How much weight can I expect to lose after surgery?
Everyone is different dependent on many factors such as how much weight you need to lose, did you lose substantial weight before surgery, amount of activity, following your plan, you will lose the most in first year to year and half I started at 394 in Jan this year was 342 day of surgery last week but after surgery weighed more so full of fluids from hospital this morning 6 days later weight is starting to fall off but I'm on clear fluids for first week basically "0" calories I expect to lose 20 pounds a month for first 3 months but maybe I won't hit that but if it's 15 I won't be disappointed as long as I'm progressing.
Orientation 12/15/2016 nurse/diet 1/27/2017
SW 1/30/2017, all 3 3/6/2017 Guelph
Internist 3/22/2017 Surgeon 5/11/2017
Post op eating 5/15/2017 Nurse 5/26/2107
Anest-6/1/2017 Surgery 6/13 Dr.Foute-Nelong
This will give you a rough idea. Typical guesstimate is 60 - 65%. I had surgery 10 months ago and I have lost 140 pounds. I am on track to be in the upper 90's for percentage wise. Everybody is different though.
As much as you work to lose. The surgery isn't magic - so you'll lose weight as long as you stick to your plan, maintain good habits, and maintain a caloric deficit.
Age 40 Height 5'4" HW 319 (1/3/2014) SW 293 (3/13/2014) CW 160 (5/19/2017)
Next Goal 159.5 - half the person I used to be | Total Weight Lost 159