Hard to believe. 7 years on Feb. 7. And had a revision due to ruptured ulcers in 2018, so glad I'm still here. I'd regained at 6 years post-RNY I was up 50#. But, well, to be honest the tool still works if I do what I'm supposed to do. I got all the ex
I check in occasionally but wow my life is full these days so I am not online much. Iâ€™m 63 now and after a very heavy day of physical labor on the homestead yesterday, I worked out 2 1/2 hours this morning and then went home and mowed the huge back y
I posted most of this on the RNY forum but wanted to add a note here as well, since I ended up getting a revision. Last week I woke in the most horrid pain in my stomach but I am 'tough' and I am NOT going to go the ER in the middle of the night. Right
Iâ€™m 5 years out from my RNY. Due to several issues I neve got to goal and even gained back some weight.
Was DX with Barrettâ€™s Esophegus during pre surgery workup, then following up some ulcers were found. They treated them and as far as I
Just a quick check-in as I've been away for a while and just realized that five years ago today I was in recovery from my RNY...one of the absolute best things I've ever done for myself. I'm still so happy about having the weight off, the increase of
Many of you have no doubt gone this road already...but for newer folks I wanted to let you know what I've been doing lately. I'm already very diligent about my vitamins. I always make sure I pack what I need to take during the day, since I space out s
As has been mentioned here many times, aspirin and NSAIDs are a firm no for RNY folks. This post is mainly for new RNYers to be aware we really have to advocate for ourselves.
Two weeks ago as I was enjoying an intense workout, everything came