7 year surgiversery

Laurie P.
on 3/13/15 1:31 pm - Oregon House, CA
VSG on 03/13/08 with

 

Well.....it's been a really long time since I have posted on here.  I realized this morning that today is my 7 year surgiversery.  There have been ups and downs and high and low pointsI dropped 90 lbs and was thrilled with that.....still wanted to lose about 50 more.  Then I hit a stall and started slipping on the program.  Over the course of 2 years I gained back about 15 lbs. ...ws finding it really easy to snack a lot and eat around the sleeve.  I just didn't feel that restriction unless I really ate a big meal. Christmas I decided that things had to change and I had to get back on track.  I'm happy to say I am back on track!!! I've been on a high protein/low carb diet and I'm down 25 lbs since Christmas.  I am feeling the restriction of the sleeve again and feeling pretty good about that.  Right now I'm at a bit of plateau but I'm committed to getting the rest of the weight off. 



                    pre-op 265  lbs.    day of surgery 252  lbs.     curent 187 lbs.

    
cappy11448
on 3/13/15 8:27 pm

Thanks for sharing your story. It is good to hear that your sleeve is still giving you the restriction 7 years down the road. 

I'm glad you are back on track.

Carol

    

Surgery May 1, 2013. Starting Weight 385,  Surgery Weight 333,  Current Weight 160.  At GOAL!

Weight loss Pre-op 1-20 2-17 3-15 Post-op 1-20 2-18 3-15 4-14 5-16 6-11 7-12  8-8

                  9-11 10-7 11-7 12-7 13-8 14-6 15-3 16-7 17-3  18-3

     

happyteacher
on 3/14/15 12:15 am

I agree with Cappy- it is reassuring to see someone much further out still able to have adequate restriction, even after a stint of off plan escapades. I am glad to see you have found your mojo again and pulled off 25. Congrats on that for sure!

Surgeon: Chengelis  Surgery on 12/19/2011  A little less carb eating compared to my weight loss phase loose sleever here!

1Mo: -21  2Mo: -16  3Mo: -12  4MO - 13  5MO: -11 6MO: -10 7MO: -10.3 8MO: -6  Goal in 8 months 4 days!!   6' 2''  EWL 103%  Starting size 28 or 4x (tight) now size 12 or large, shoe size 12 w to 10.5   150+ pounds lost  

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greensleeved
on 3/13/15 11:13 pm
VSG on 07/10/14 with

Good for you! It really is a lifelong battle.

     

"Free your ass, and your mind will follow."  HW - 287, Start W - 273, Surgery W - 257, Onederland - 4 months 1 week post op,  100 lbs lost - 8 months 1 week, CW - 162

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