- HEALTH TRACKER
Open RNY May 7
Every day is not a "weight loss day" in the post op process. 64 oz of water is ok, but if you can drink a little more, it will help remove toxins from your body. 3 days no wt loss is not a stall by any means. DAVE
Dave Chambers, 6'3" tall, 365 before RNY, 185 low, 200 currently. My profile page: product reviews, tips for your journey, hi protein snacks, hi potency delicious green tea, and personal web site.
As everyone has said...you're right on track! Don't think numbers when it comes to weight loss. Everyone is unique in their own weight loss journey. Concentrate on the small goals-like fitting into a pair of slacks that you couldn't get on before, etc. That's a fine way of 'seeing' your progress. Leave the numbers to your followup doctor visits or maybe once a month!
As for the 64 oz of fluids...that's very tough in the beginning. Again...like everyone said-your body has had major surgery and you are healing. My doctor gave me little one ounce medicine cups in the hospital. I made sure I drank one of those every 1/2 hour or so. It made it easier and kept me from getting dehydrated. Dehydration is THE BIG THING-so, try that and see if it works for you!
Best of luck !