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A MyObesityTeam Member said:

Yes if the dr. trust you. Most insurances won't pay for it though. It is short term. It will help you get started but you cant take if for a long time
You still have to work to keep the weight off. At 61 I have been and done everything, the main thing is
making a lifetime change of your eating habits. I have been
trying to convince myself of this for years now. I have finally come to realize that there's not enough time left to put off if I want to live to see my gran kids grown up. I can't function like I used to and this really bothers me. I'm so used to doing everything myself. I get worn out just by sweeping the floor and have to sit and rest.

posted over 3 years ago
A MyObesityTeam Member said:

Same with me I agree with you. I am 63. My cholesterol is great and my heart is sound but my energy is l o w I am making life changes, it is the only way.

posted over 3 years ago
A MyObesityTeam Member said:

Me too I get tired just going up and the stairs and I I'm 51 years old

posted about 3 years ago
A MyObesityTeam Member said:

I use the stairs instead of the elevator, for exersise, but my legs are wore out by the time i get there.

posted almost 3 years ago
A MyObesityTeam Member said:

I have to do something, My A1C is up 3 points, My dr told me i am on the verge of being a diabetic. No more soda. I have to get the weight off he basically told me. It is not that i am depressed, it is called stress.

posted almost 3 years ago
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