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On 1/24/2024 at 3:36 PM, Amerime said:

6 months - 161 lbs, 3 months was 189 not 289 

Noted! corrected your 3 month weight to 189 :)

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39 down, 11 more to go...

submit your stats if you haven't already and I will reward y'all with a nice little report, LOL!

keep 'em coming people...!!

1. Basics: GENDER, AGE, HEIGHT

2. Total Weight lost in the 6 months BEFORE surgery (if any)

3. Weight on DAY OF SURGERY.

4. Weight at 1 MONTH POST surgery

5. Weight at 3 MONTHs POST surgery

6. Weight at 6 MONTHs POST surgery

7. Weight at 12 MONTHs POST surgery

8. Type of Surgery (Sleeve, ByPass, etc...)

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1- F/51/5’1
2- 12 lb
3- 230
4- 1 month post 212
5- 3 month post 180

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Posted (edited)

40 down, 10 more to go...

took about 9 months to get this far, so am projecting i should have the min amount im looking for in about 2.5 more months...

but the more the better :) 🤞🏼

1. Basics: GENDER, AGE, HEIGHT

2. Total Weight lost in the 6 months BEFORE surgery (if any)

3. Weight on DAY OF SURGERY.

4. Weight at 1 MONTH POST surgery

5. Weight at 3 MONTHs POST surgery

6. Weight at 6 MONTHs POST surgery

7. Weight at 12 MONTHs POST surgery

8. Type of Surgery (Sleeve, ByPass, etc...)

Edited by ms.sss

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1. F (with an asterisk, NB on low dose testosterone), 35 now, 34 on surgery date, 5'7"

2 . 27.2 lbs (I had lost 54 lbs in the 6 months prior to that, but stalled due to last supper eating, losing 20 pounds in my 2 week pre-op)

3. 276.0

4. 256.6

5. 228.0

6. 188.0

7. 147.0

8. Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass

I'm a few days short of a year out, but I don't want to forget to post.

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HI, I would like to update my 1 yr weight to 144.9. Thank you!!!

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1. Basics: GENDER, AGE, HEIGHT

Female, 50, 5 feet 0 inches

2. Total Weight lost in the 6 months BEFORE surgery (if any)

6.4 kilos or 14 pounds

3. Weight on DAY OF SURGERY.

148.6 kilos or 327 pounds

4. Weight at 1 MONTH POST surgery

137.6 kilos or 302 pounds

5. Weight at 3 MONTHs POST surgery

127.8 kilograms or 281 pounds

6. Weight at 6 MONTHs POST surgery

117 kilograms or 257.4 pounds

7. Weight at 12 MONTHs POST surgery

105.7 kilograms or 232.5 pounds

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Do people think they've lost more weight than they hoped to, or are you happy with end weight? Any others who feel they didn't lose enough and what did you do, revision etc for example.

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Here you go!

F, 61, 5'6'
11 lbs lost pre-surg
SW: 244
1mo: 226
3mo: 205
6mo: 181
9mo: 170
ByPass

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1. Basics: GENDER, AGE, HEIGHT

F, 33, 168 CM 5'5/5'6?

2. Total Weight lost in the 6 months BEFORE surgery (if any)

0

3. Weight on DAY OF SURGERY.

198/90 KG

4. Weight at 1 MONTH POST surgery

172/78.2 KG

5. Weight at 3 MONTHs POST surgery

148/67.4 KG

I am at 5 months post op 131.78/59.9 KG

8. Type of Surgery (Sleeve, ByPass, etc...)

Gastric sleeve

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On 5/21/2024 at 5:50 PM, Jalapeño said:

Do people think they've lost more weight than they hoped to, or are you happy with end weight? Any others who feel they didn't lose enough and what did you do, revision etc for example.

I feel I am losing way too much weight very fast. I am quite worried now.

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On 5/21/2024 at 9:50 AM, Jalapeño said:

Do people think they've lost more weight than they hoped to, or are you happy with end weight? Any others who feel they didn't lose enough and what did you do, revision etc for example.

so heres the funny thing:

my original goal was 120 lbs, but i actually called goal when i got to 127 lbs cuz i felt like i was looking too skinny/sickly. this was as 7 months post op.

as time went by, the lost a bit more weight, the gained a bit of that back.

im 5.5 years post op today and weighed 119.5 lbs this morning....which is roughly 7 lbs LESS than when i thought i looked like dead man walking all those years ago....BUT....honestly, i feel like i look waaaaayyyy better and healthier and fitter now, at a lighter weight! further, there are some days when i legitimately think i could lose 5lbs for effs sakes.

things tend to shift around and settle and regular exercise does WONDERS for one's physique.

long story short: a particular weight can look totally different on you at any particular time in ur life. dont worry so much about the number on the scale and trust what you see in the mirror or how your clothes fit and how you FEEL.

Good luck! ❤️

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