I'm sure everyone's Pl Surg has said to use sunscreen to prevent discoloration (darkening) of your scars.
What is your favorite? My PS recommended to use 100SPF, but said there was virtually no difference between 70 SPF and 100SPF. That leav
I've had a new body for 18 months now - but it still was wonderful to take a bus into NYC and to NOT TOUCH the person in the next seat. In fact, there were several inches between us. It was too cool to look down and see all that empty seat between me
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I indulged in half a bag of small kitkats over the past two weeks. Like, WTF - since when did Halloween do on for two weeks - no damage but I am back on the wagon.
I was clearing out old email and found this clip of Al Roker - a WLS hero of mi
Hi to all,
I'm seeing many people posting that they just had surgery, so here is a little slogan I made up to help me juggle all the new ways I had to learn to eat after WLS. No filling up on lower calorie foods to feel full, no having soup be
I don't post on this board often, but I came across a long-term WLS doctor's website that talks about the outcomes of WLS and the possibilities for revisions. I don't know this doctor, so I'm not endorsing him as a surgeon, but his strategy is consiste
I'm now at a month in compression garments and may have awhile yet, so I have altered my vest with sleeves and sleeves to fit better. I found hook and eye tape - 8.00 per yard, in white or black. I need small arms (for arm lift) but a medium chest (I
I had my WLS in December and wore several layers of clothing, including a parka home. I did not understand why people recommended taking a pillow for the ride home, i didn't say anything because I figured it helped some people.
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