After a very stressful 2018 (and the accompanying "stress eating"), have gotten things together and back on track. Currently 177 pounds - well below my original target of 200 but hey, I can live with that! With my wife's help, have ceased the stress ea
Six years and a month out of the scalpel. Current weight of 180, and happy with it. Wife originally thought it amusing that I am STILL "planning" my meals, but it's about CONTROL of my life. The past year and some months have been very hard - multiple
5-1/2 years post op. Had been easily maintaining between 172-178 for several years. Then, I suppose "life intervened."
After caring for my mother (Alzheimer's patient" for seven months until her death, I supposed I took my grief the wrong direc
I am currently 4-1/2 years post-op. Lost all the excess weight I had desired, and then some (down to 173, and maintaining nicely). Question I have is - has anyone ever heard of having problems with the bypassed portion of the stomach? Reason I am askin
Coming up on my three-year "surgiversary". Have been maintaining weight at 166 - 170 from July, 2014, 30 pounds(ish) below goal weight, but, as my GP doc said, my body knows what it is doing. Other than my gall bladder "going south" last year and a kne