It's a tough road for sure, but 10 days in you got this! Try adding some extra broth or sf jello if you can have it. Good luck!
HW: 285 SW: 260 CW: 209 Dr. Grantcharov, St. Michael's
Referral: May 2017 Orientation: June 5/17 Nurse: Aug. 17/17 Doctor/Dietician/SW finished by Dec. 11/17 Surgical Ed. Class: Dec. 18/17 Surgeon: Jan. 9/18 Surgery: February 26, 2018!!
I know it's hard but you can do this try adding more water or other things you can have it's probably mostly head hunger at this point but that doesn't make it any less real
57 - 6'0" - HW:288 SW:260 CW:208
TWH: Referral Aug. '16, Orientation - Nov. 30 '16, Surgeon Oct. 6 '17, Start Optifast Feb. 5'18 - Surgery Feb. 26'18
Opti -25; M1 -23; M2 -17; M3 -7; M4 - ?
I'm right behind you on day 8. I was so consumed about food that I snapped at my husband for talking about what he had for dinner. I was so upset with myself for doing it afterwards. Last night I dreamed of a buffet. So I got up and drank some water. Worst hunger craving so far!
Orientation- May 2017, Pre nutrition class- Aug 2017, Blood work- Aug 2017. RPN meeting- Sept 2017. Dietician and Psychiatrist Dec 2017. Internist- Dec 2017. Meet the Surgeon Feb 20th 2018. Surgery march 17 with Dr. Gmora
It's hard but you're doing great; you've got this. When the cravings got too much for me, I tried to distract myself with movies, reading, crafts, video games, walks...anything. I found binge watching videos on YouTube from the weight loss surgery community really helped to keep me motivated. Don't start looking at recipes though; I did and it drove me crazy, lol.
Pre-Op Visit: Jan. 10, 2017, weight 304, surgeon: Dr. David Lindsay, St. Joe's, Toronto
1st Day of (3 weeks worth of) Optifast: Jan. 11, 2017
Surgery Date: Feb. 1st, 2017