Gurnee, IL, USA
Surgery Date: 09/19/2005
Surgery Type: Laparoscopic RNY
Jon doesn't have an angel yet!
|10/14 04:57 PM|
Hi Jon! Just saw that you've recently had your surgery. Glad to see that you came thru it all fine and are now on the "Losing Side". I'm still pre-op, so I can't offer any advice on what you're going thru now, but everyone is always in my thoughts and prayers for the best of everything. God bless you and your family. Keep up the good work and please keep us posted on what's going on with you.~~~Lisa — Bama S.
|10/14 03:18 PM|
Well the first week I lost 28 pds.. I am feeling so weak all the time now it is not even funny. But I am trying to force myself to eat more oftent then a couple times a day.. it is not easy as I always feel not so hungry so to speak. I find that kind of funny... to think that I could not eat enough in pe-op.. now I have to FORCE myself to eat now! I get weighed in on the 27th of october so I am being cautiously optomistic about it. I feel thinner though.. as I can actually fit in to my car half way decent now and have had to adjust the seat in it fairly well. I find that to be a little wow moment for me :) Now if only i can get the protien shakes or some such without gagging on them :) My wife has been very supportive to me as well! She has been able to work from home and it has been blissful in that regard.. she is always trying to make sure I am comfortable and such. I love her so much! :) Thanks everyone for your comments too.. they made my day!!!!!!! — Jon L.
|10/14 12:22 PM|
I wish you all the best! One day at a time and you will soon be there! We are here to help support you! ~hugs~ Kim — Kim B.
|10/14 11:25 AM|
Congratulations on your surgery. Sending you best wishes and happy thoughts that everything is going great. — Akc C.
|10/14 07:04 AM|
Well, it’s official! You’re on the losing side. The trumpets are blaring, the cymbals are crashing and the drums are drumming – all for YOU! I hope that all went well for you! Your journey will have moments to “pause” - Feel free to look at my profile and see my ups and downs and know I’d not change a thing with anything I’ve experienced. Everything was worth it! – I’d like to impart some words of wisdom for when it does occur - remember these wise words whispered by Confucius – “It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.” Be patient. You didn’t put it on over night, it won’t come off over night (DARN IT!)…Don’t forget to update your profile at least monthly and take lots of pictures…the transformations will make your jaw drop!!! RNY 10/31/03 257/133 Good luck! — [Anonymous]
|10/14 07:04 AM|
Jon had surgery on 9/19 - and just posted to surgery dates - this page is empty lets show some AMOS support! — [Anonymous]