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The big weight loss after bypass is in the first six months. After that weight loss goes down to about five pounds a month for the next six months. Then there is usually very little weight loss, but your body maintains pretty easily. Try to concentrate on getting in lots of lean protein and lots of water.
Keep your body moving and get on the scale every day. Do not let the scale make you feel bad, get used to how it works. As long as the scale is not going up, don't worry about it. If it does start going up, then look at what you ate the day before and see what was the problem.
Don't do anything like a liquid diet, it will keep your body from working correctly. Have fun, enjoy life and don't worry. The surgery is going to take care of the weight loss. You just have to eat foods that will keep you healthy and slim long term.
Long-term post-ops with regain struggles, click here to see some steps for getting back on track (without the 5-day pouch fad or liquid diet): http://www.obesityhelp.com/member/bananafish711/blog/2013/04/05/don-t-panic--believe-and-you-will-succeed-/
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