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    Re: Back in the day!

    Well I wear bifocals --- and y'all may need them, too!

    Great part about them though, I no longer notice the dust!
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    Re: OMG So Embarrassed

    So glad you are going ahead, and that you're still with us! We are always in your corner.
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    Re: Hi!!! Guess Who痴 Back!!

    Kristi, boo on your phone! You did push me to do a backup of computI'er and phone~

    I have a couple of concert photos with your dad, and your Miss SD PP photo's -- I'd be glad to send them to you....
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    Re: 8 days and counting

    Just post your questions and concerns, and someone will be helpful and support you through it. It's a wonderful tool, and a great group.
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    Re: Soooooo tired! What can I do?

    Regardless of what I did, do follow your doctor's advice, since he/she must know you better than I do :)

    I was tired, but I'm also "old" as dirt. Then I had lots of energy after I found vitamins...
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    Re: 9.6 pounds until I知 back at goal

    Sometimes if its absent sugar, the carb count is still crazy, like "creamers". I use Stevia, and it works in coffee....but my oncologist discourages all the others, except sachharine -- and except...
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    Back in the day!

    I so enjoyed Dutchie's thread about the clothes she can once again wear! I found a picture of "back in the day" before I gained, and thought to myself, yeah, but I was 48. And then I realized...
  8. Thread: Good grief!!!

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    Re: Good grief!!!

    I am off the icky med (faster than I should have but have a high tolerance for "discomfort"). And down 3 lbs. And the urge to graze has disappeared, and the "underwater" feeling.

    Now if I could...
  9. Thread: Protein

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    Re: Protein

    I love the Premier chocolate, and I use it with my decaf coffee...but the other ones didn't taste right to me.

    Bone broth has a bit of protein, and I found all of them good, except the one with...
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    Re: I did it! Was sleeves Wed June 12th.

    Napping is a great thing that first week or so. And yes, "homemade eggs" are good. Our neighbor shares with us, since our HOA won't let us have them, but across the road is not HOA.

    Keep on! ...
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    Re: No restriction 2 weeks out?

    Hmm. Chicken is sometimes a friend, and sometimes not. Today I had a hard boiled egg in my salad, and its the first one that didn't try to kill me on first bite in over 18 months. However, I always...
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    Re: 9.6 pounds until I知 back at goal

    Thank you thank kyou thank you! I am working my way back down (-3) towards back to where I was.

    I know I allowed "just a little" sugar which not only made me feel yukky, I broke out and sorry,...
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    Re: OMG So Embarrassed

    Oh my. All of us feel the same -- I was HUGE and I look at pictures and ask myself how did I hit 240? I mean, the photos with my new grandchildren are lovely of them, but I am enormous! And I...
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    Re: Bye bye gallbladder

    II had mine out about 2 months before surgery. It was no longer my friend!
  15. Re: Ways to deal with regain before it gets out of hand

    Without this forum, I think I would probably feel like a failure if I was less than perfect (life time struggle)!

    You guys keep me honest, and encouraged, and back on track!
  16. Ways to deal with regain before it gets out of hand

    The following questions to be quite helpful when sorting out the issue of weight regain:
    1. How many times a day do you eat?
    2. How many times a day do you get hungry?
    3. Do you ever feel full and...
  17. Thread: Good grief!!!

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    Good grief!!!

    How unpleasant to get on the scales and see 140 lbs! (Well, when I weighed 240 it would have been a wonderful thing to see 140 lbs, but not post sleeve, and over goals 2 years out.)

    I've reviewed...
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    Re: New From Las Vegas

    Welcome to a wonderful place for good information and support! Its a great decision to have a tool to makke your life better.
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    Re: Once upon a time...

    Oh how lovely! I also had those clothes, and my middle daughter "inherited" them, but wore them to absolute tatters! And then pinned them together with safety pins and wore them some more.

    One...
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    Re: Pre-op diet starts sunday

    It is a wonderful tool to have a healthier life. And as to your anniversary dinner, you will still be able to participate in life after your sleeve. You will be eating less than before, but you'll...
  21. Thread: About me

    by AnnieG
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    Re: About me

    First, I'm sorry for your troubles; life sometimes gets very difficult. But how wonderful you have a family member/buddy. Having support makes so much difference.

    I've found this forum to be...
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    Re: Anyone else with abnormal PTH test?

    Thank you all for the kind thoughts! I am STILL waiting for a referral, and didn't have much grace in waiting to start with, lol. I love my primary care (been with her 20 years), but she has a new...
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    Re: First Surgiversary

    So very very happy for both of you! And just keep on!
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    Re: Bummed

    61 lbs is 244 sticks of butter. That's a lot of 'butter" in 60 days!
    You've gotten good advice.
    I would also add, go in and talk to the nutritionist, or to a counselor about your fears. Fears are...
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    Re: Don't lick the beaters...

    Prayers, and strengthening thoughts - I deal with multiple chronic issues, and any one in your situation would have to reacclimate to changes. It's hard.
    For things where you are on your feet,...
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