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kathy L. 19 years, 5 months agohi robin,i want to say congrats and WOW" for sticking to your gun and waiting it out for the surgeon You knew YOU wanted from the very begining.with determination like that you are bound to be a big loser.my thoughts and prayers are with you for a safe surgery and a speedy recovery.may god and his angels be with you on your special day and let you down gently as you are delivered to the losing side.god bless
Naes Wls J. 20 years, 1 month agoHi there, CONGRATULATIONS, you are on your way now. Best wishes to you on your wls. may you have a speedy recovery and NO complications what so ever. Hang in there and remember everyday is a blessing. ~~Huggybear hugs~~
MommaAngel 20 years, 1 month agoHI ROBIN I just want you to know that I am praying that everything will go smooth as you journey to the losing side. LORD BLESS
KRobertson64 20 years, 1 month agoFiber, particularly insoluble fiber, is linked with prevention of chronic constipation. Insoluble fiber from food acts like a sponge. Adding water to the “sponge” makes it soft and easy to push through the gastrointestinal tract. Insoluble fiber comes mostly from vegetables, beans, brown rice, whole wheat, rye, and other whole grains. Switching from refined grains to whole grains (e.g., from white rice to brown rice) often helps relieve constipation. It is important to drink lots of fluid along with the fiber—at least 16 ounces (480 ml) of water per serving of fiber. Otherwise, a “dry sponge” is now in the system, which can worsen the constipation.
anitanbug 20 years, 3 months agoMy thoughts and prayers are with you for an uneventful surgery and a speedy recovery! I also live in Michigan and will be having surgery preformed by Dr. Krause on 3/20! We will have to keep in touch and be "losers" together! See you on the other side!
Walled Lake, MI
Mar 22, 2002