Just checking to see who on the form has had Bariatric Surgery and how you are doing after surgery. I had an open RNY (Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass) in March 2004 I have lost over 150 pounds, went from size 56 to size 38 pants and size XXXL shirt to large size. The only compilcation that I have had is a ulcer which is in check with medication.
I can now walk for miles not blocks, I have more energy then I can remerber every having and generally feel great. While I will be the first to say that the surgery is not for everyone it has helped me be healther in my life. It does require a life style change after surgery you can't eat like you did before surgery. You also have to think of the surgery as a tool to help you get and stay healthly.
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10-17-2005, 10:05 AM #1
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Has anyone had Bariatric Surgery?
01-02-2008, 12:52 PM #2
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weight loss surgery info
That is a very catchy question. Good thing I got a copy of Julianne Kennedy's report on weight loss surgery. You can have your own by clicking
<a href="http://www.weight-loss-surgery-secrets.com/controversial/free_wls_report.htm">here.</a> Don't worry, her site does not require you to click on ads or do something else irrelevant. What is in the report you ask? Well, It's for morbidly obese people considering bariatric surgery but
its really IN-YOUR-FACE to non-obese people.
She kind of attacks them or society at large for persecuting the
obese. I'm 'big' so I really enjoyed it - LOL - she says all the
things I want to say but don't have the nerve to.
01-04-2008, 04:08 PM #3
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