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I don't think there's a set time that you'll stop losing. The majority of the weight loss will be in the first 12 months, but I've heard you can continue to see drastic weight loss up to 18 months. I do beleive our bodies know when we are at a comfortable weight and will become stalled at that. Its then up to us to either work harder at losing more (if needed) or learn to maintain.
If you can't get to the dr soon, can you at least call and speak with the NUT and make sure your intake is correct? Especially if you are working out and burning calories. You may need to increase your daily intake, to include more meaningful calories.
Also, where does 145 put you in your BMI range? As long as its not below normal, you should be fine. My surgeon wouldn't give a goal weight, he just said between 178-158, which is the normal range for me (I'm almost 6 ft tall), so don't always focus on the weight you've lost to determine if things are going good or bad.