- HEALTH TRACKER
I'm not surprised to read that most of the problems that NHS treat come from patients who came from self pay private facilities and/or patients who are poorly educated about the band.
HAHAHA you make me laugh!! Why does everyone on this forum fret about who or why someone has them blocked??
It should make you feel warm and fuzzy that I haven't blocked you....yet (teeheehee)
Seriously, I'm beach bound for the next week so who knows what drama I'll miss, but I'll betcha she'll have you unblocked by then.
I got that software. I'll get it installed tonight. I may need help, though, so my IT buddy will be on call to help me out. Your suspicions will be confirmed (one way or the other)
What are your stats? How much weight do you hope to lose?
The soft foods/mushies was one of the hardest phases for me!! Hang in there!
I feel your pain One of the hardest parts of the journey thus far, for me, was the 3 weeks post-op.
No food. Only liquids. The first week was easy. My stomach was swollen so I didn't have an appetite. The 2nd week I started getting hungry, but could satisfy it with the protein shakes. The 3rd week, I was DREAMING about food!
Its not natural to not eat. It just isn't!
Just keep your eye on the prize! You can do it!