know exactly what you mean about being under 300…. It’s been a long time for me as well. I can’t wait to get there either! Mini goals are awesome motivators.

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As of today, I am exactly 3 1/2 months post sleeve surgery and have lost 61 pounds!!!! I can't believe it!!! I still feel like I'm fighting for every pound, but I also knew PCOS would do that to me. Still, I'm so so happy that I hit that weight. I know it's going to get tougher the more time that goes by, but the fact that I'm losing and not putting the weight back on is huge!!!! I'm so excited. My next goal is to hit 320 (that will officially put me at a lower weight than I was with Keto - even though I lost 100 pounds then, and it'll only be 67 pounds now, because I went into the surgery a lower weight than I was at when I started keto). After that, my next goal is to hit 299 and be under 300 for the first time since 2005.

Congrats!!! You've done am amazing job. Keep us posted on your success! I love reading success stories.

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6 hours ago, IrishKatieKat said:

You are doing fantastic. What's your date? Mine is April 15th.

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May 3rd

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Great job! Just keep on going and you'll get there!

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I checked my blood sugar this morning before Breakfast and it's 113!!!! And my blood pressure is 128/60!!! I haven't been on blood pressure or diabetes meds in 4 months!!!! So, so extremely happy I could literally cry.

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