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    Re: Would you do it again????

    I would do it again. I had reservations because I was older, didn't really think it mattered at this age, but it will make my remaining years (however many I have left) more comfortable.
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    Re: Need info on the gastric sleeve

    not to be snarky, but most women have some degree of thyroid issues. and if they don't know, they will in the future, it just hasn't been officially diagnosed yet.
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    headache after overeating

    What's up with these headaches after overeating? Why does it happen?
  4. Re: How do you maintain your discipline over the years?

    Great question.....
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    Re: When will my energy return?

    It took about 3-4 months for me
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    Re: Long term results?

    I'll be 2 yrs out the end of May and I've noticed an increase in barfing up that thick, white foamy stuff, and slimey mucous bubbles.
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    Re: Long term results?

    I was wondering the same thing....bypass seems like a pretty drastic method of controlling heartburn
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    Re: Scale Obsession - discouraged

    ha! at least cold turkey is protein! :)
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    Re: Scale Obsession - discouraged

    it's like cookies, chips, chocolate, soda....just gotta go cold turkey!
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    Re: Scale Obsession - discouraged

    I've gone to weighing once a week on Fridays, and documenting once a month on my month-i-versary.
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    Re: When did you have your first alcoholic drink?

    I'm afraid to start drinking....I might not be able to stop! lol

    Plus, who needs the empty calories? i get enough of those kinds calories through cookies... :(
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    Re: Coping with the fear of failure

    I'm a little more than 1 1/2 yrs out and I still have the fear of failing. Studies show that people start gaining weight after about 2 yrs post surgery and that's coming up the end of May for me. ...
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    Re: how many pounds of skin?

    lol! Exactly!!
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    Re: So I got my approval letter....

    can you use a different surgeon?
  15. Thread: Worried About...

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    Re: Worried About...

    I think studies have shown that people that lose weight to 'be healthy' tend to keep it off better than people that lose weight to 'look good'
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    Re: Question about caffeine consumption

    If you do find yourself in a Starbucks: get a blended Americano with cream/half&half/whatever, and some sugar free cinnamon dulce syrup....(some Starbucks even have fat free whipped cream), if...
  17. Thread: Crazy arms!

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    Re: Crazy arms!

    woah! what job do you have? I don't think moving the cordless mouse around my desk can even begin to compare! LOL
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    Re: Long term results?

    the only reason I know I have GERD is from the pre-op EGD. I have no symptoms.
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    Re: 2 Month Out Blood Tests

    I'm curious what labs they did for nutrition?
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    Re: Christmas Party fun

    Ha! you think you were "dressed country" but here in Texas, you were just "dressed"! LOL
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    Re: Question about caffeine consumption

    I'm about 1 1/2 yrs post op. I drink anywhere from 3-6 10-oz coffees/day. (I didn't drink that much right after surgery, though....)

    Definitely detox from all caffeine BEFORE surgery, or you'll...
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    Re: Long term results?

    From a physiologic standpoint, I don't understand how the bypass would help with ulcers/gastritis/GERD....maybe by allowing food to pass out of the stomach quickly, without going through the pyloris...
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    Re: Long term results?

    my 2 month old grandbaby has reflux! LOL (But yes, she is aging, too!) :)
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    Re: NSVs :-) and bloods

    "This cholesterol result is dramatic. It is like being on statins or something!!! Such a great result as i was worried it was just genetic but Nahhhhhhhhh! Hurrah!"


    so much of our society's...
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    Re: Long term results?

    I'm confused. Bypass is a treatment for GERD? I didn't know that.
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