I love having sleeve, loved it from about day 5. The first three days were hell, I couldn't believe what I had done to myself. After that, once I really got the hang of sipping, sipping, and more sipping, It was better. Don't get me wrong, it wasn't all sunshine and roses. I had to completely re-learn how to eat, and how to listen to my body to know when to stop eating. I still have all my notes from my nutritionist, and after this baby comes, I'm completely going back to basics to lose the baby weight.
My husband and I are going through the Bradley Method of Childbirth classes, and a lot of the dietary suggestions are very close to what I learned from my nutritionist.
I am thankful every day that my husband and I had the means to make this surgery happen (our insurance doesn't cover it at all, we had to pay cash). My blood pressure is consistently 104/60, I passed my glucose challenge test (the test for gestational diabetes) with flying colors, and generally a much healthier person. 29 weeks into pregnancy, and I'm still taking and teaching taekwondo classes, and I'm also still taking (and learning to teach) belly dance classes. There's no way I could have done that 80 pounds heavier AND pregnant.
Go for the VSG. You'll love it.
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