Lately there hasn't been much to report; that's the way of this surgery. You have all of the build up leading to the surgery, you have your weight loss milestones, and then... You wait for your 6-month and 1 year follow-ups before disappear into obscurity. That's what "they'll" tell you; DON'T BELIEVE IT. Make your own milestones to keep yourself on track. I have learned to measure my success in the little things that often draw a tear from my eye. Things like: my ability to
A lot of information is out there to inform you about your body and the science behind Bariatric surgery, but what about all of the things you'll never know until you know? Well, here's my list: 1. People have THE MOST to say.
I've said this before, and often, but people will have SO much to say. You must thicken your skin, because even people that are well-meaning can say some pretty jacked up stuff to you, and they don't mean to rub you the wrong way, but it can be irritati