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I have been doing the same thing just stalled. I had my surgery September 20th. I've been doing all the right things. Starting to feel depressed.
Thank you for sharing. I was getting a little frustrated!
From what I've observed online, it tends to be the heavier you are, the faster you lose, and it seems like men lose a little faster than women, although not always. Remember its not a race. Think if you lose only 2lbs per week - thats 104lbs in a year. So at that rate you're doing pretty decent. Keep your chin up - there will be stalls and small ups and downs. Don't live by the scale, you'll drive yourself crazy!
I had surgery almost two years ago. I seemed to average a loss of 10 lbs a month. Yes, some weeks I could lose a lb a day. Then other weeks I wouldn't lose a thing. I would say stay away from the scale...If you are doing what you are suppose to you will lose he weight. It just takes your body time to adjust to everything!
Good Luck! Keep up the good work!
You have done great. Your starting weight is about the same as mine and I had my surgery on Jan 29th, 2015 I have lost 30 so far but seem to be at a standstill. I hope I hit my goal as quickly as you did!