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Wearing compression clothing will do nothing for saggy skin. Depending on your age, how your particular body works, and what your skin is like will determine how much saggy skin you will have.
I was amazed that I have as little as I do. I mostly have a panni (the apron of excess skin that hangs down in front of what was once my massive belly. I have a little on my thighs and upper arms, but not all that bad. Considering that I was 65 when I had my surgery, and that I have lost over half of myself, that really isn't bad.
I have almost no pictures of me fat (I avoided them like the plague. I do however have one on my page, and a couple along the way to goal. I haven't posted a new one, because I haven't had one made.
Sufice to say I wore a size 66 waist pre-op, and I wear a size 36 (loosely) now. I could probably wear a 34, but it would be tight.
BUT, do NOT compare yourself to anyone else. You are unique, and you will lose at YOUR rate, your skin will sag or not sag as YOUR body determines, and you will have whatever result YOU choose to have.
Your surgery is kind of like having the worlds best table saw. You can turn out fine furniture with one, or you can turn out junk. It all depends on how you use it, and how much skill you develop along the way. Losing weight is very similar, you do develop skills that will work for you, and everyone ends up with their own unique results at the end.
A former Army Medic (1959-1969), Registered Nurse (1969-2000), College Instructor (1984-1989) and a retired Rehabilitation Counselor. I am also a dual citizen of the USA and Canada.
High Weight 412 lbs. Date of Surgery 360.5 Present 170 lbs